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The cost of the Kidz on the Move program is $170 for a ten-day punch card ($17/day) or $25 for a daily drop-in fee. Punch cards can be shared by siblings and used on nonconsecutive days. There is a $25 registration fee to cover t-shirts and other incidentals. Friday at the Movies is $50 for a summer movie pass or $6.50 per movie. Visit the Paul Stock Aquatic and Recreation Center or call (307) 250-8362 for more details.
After School Activities Program (ASAP) fees:
Scholarships through the Cody Recreation Foundation may be available for qualifying families. Contact the Paul Stock Aquatic and Recreation Center at (307) 587-0400 for more information.
The City cannot expend more than what has been appropriated by the Council. The statutory level of control at which expenditures may not legally exceed appropriations is defined by the fund level.
For general or departmental inquiries, use the website's contact form; for individual staff member contact information, please visit the staff directory.
Errors and incorrect information on this website can be reported by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To report an issue to the City of Cody Information Technology Department, open a support ticket.
For information about resetting user login credentials, visit the Reset Password page.
Municipal Court is held every Wednesday at 12:00 PM within the Council Chambers of Cody City Hall located at 1338 Rumsey Avenue.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) maintains a guide for Where and How to Dispose of Unused Medications on their website. The Cody Police Department participates in an annual Prescription Drug Take Back Program, and the date of that event is always announced in advance on the Cody Police Department Facebook page.
Confidential testing for parents who may be concerned about their children is offered by the Park County Supervised Drug Treatment Program.
Details about child restraint requirements can be reviewed in the Wyoming Child Restraint Guide.
The goal for this program is to deter crime, promote public safety, and to foster strong community-police relationships through collaboration between the Cody Police Department and the community they serve.
After completing the eXpand registration form, residents will only be contacted if a crime occurs in their area and the need arises. A Cody Police Officer will contact you by your preferred method of contact (i.e., phone, email, or text) to inquire if you are willing to share any footage your security camera may have recorded.
No. By registering your security cameras with the Cody Police Department eXpand Program, the Police Department will only know of the existence of the camera(s) and how to contact you should the need arise; they do not have the ability to view any camera's footage on-demand or without permission.
Yes. Your information will only be viewed by members of the Cody Police Department if crime occurs in your area and the owner of the camera grants permission.
No. Outside of the initial purchase of a home security camera system, there is no fee associated with registering your cameras.
The eXPAND Program is completely voluntary, and participants can chose to opt out at any time.
An email will be sent periodically to ensure registrants are still willing to participate in the program and that information is current. Your information will be stored in a secure database maintained by assigned Cody Police Department personnel.
A body-worn camera is a small, wearable, battery-powered camera that can capture audio and video during police interactions with the public.
Videos captured by body-worn and in-car cameras are required by Wyoming State Statute to be retained for 90 days, or until all court proceedings have been completed—whichever is longer. Video footage that pertains to cases where civil litigation is indicated must be retained for 5 years following the incident. Videos associated with felony charges are retained for 10 years.
The video footage captured by body-worn and in-car cameras is securely stored on a local data storage server.
Find out how to obtain a Cody Police Department patch by requesting one from the Department.
For additional information and rental forms for their respective locations, visit the following pages:
It is common to take up to one week for all areas to have water following the initial raw water turn-on day the first Monday in May. If after a couple of days you still do not have any water, contact Public Works at (307) 527-3494 or Report the Concern Online.
Please visit the Victor J. Riley Arena and Events Center's website (rileyarena.com) or call (307) 587-1681 for information.
The City of Cody does not provide a pick up service for recyclables; however, in most business districts, cardboard containers have been provided and are picked up on a regular basis.
The City of Cody does not pay customers for recyclables. There is a program in which the City does pay schools for aluminum cans which have been donated in their behalf. Residents may choose to donate their cans to the area school of their choice. At the end of the school year, the total pounds donated for each school is tallied, and the school is paid 25¢ per pound. For more information, view the Aluminum Can Contest brochure.
Household hazardous wastes cannot be disposed of in the landfill or at the Recycling Center. Each year, the City of Cody, City of Powell, Park County Landfill, and Park County Weed and Pest work together to sponsor a Household Hazardous Waste Day. When these are scheduled, they will be posted on this website and advertised in the newspaper.
Information on the proper disposal of sharp items can be found in the Proper Sharps Disposal brochure.
Prior to any digging, residents should contact One Call of Wyoming at 811 at least 48 hours in advance. This will notify all utilities in your area. The City of Cody is not responsible for locating sanitary sewer, raw water, and treated water service lines.
