COVID-19 Resources

With all of the varying information circulating around the ever-changing developments of COVID-19, please use the following health resources for up to date information:
Statewide Public Health Order #1 , Continuation thru April 30, Modification of Order #1 (4/29/20), 4th Continuation (5/13/20)
Statewide Public Health Order #2Continuation thru April 30, Extension of Order #2 (4/29/20)4th Continuation (5/13/20)
Statewide Public Health Order #3Continuation thru April 30, Modification of Order #3 (4/29/20)4th Continuation (5/13/20)
Take-out, Room Service, and Delivery Options
FAQ's for Restaurants & Lodging
Wyoming Business Council - Tips for Small Businesses & Loan Information
Wyoming Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network Information
US Small Business Administration News Release
Additional Resources from Wyoming Economic Development Association
Child Care Centers Serving Essential Personnel
Wyoming Workforce Center
Layoff Aversion Grants
Connect Riverton Website
Wyoming Executive Order 2020-5: Restaurant/Bar & Grill Liquor Service
Fremont County COVID Question & Answer Page
Fremont County Jobs
Governor's Directive for Individuals Arriving in Wyoming from Another State or Country
COVID-19 Federal Rural Resource Guide
What You Need to Know: Coronavirus Stimulus Package of 2020
The 2020 IRS Federal Tax Delay Explained
Wyoming Transition Webinars - Easing Restrictions & Reopening Businesses
Fremont County Recovery Plan 

Here is a video briefing produced at the Emergency Operations Center by Dr. Gee 3/20/2020:

The Riverton City Council will have an emergency meeting on Monday, March 16, 2020, at 6:00 PM in the Riverton Council Chambers to discuss potential measures surrounding COVID-19 and how it affects the City of Riverton.

Update from the March 16, 2020 Emergency Council Meeting:

COVID-19 Response for Operations– City Administrator Tony Tolstedt led the Council in discussion regarding the COVID-19 aka coronavirus that has affected our community. Mr. Tolstedt reported on the closure of City Hall and all City offices to the general public. The following measures affecting City operations were approved by Council:

  1. City offices will be closed to the public for general access until April 6, 2020, or until the situation dictates otherwise.
  2. Business will continue via phone, e-mail, and via other digital means as available. Staff is working to be both flexible and as accommodating as possible.
  3. Certain services will be available on an appointment basis. This will be at the discretion of the departments and will be dependent upon the nature of the appointment.
  4. Riverton Police Department will temporarily cease non-essential services. This includes VIN inspections, dogs at large calls, notary services, and limited reporting of car accidents under $1,000 in damage or on private property. All other calls will be evaluated on a case to case basis.
  5. Non-essential board meetings will be canceled or conducted from distance by phone or video conferencing means.
  6. City Council meetings will remain open and regularly scheduled. The public will be encouraged to view the meetings online in an effort to reduce attendance and therefore potential transmission of the virus. 
Please remember that all City services will still be offered digitally via phone and/or email. 

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