Wyoming State Parks and Cultural Resources
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Upcoming Events

Family Days: Pioneer Games

Saturday, May 03, 2014

Museum Lecture - Re-Discover Your Backyard

Thursday, May 08, 2014

The Lincoln Highway- A Road to Somewhere Else

Saturday, May 10, 2014

Featured SPCR Program

Wyoming State Archives

The Wyoming State Archives exists to ensure that all citizens have ready access to the documentary resources reflecting Wyoming's history and governmental functions. Learn more.

Quick Links
Vital Records
Databases & Inventories
Is It A record?
Retention Schedules
Who is my Records Analyst?

Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund

Cultrural Trust Fund Logo In 1998, the Wyoming Legislature, recognizing that Wyoming and its people possess a unique cultural heritage, created the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund (WCTF), including a five-member board named by the Governor. The mission of the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund is to serve the citizens of Wyoming by supporting Wyoming’s culture and heritage through grant funding of innovative projects for the enjoyment, appreciation, promotion, preservation, and protection of the state’s arts, cultural and historic resources; and to support and invest in Wyoming institutions that help further this mission.

Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund
Cultrural Trust Fund Newsletter
Cultrural Trust Fund Board and Meeting Minutes
Cultural Trust Fund Administrator

Capitol Complex Advisory Committee

Capitol Complex Advisory Committee
Proposed Building and Capitol Complex Art, Memorial, Interpretive Exhibits/ Displays and Historic Significance Management Policy.
Policy (PDF)
Application (PDF)
Application (Word)


Mechanic-Hot Springs State Park
Performs vehicle and equipment repairs and maintenance, maintains domestic water, irrigation, and sewer systems, assists with grounds maintenance, and assists park staff with special events.

Building & Grounds Assistant II
The building and grounds assistant assists in the repair and maintenance of the facilities, equipment, and properties within the Guernsey unit of parks and historic sites

Cultural Records Office Supervisor/SHPO Technology Coordinator
The Cultural Records Office/State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) Cultural Records Office Supervisor - Technology Coordinator is a first line supervisor, and oversees, manages, and develops the state-wide database of survey for, and inventory of, historic properties data as prescribed by The National Historic Preservation Act.

Seasonal Employment
State Parks Historic Sites & Trails is now actively recruiting for seasonal employment. Click here for more information.