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Games at Wataha Events Complex have been canceled for tonight. We'll keep you posted the rest of the week. ... See moreSee less

City Hall and all City offices will be closed Monday, May 25th in observation of Memorial Day. The Family Recreation Center and Civic Center will be closed as well. We hope you have a relaxing holiday weekend! ... See moreSee less

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Some great photos of changes to Wetlands Park. Thank you ExxonMobil! ... See moreSee less

$4,000 Grant Obtained From Exxonmobil for Foothill Wetlands Park Tree Planting ROCK SPRINGS — Spring rain is not the only reason the City of Rock Springs is getting greener. Working in partnership with the Wyoming State Forestry Division, ExxonMobil recently donated $4,000 for a grant to help create a greener urban landscape in the City. “We are very fortunate to be the recipient of this generous grant from ExxonMobil,” said Mark Lyon, Parks Superintendent. “It will go a long way in obtaining tree planting stock for the City.” The tree planting began at 10 am, Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at Foothill Wetlands Park. In a recent City Council meeting, Mayor Carl Demshar proclaimed that day as Arbor Day in the City of Rock Springs and the trees will be planted in observation.

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Welcome to Rock Springs Wyoming

Welcome to Rock Springs….a diverse city richly steeped in western history and coal mining. Outlaw gangs who roamed the West often passed through Rock Springs or used it as a destination. As a young man, outlaw “Butch” Cassidy worked in Rock Springs as a butcher….acquiring the name “Butch”. We are also known as the City of “56 Nationalities” as people emigrated to Rock Springs in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s to work in the Union Pacific coal mines. We have a reputation of being a very friendly, helpful, and welcoming community……our people are the fabric of our city. Come visit us….you may enjoy yourself so much that you will want to stay!