Welcome to the homepage of the Converse County Treasurer's Office.
This site is intended to provide you with information about the functions of the County Treasurer, namely the collection and distribution of property, sales and use taxes.
It is our Mission to provide excellent service through open communication, active responsiveness, integrity, efficiency, and accountability. We also strive to treat employees and customers with respect through effective listening and clear communication. We have a productive and cooperative environment by striving to build relationships that reflect teamwork and friendship.
The Converse County Treasurer's Office has released a report studying the boom and it's effects across the county. People, Traffic, Jobs, Housing, and Businesses. These and more are covered in our study, showing a snapshot of multiple aspects of Converse County during this time of change.
We have both a High Resolution version, at around 30.5 MB and a Lower Resolution version, being under 19 MB.
High Resolution - Boom Report
Lower Resolution - Boom Report
As of January 1, 2015, there will be changes regarding the state fees on all new and current travel trailer plates registered in Wyoming.
Presently, the state fee on all travel trailers is $15.00. At the beginning of the year, the state fee amount will vary depending on the weight of the travel trailer, just like all other types of trailers that are currently registered in Wyoming. Any new or current travel trailers registered or renewed before December 31st, 2014, will still have the $15.00 state fee.
If you currently have a travel trailer licensed, after the 1st of the year the fees may change at the time of renewal, depending on the weight. You can find a guideline here that talkes about the weight classes.
If you feel that your trailer doesn’t fit into the guidelines, please feel free to have your trailer weighed at any local weighing station and present us with the weight slip.
The Converse County Treasurer's Office is proud to lauch a Financial Transparency site, where we encourage citizens to browse the county’s financial data in an interactive, engaging manner. We have partnered with the government transparency experts at OpenGov to bring unprecedented access to review every dollar the county spends and receives.
It can be as basic as finding out what the County's total revenue is, and can be as intricate as finding out what each specific Department spends on office supplies.
Please follow this link to read more about our exciting new site, and to give it a test.
Now that the 2014 tax notices are hitting mailboxes, a common question is: If my mortgage company pays my taxes, what should I do with the tax bill?
We suggest you just keep it for your records. It's not necessary to forward it to your mortgage company, unless they have requested that you do so, as we send records to mortgage companies electronically for tax payments. All property owners will receive tax bills, even if their taxes are escrowed and paid by their mortgage companies.
As we get ready for the 2014 Taxes to be mailed out the first week of September, the Treasurer wanted to talk a little about one of our most common questions asked.
Why did my taxes go up?.
You can check out our write-up on the property tax page.
This January of 2014, the Converse County Treasurer's Office is releasing what we hope to be an annual publication: a Report to the Citizens of Converse County. The report contains statistical and financial data about the county, as well as general information about all of the assets that make the county great.
We hope you find the report useful. If you have feedback, please send it to us so we can improve the report in the future.
If you are interested in a printed copy, let us know, as we will have printed copies available in the court house soon.
There are 2 version here: The first is a lower resolution copy, for quick loading or mobile viewing. The second is a High Definition version with a much crisper look and improved visuals.
Report to the Citizens of Converse County - Standard Edition - 2.5 MB
Report to the Citizens of Converse County - High Definition Edition - 34.3 MB
The State of Wyoming offers many programs to help Veterans. The Converse County Assessor's Office and Treasurer's Office work together to offer reductions on property taxes or plates. There are also Veteran, Disabled Veteran, POW, and Purple Heart plates. More information can be obtained by contacting the Treasurer's Office, or by clicking here. Specialty plates are listed on our License Plates link on the left!
Military.comhas many programs that Veterans can apply for, from our own Tax Exemption program and some of the special plates the State of Wyoming offers, to reduced or free Fishing, Hunting, and Park passes.
A copy of the Veterans Property Tax Exemption Application can be obtained here, or by visiting the Department of Revenue.
The Wyotrails website now offers ORV permits online. The website, www.wyotrails.com, also offers camping and daily park permits.
Click here to order your permits on-line.