Wyoming Public Records

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In the lower portion of this page, we have organized the most commonly sought statewide resources in Wyoming.  Use the menus in the blue box to find other records by category, or in lower jurisdictions.

  • Court System - The Wyoming court system has four levels. At the first level are the Municipal Courts, which are responsible for traffic and city ordinance violations. At the second level are the Circuit Courts, which handle misdemeanors, civil cases up to $7,000, family violence cases, felony preliminary hearings, and ordinance violations at the request of a municipality. Third are the District Courts, which the trial courts of general jurisdiction. District Courts handle felony cases, civil cases over $7,000, juvenile cases, and probate matters. At the fourth level is the Supreme Court of Wyoming, which hears appeals from the District Courts and lower courts.  Wyoming Court Records
  • Criminal Records - Infractions and violations are handled by Municipal Courts, while misdemeanors are handled by Circuit Courts. Felony cases are heard in the District Courts. Wyoming does not currently make Municipal, Circuit, or District Court criminal records available online. Contact the Clerk of Court directly for information about record searches. For information on ordering a criminal history check on yourself, or to check available online databases, go to our Wyoming Criminal Records page.
  • Vital Records - To obtain certified copies of birth, death, marriage, or divorce certificates, write to Wyoming Vital Records Services, Hathaway Building, Cheyenne, WY 82002, (307) 777-7591, Fax: (307) 635-4103.  Go to our Vital Records page to search the Social Security Death Index for Wyoming, death records, cemetery indexes & obituaries from available cities & counties; historical statewide marriages, historical marriage databases from available counties. Currently we are not aware of any online birth record databases in Wyoming. For information about ordering birth certificates, check our Vital Records page.


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Bankruptcies | Judgments | Tax Liens  Pay Site

Search Wyoming or U.S. Nationwide for tax liens, bankruptcies, and judgments. $5.00 per search, immediate results.

Birth, Death, Marriage, Divorce Certificates (Information)

Information from the Wyoming Department of Health on how to obtain birth, death, marriage, and divorce certificates.

Certificates of Good Standing

Validate or print a Wyoming business entity (corporation, LLC, trade name, etc.) Certificate of Good Standing.

Companies and Corporations | Trademarks

Find Trademarks and Service Marks registered in Wyoming.

Corporations | Commercial Registered Agents

Select "Roster of Agents" to view a pdf list of registered Wyoming Commercial Registered Agents.

Death Certificates

Wyoming death certificates recorded between 1909 and 1939 (not complete).

Inmates | VineLink

Wyoming State and County inmate rosters from VineLink.


Wyoming Inventors database of patents issued to Wyoming inventors since 1867.

Marriages 1877-1920

Database of Wyoming marriages records filed between 1877 and 1920.

Missing Children

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children search for Wyoming missing children.

Professional, Medical, and Business Licenses

Trying to find registration or verify the license of a Wyoming professional? Go here to search appraisers, attorneys, banks, CPA's, collection agencies, doctors, pawn brokers, pharmacists, hunting outfitters, and many more.


This is an interactive GIS map parcel database covering Wyoming statewide. Find parcel records by map, county, owner name, parcel, township, or address.

Wyoming is located in the Northern Rocky Mountains Area. The Capital is Cheyenne and the largest city is Cheyenne.  The Official Web Site is located at http://www.wyo.gov/.  Wyoming is the 50th most populous state in the United States.  The 2014 population estimate is 584,153 and the 2010 census population was 563,767.  The land area is 97,093.14 square miles and there are 5.8 persons per square mile.

92.7% of the population is White, 1.7% is Black or African American, 9.7% is Hispanic or Latino, 0.9% is Asian, 2.6% is American Indian or Alaska Native, 0.1% is Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, and 1.9% are two or more races. 92.4% are a high school graduate or higher, and 24.7% have a Bachelor degree or higher.

The median home value is $185,900. There are on average 2.50 persons per household, the per capita income is $28,902, the median household income is $57,406, and 11.5% of the persons in Wyoming are considered below poverty level.

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