City of Cody | Big Horn Radio Network | Wyoming

City of Cody

Phillip Bowman, Cody Public Works Director and City Engineer, spoke about the latest on the Big Horn Avenue project at Freedom Street.  Phillip also spoke about why water rates in Cody will be going up eight percent on December 1st.  He also explained how the City comes up with their rate for water usage.  

After evaluating current traffic and future growth, the future of Big Horn Avenue could be one with multiple traffic signals and pedestrian crossings flanked by roundabouts on either end. A small but invested crowd gathered in the Cody Middle School commons area on Wednesday at 5:15 p.m. This was the first of two public information…

There is another chance for the Cody community to hear the findings, see the facts, and possibly give their input on permanent solutions to keep pedestrians safe and traffic moving on Big Horn Avenue. The Canadian company Stantec Inc. is continuing the Big Horn Avenue Corridor Study, commissioned by the City of Cody. Their objective…

Occupancy rates, setback reductions, and “extraterritorial jurisdiction” are among the 24 ordinance amendments the City of Cody is contemplating – and residents have many ways to share their opinions. The Cody Planning and Zoning Board has developed several proposed zoning ordinance amendments.  The amendments are published below, but they are also available on the City…

Amid a wave of partisan political conflicts, Cody’s City Administrator Barry Cook reminds residents that local government tends to be neutral, solution-oriented, and trustworthy. Always a hot-button issue, politics is hotter than ever in 2022. Between a divisive primary season and the upcoming midterm election, people across the nation are arguing – loudly and sometimes…

Matt Hall, the mayor of Cody, spoke about how summer tourism is going this season, his thoughts on the temporary crosswalk on Bighorn Avenue and what we can expect from the Citizen’s Academy that the City has each year.

Despite the thunder and lightning, the outage that left many Cody residents without power last night was caused by a raccoon – for the fourth or fifth time in the past several years. Cody experienced a power outage in the early hours of Friday, Aug. 26. The reason for the outage was not the lightning…

Phillip  Bowman, the Public Works Director for the City of Cody, spoke about the temporary crosswalk that has been installed on Big Horn Avenue at Freedom Street.  Phillip also talked about the Master Plan study as well as a newly approved storm drainage utility fee.

A pedestrian crosswalk will be temporarily placed on Big Horn Avenue by Cody Middle School as a possible solution to the dangers children face when crossing the highway – but drivers may not like it. W.Y.D.O.T. announced a three-month pedestrian crosswalk test will be installed before the beginning of the 2022-23 school year in Cody…

Candidate Dan Schein, running for Cody City Council, Ward 1, spoke about many different issues affecting Cody and Park County.  He spoke about green spaces, affordable housing, how to solve the Big Horn Avenue issue and how Cody should progress into the future.


[There are no radio stations in the database]