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It is not uncommon for a hearing to be continued or cancelled, sometimes with short notice. The County Attorney's Office will work diligently to advise all subpoenaed parties as to any changes in scheduling, but you should always contact the County Attorney's Office the day before the scheduled hearing to confirm that the hearing is proceeding as scheduled.
You also have the option of paying your taxes in full by December 31 of the current tax year without penalties.
A mill levy is the number of dollars in taxes that a property owner must pay for every $1,000 of assessed value. The County Commissioners establish the total mill levy for each tax district based on budget requests from the various taxing entities – municipalities, school districts, water or sewer districts, fire districts, or other specially formed districts as designated by State Statute – within the districts’ boundaries. Please view Current Sublette County Mill Levies.
If you live in a subdivision, your legal description is the subdivision name and usually a lot and block number. If you live in an area that is not subdivided or unplatted, the legal description is the township, range, section, and a directional description such as "the northeast quarter."
Your legal description should be listed on your deed. To have us look up your legal description for you, please call our office at (307) 367-4374. You can also check our GIS/Mapserver.
First, come into the office, and the Assessor will go over all the information with you and make sure no mistakes have been made. Then, the Assessor will explain why that value was placed on your property. If this does not satisfy you, request an Official Appeal of Assessment form. You have 30 days from the postmark date on your Notice of Assessment to file a formal appeal. This is the only time you can file an appeal.
Annually, the Wyoming Department of Revenue (DOR) receives data about the market price of hay and the lease rate for grazing lands. Then, by weighing a five-year average of those prices and by utilizing income formula, they determine a range of values per acre for different soil types. Because hay and pasture prices have been so high while interest rates have been so low, 2014 productivity values have increased. In April of 2013, the DOR issued a 2014 estimated increase in irrigated land of 44% and an estimated average of 16% increase on pasture land. In an effort to make you aware of the forecasted increase, I included that information in the 2013 newsletter that was mailed with your assessment schedule. Though the 2014 final productivity values did increase, rising interest rates in 2013 prevented the values from going as high as was predicted. Nevertheless, as you plan for 2014 tax payments, you should be aware that the DOR issued value for irrigated land is increasing by 38% and pasture land is increasing an average of 12%. I realize that although some producers sell hay and pasture and have, therefore, benefited from high sales prices, for most producers in Sublette County, these increases have the effect of penalizing those who are already faced with increased operating expenses, due to the need to purchase hay and pasture at the high rates. My concern over this issue led me to attend the Ag Land Committee Meeting, held in August in Cheyenne, so that I could hear what they had to say about the current method of valuing these lands. This committee includes representatives from the Wheat and Stock Growers Associations, the Rocky Mountain Farmers Union, and the Wyoming Farm Bureau Federations. These, your representatives, felt that the current method of arriving at productivity values for taxation, though high this year, is the most appropriate method. They felt that this method is generally pretty stable and that it is more beneficial to ag producers than any other method that has been presented. Also, please keep in mind that agricultural lands are consistently sold for far more than their productive value. Therefore, lands that qualify for productivity valuation, even with this year’s increase, still receive considerable tax advantages. For more information about the method of determining ag land values, please visit the DOR website at http://revenue.wyo.gov/property-tax-division/property-tax-valuation-information.
View Agricultural Classification Affidavit.
No. Currently Sublette County does not have a building department. Therefore we do not regulate snow loads electric or structural IBC codes. The Planning and Zoning Office can issue administrative permits that regulate building setbacks, heights, and other uses call our office for further questions. 307-367-4375
The following activities require permitting: Signs, County Road Access, County Road Utility Crossings, Septic Systems, Mailbox Installation, and the following Building related activities:
b. Residential Dwelling units
c. Residential Accessory Structures
d. Non-Residential/Commercial Structures
The following uses and activities shall be exempt:
1. Detached accessory buildings and structures not for human occupancy, which are covered by a roof and contain 400 square feet or less of floor space.
All proposed land development, use and construction, including the enlargement of existing uses and structures; including interior remodels and the conversion of non-habitable space into habitable space shall be subject to review and shall be authorized only upon the granting of a building permit. Each individual structure associated with a development proposal shall require a separate building permit.
Please contact the office if you are unsure. 307-367-4375
The Delinquent Property Tax Sale will be held on Thursday, July 20, 2023 at 9 AM. Pre-registration is required and available the 3 days prior to sale. Please call 307-367-4373 for more information, click