An electrical wiring permit shall be obtained prior to beginning any new construction or remodeling of any building, mobile home, or premises if the work will require a public utility to connect or disconnect and restore electrical power. Electrical permits are not required for installations exempt under W.S. 35-9-123 (a)(ii) through (v), unless the electrical work is being performed by a person or company acting as a subcontractor for the exempt person, partnership, or corporation and the electrical work is governed by the National Electrical Code.
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO!
Wyoming road conditions can change in a minute. Be prepared before you leave and always carry some extra supplies.
Check with Wyoming Department of Transportation for current conditions.
You can check the web site, Call 511 or download the Wyoming 511 APP to your smart device.
Stay Informed, Stay Safe!
Administered by the Wyoming Department of Family Services (DFS), the Low-Income Energy Assistance Program's (LIEAP) purpose is to help low- and fixed-income families and individuals pay their heating bills during the winter months. The federally-funded program gives priority to households that include elderly (60+), disabled and/or young children (5 and under). Seasonal LIEAP benefits are applied to a household's main heat source.
We electrified rural America 75 years ago. Now we will electrify vehicles and homes and water heaters and provide a path toward a cleaner, more sustainable future.
Energy is us.