With the housing market continuing to stay hot and property taxes rising (by an average of 17% statewide in 2022 and 2023). Let’s talk about what property tax pays for, how to make sure you are receiving any relief from property tax, and what the Legislature is considering for the 2024 session regarding property tax.
The Wyoming Public Service Commission will hear a case this fall that could increase Rocky Mountain Power utility payers' electric rates 21%. Tell the Public Service Commission that you oppose this rate hike by signing our petition, which will be delivered to the Public Service Commission.
AARP Wyoming will start calling out to members around 2:45 p.m. on April 18. If you do not receive a call and wish to take part in the TeleTown Hall, you can call 1-855-274-1448 or visit AARP Wyoming’s Facebook page and listen to the live stream at: facebook.com/aarpwy.
According to Department of Revenue Director Brenda Henson, the application for property tax refunds went live on April 1 and can be procured by calling The State Revenue Department office at 307-777-7320, going online to WPTRS.wyo.gov., or from your local county treasurer's office. Application deadline for tax year 2022 refunds is June 5.
According to Department of Revenue Director Brenda Henson, the application deadline for tax year 2022 refunds is June 5 and applications will be available April 1st by calling her office at 307-777-7320, going online to WPTRS.wyo.gov., or from their local county treasurer's office.