Welcome to Upton WY, the Best Town on Earth!

We are located at the junction of Highway 16 & 116 along Wyoming's Scenic Bi-way, just 20 minutes from I-90. Stop in and enjoy our beautiful City Park, visit historic Old Town, hit the links at Cedar Pines Golf Course, or grab a bite at one of our local eateries.

Upton offers a small, stable, safe community with opportunity to grow and flourish. Whether you are just visiting or planning a move to the area, visit us at City Hall on Main Street for information on getting settled in and connected to your new home town.

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NOTICE The Upton Town Council will hold a special meeting on Wednesday, March 1, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. at the community center located at 917 N HWY 116, Upton, Wyoming. The meeting purpose: (1) discussion and decisions in regard to the sewer line in the Upton City Park; (2) discussion and possible approval of the successful bidder for the Upton Park Enhancement Project; (3) possible decisions in regard to the Upton Park Enhancement addendums.
Dated: February 17, 2017
Publish: February 23, 2017


Random Acts of Kindness Week February 12-18, 2017! We should always be kind to one another, sometimes it’s easier said than done.  Every day, but this week especially, be kind, say something nice, smile more, those little things can make someone’s day.  Be a part of the positive and join the Town of Upton in celebrating Random Acts of Kindness Week.  Check out www.kindnesswyoming.org for more information on how people all over our great state are being kind every day.


If your water is freezing in your home, please leave your water running! The frost line is deeper this year than it has been in quite some time, especially in the streets; keeping the flow moving will alleviate some of the freezing issues. Most residential customers are on the auto-read list for the winter, but if you have any questions about your auto-read status, please call City Hall at 307-468-2441.


It's the most wonderful time of the year! Well, ok, it might depend on your perspective but today marks the beginning of 64th General Legislative Session for the Great State of Wyoming. Get educated on all the House Bills and Senate Files being presented this session, follow bills all the way through the process, see how your Senators and Representatives vote and get a jump on what becomes law as the session closes. In our neck of the woods, Representative Tyler Lindholm and Senator Ogden Driskill are our go to guys. They work hard to make good decisions for all of their constituents, and they are really cool too! Stay up to date here: http://legisweb.state.wy.us/LSOWEB/Session/SessionHome.aspx.


Check out Keeping It Local for one of our very own hometown heroes!


There’s a new Chief in town! Susan Bridge has been hired as the Chief of Police for the Town of Upton.  If you see her around, say hello and welcome her to the Best Town on Earth! Look for more in upcoming issues of the Weston County Gazette.


Report all dogs at large to dispatch by calling 307–468–2475! If no officers are in the Police Department building, the call will rollover to dispatch and they can take the information regarding dogs at large to relay to the officer on duty. You can find more information about ordinances pertaining to animals here. If you have an emergency, call 911.


The Town of Upton has one cardboard trailer available for public use at this time. It is located at the City Shop on Sawmill Avenue. The trailer is for clean cardboard ONLY, no trash. Please breakdown all boxes and place all cardboard debris inside of the trailer. Thank you!


Questions about an ordinance? Concerns over what is happening on Town projects? Complaints or Compliments about Town business? A lot of information is available on this website, but please feel free to contact us via phone 468-2441, email uptonwy@rtconnect.net, or come see us in person. In order to register an official complaint, the reporting party will need to complete and sign a complaint form for our records. We take compliments too


Town Council meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month, unless otherwise advertised. If you would like to speak at a meeting, please call City Hall 468-2441 at least seven (7) days before the upcoming meeting to be added to the agenda. Everyone is welcome to attend open meetings and we encourage your participation.