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The City of Cody has plans to upgrade facilities and provide more civic services with federal money received thru the American Rescue Plan Act. The Cody City Council holds its first meeting of April this evening at 7 p.m. in the City Council Chambers at City Hall. During that meeting, City Finance Officer Leslie Brumage…

The Park County Travel Council is asking the City of Cody to close Sheridan Avenue and three other streets in anticipation of a major motorcycle event in June. The Cody Country Chamber of Commerce distributed a message from Ryan Hauck, Executive Director of the Park County Travel Council. Hauck addressed his message to downtown Cody…

A new City of Cody website is the “one-stop shopping” location for all city business: paying bills, requesting services, getting permits, and much more. Throughout 2021, the City of Cody has been embracing the 21st Century thru the implementation of new websites. Each of these new sites is designed to increase transparency and accessibility for…

Cody residents will once again be able to enjoy drinks in the Cody Auditorium, thanks to federal COVID funds and a soon-to-be-installed sprinkler system. The Cody Auditorium will soon be able to host large events with alcohol. Thanks to the American Rescue Act and Cody City Council, the large space will soon have a new…

The Cody City Council has adopted the new rules for any food trucks and other mobile vendors that plan to operate within the city limits in 2021. As of the 1st of January, all mobile vendors in the city have received a copy of the ordinance. It is also available online on the City of…

One benefit of the proposed specific purpose sales tax will be preserving and improving the dynamic between Cody’s students and cops. One of the many issues Park County will vote on in next Tuesday’s general election is the 1% general purpose sales and use excise tax. If implemented, it would add a tax equal to…

If it passes, Cody’s sales tax will go right back into Cody. At Tuesday night’s City Council meeting, City Administrator Barry Cook presented Resolution NO. 2020-17 – A Resolution Obligating One Percent General Purpose Tax for Essential Services and Capital Expenditures Only. The General Purpose 1% Sales and Use Tax is on the ballot for…


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