Anyone interested in tracking the progress of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s plans for a new regional office in Cody can visit a special webpage or sign up for email …
Anyone interested in tracking the progress of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s plans for a new regional office in Cody can visit a special webpage or sign up for email updates.
Department officials say they’re “committed to keeping you informed about this construction project.”
The Game and Fish says it will offer regular updates through the list and online at www.tinyurl.com/yav3ojoh.
The department has outgrown its current office south of Cody and is planning to build a new, larger facility just north of the city on Wyo. Highway 120. The new building “will add value to the community and allow us to provide better services to the public,” the Game and Fish said. The commission that oversees the department recently voted to move forward with a two-story office, but things are still “in the preliminary planning stages of designing,” according to the department.
The early plans for the building include:
• A large Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)-compliant community meeting room that can be used for public meetings, hunter education courses, workshops and other non-profit events;
• An Aquatic Invasive Species check station, which will replace the current North Cody check station near Newton Lake Road;
• Easier and safer location and parking for the public; and
• More space at the front counter to accommodate customers.
The Game and Fish encourages anyone with question or suggestions about the project to email email@example.com or call 307-527-7125.