Laramie County Accounting Office is a division
of the Laramie County Clerk's Office. The office
has four employees performing a variety of financial
functions. Our office uses HTE Accounting Software
running on the County's IBM AS400 computer as
our primary tool.
Compliance, and Tax Reporting
Ledger, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable,
Fixed Assets, and Payroll
Accounting Office is a collection point for most
financial transactions in the County. We interface
with all county departments, agencies, employees,
objective is to deal with all our customers on
a professional basis, while complying with all
laws and maintaining the integrity and auditability
of the County's accounting System in accordance
with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles,
as required by WS 16-4-120(a)
records are available for public inspection in
the Laramie County Accounting Office. We prefer
appointments; however, you may drop in at 310
West 20th Street Suite 1700, Cheyenne, Wyoming
82001, Monday - Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00
p.m. For an appointment call (307) 633-4284.
payment vouchers and invoices for the last complete
fiscal year and the current fiscal year to date.
original payment vouchers and invoices are stored
at the County Records Center for six years and
may be requested with two days notice.
Audit Reports fiscal years 1983 to 2008.
Budget books fiscal years 1965 to 2009.
(Information on specific employees is considered
payroll information is published in the
WYOMING TRIBUNE-EAGLE & PINE BLUFFS POST
in January and July of each year.
reports available on request.
are available for a standard fee per page.
County budget process begins in March of each
year with the distribution of budget request worksheets
and ends when the County Commissioners approve
the budget. Below is a brief list of key dates.
or before May 1st of each year all budget requests
must be submitted to the County Budget Officer
or before May 15th the County Budget Officer
presents a tentative budget to the County Commissioners.
Hearing is held not earlier than the second
Monday in July and not later than the third
Monday in July.
Commissioners must approve a balanced budget
within twenty-four hours of the budget hearing.
more information on budget requirements, see W.S.
16-4-101 through 16-4-124.