State, City of Cheyenne create Coronavirus webpage for resources

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Due to the evolving nature of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the City of Cheyenne has created a webpage specific to COVID-19 related information.

To view the webpage visit,

“We hope the public utilizes this webpage as a tool for information and how local agencies are adapting to provide continued services to our residents,” said Mayor Marian Orr. “During this time we ask everyone to follow the guidance from our medical officials and continue to self-quarantine. We are in this together and we will get through this together.”

The City of Cheyenne and local health officials are closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This page is available to provide information on the virus, basic precautionary health measures, local resources, and updates as they become available.

If you are a local agency providing services to the public, and list updated information on your website due to COVID-19, please email your website URL to to have your agency listed.


Governor Mark Gordon announced the launch of a state government webpage that will provide resources and information on the COVID-19 outbreak.

The webpage may be viewed at
“We want to offer a single location to share information and resources from multiple state agencies as we respond to this pandemic,” Governor Gordon said.

The page includes links to resources and information from the Wyoming Department of Health, the Wyoming Office of Homeland Security, the Wyoming Department of Education, the University of Wyoming and the state’s community colleges. It also offers information to assist impacted businesses and workers, as well as a link to updates from the CDC
The page will be updated regularly with further resources and new information as it becomes available.