The property owner is responsible for any blockages in the service line. If your service line is clear and you are still experiencing problems, contact City Hall at (307) 527-7511, and a representative will be dispatched to look at the main line.
Questions regarding vehicle licensing, vehicle titling, marriage licenses, property taxes, voter registration, and public health nurse services should be directed to Park County by calling (307) 527-8500 or visiting Park County's website (parkcounty-wy.gov).
To establish service at a property address you must complete a service application in person at City Hall (1338 Rumsey Avenue). If you do not currently have services with the City of Cody, a $10 application fee will be required and a risk assessment will be run to determine if a deposit is required. Deposits are either $200 or $400, based on results of the risk assessment.
Your monthly utility bill will be a combined statement consisting of charges for electric, water, sewer, sanitation, recycling, storm drainage, and raw water services, where applicable.
The SMP Pass-Through fee is a wholesale tap equivalency fee charged by the Shoshone Municipal Pipeline to provide treated water to the residents of the City of Cody. The SMP fee is collected by the City of Cody and passed on to the Shoshone Municipal Pipeline.
You are unable to change the date your bill is due. The City bills in four cycles, depending on the area of town in which you live.
If you make payment in person or by telephone with a credit card, there is no convenience fee.
A finance charge is imposed if the monthly balance is not paid prior to the issuance of a new monthly bill. A finance charge of 1.5% per month will be charged on past due accounts. The annual finance charge is 18%.
Disconnect notices are sent for past due balances not paid by the 35th day after the bill date. The disconnect notice will provide a date to make payment for the past due amount, as well as the current charges and fees. You may also request approval for a payment arrangement. Customers should make payments in person or by contacting Administrative Services by calling (307) 527-7511 and choosing option 1 (Utilities and Billing) to avoid delays in the posting of their payment and potential service interruptions.
The following charges are assessed once disconnection procedures are initiated:
The City of Cody offers payment arrangements for customers that have received a disconnect notice. One payment arrangement may be granted to a customer in a 12-month period. Customers are required to appear before an Administrative Services customer service representative at City Hall and complete a Request for Payment Arrangement. Customers are required to pay one-half of the total due at the time the request is made. The remaining balance must then be paid within two weeks. Any requests for longer extensions require additional authorization by an Administrative Services Officer. Customers must make the payments as agreed and remain current with the new monthly billings. If a customer does not adhere to the approved request, they are subject to disconnection.
The City of Cody offers customers a plan in which they can pay equal monthly payments for utility bills if they have a minimum of six consecutive months of service at the same address and are current with their account. Customers must complete a Utility Equal Payment Plan Agreement by appearing in person at City Hall (1338 Rumsey Avenue). If the agreement is granted, customers must pay the equal pay amount monthly by the due date. If the customer fails to make an equal pay payment, disconnect procedures will result. If two disconnect notices are issued during a 12-month period, the customer will be removed from the program, and the entire outstanding balance on the customer’s account is due for payment.
If you have set your utility account to be paid automatically through Xpress Bill Pay with a debit card, credit card, or a bank account, you have the ability to manage your account through the website and at any time can disable your automatic payments.
There are a number of factors that could have an impact on your energy and water usage.
To file a nuisance complaint, complete a Nuisance Complaint Form and deliver it to City Hall (1338 Rumsey Avenue) or the Cody Police Department (1402 River View Drive). If you do not have access to a computer, you can complete the form at City Hall or the Police Department.
If a street light is malfunctioning (such as not lighting or remaining lit during daylight hours), you can call Public Works at (307) 527-3494 or Report the Concern Online. Please provide the location of the street light and the pole number.
There is a watering schedule for residents of the City of Cody. There is no watering on Monday. Addressed properties ending in even numbers may water on Sunday, Wednesday, and Friday of each week; addressed properties ending in odd numbers may water on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday of each week.
The Cody Canal is the raw water source for the City of Cody. Raw water is untreated and unfiltered and as such contains amounts of biological matter in various stages of decomposition.
The City of Cody does not offer a spring and fall cleanup. Rather, a bulk item removal program is available year-round to our residential customers. One pickup per month is allowed for each residential customer paying for the service. You may either contact Public Works at (307) 527-3494 or Submit an Online Request to arrange for a pickup of approved items. View the Bulk Item Removal Program brochure for more information.
Contact Public Works at (307) 527-3494 and schedule an appointment to have a technician inspect the meter.