Who We Are

The Wyoming County Commissioners Association (WCCA) is an organization consisting of the Boards of County Commissioners of all twenty-three Wyoming counties. The WCCA exists to strengthen the counties and the people who lead them through a program of networking, education, and unified action.


August 20th
Last Thursday, nearly 500 people turned out at the Campbell County Library in Gillette for a BLM Listening Session discussing coal royalty rates.  The meeting was attended by Wyoming’s federal delegation, Governor Mead, and many state and local…
June 1st
Kate has been doing some Spring cleaning of the files here at our Cheyenne office and came across this agenda from the WCCA Winter Meeting in 1988. It’s amazing how much has changed in the almost 3 decades since this meeting was held, from the typew…
April 23rd
Every now and again a group of smooth talking salesmen show up in an attempt to capitalize on the very real  frustrations many of us Westerners experience when confronting issues related to public lands management.  A near constant “hear y…