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 Glenrock Office will be closed Tuesday, April 26, 2016. The Department of Transportation has stated that I-25 is 'No Unnecessary Travel'.
You can find more road closures and warnings at Wyoroad.info.
The Property Tax Refund Program for the 2015 Tax Year has been funded by the State. You can pickup the applications at the Converse County Treasurer's Office. Past applicants should receive thier paperwork directly from the Department of Revenue.
You can view information regarding qualifications here.
Brochure Front Page
Brochure Back Page
They Wyoming Department of Revenue also has a copy of the application online.
The due date for the second half of the property taxes will be due May 10, 2016. After May 10th, delinquent letters wil be mailed out to anyone with an unpaid parcel. If payment is not received by July 7th, 2016, it will be advertised in the local newspapers for the yearly Tax Sale in August.
You can pay online by clicking the picture below.
If you have any questions, please contact our office at 307-358-3120.
You can also read more on our website with the Property Tax section.
Effective, September 1, 2015 the Treasurer’s Office will be closed on Wednesdays from 8:00 am to 9:00 am for staff training and development. The office will open at 9:00 am each Wednesday for normal operations.
On September 1, our new office hours will be:
Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri: 8:00 am — 5:00 pm
Wednesday: 9:00 am — 5:00 pm
Starting July 1, 2015, some vehicles may be exempt from the front plate requirement. From the bill that was passed, which you can view here; A motor vehicle which was originally manufactured with out a bracket
This means if you do have a bracket in the front, like as shown below, or a way to secure the plate, you still have to show the front plate.
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.
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.