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From left to right:
Michele Sussex - Clerk/Treasurer
Nakisha Garner - Assistant Deputy Clerk/Treasurer

Welcome to the Town of Lingle. The Town of Lingle was incorporated September 7, 1918 and was named after H.D. Lingle. The Town of Lingle was largely built from the Railroad and Agriculture. Lingle is a "Small But Proud" community comprised of people who believe in rugged individuality, individual responsibility, are compassionate and have a strong sense of community. We are located between Torrington and Fort Laramie, in the heart of Goshen County, along the Oregon Trail. Town Hall is currently located at 220 Main Street.

 

TOWN OF LINGLE IS GETTING A NEW DOWNTOWN COMMUNITY CENTER 

 

100 yr. LINGLE ANNIVERSARY -
Planning Committee Meeting - April 25, 2018 - 7:00 p.m. - Town Hall
Lingle is celebrating 100 years of being incorporated in September 2018.  Dates that have been determined for the celebration will be July 11-15, 2018.  We are looking for volunteers to be on nine different Planning Committees for events that will celebrate our anniversary.  If you would like to be help with one of the Planning Committees, please call Town Hall 307-837-2422, Kelly Greenwald at 307-837-2873 or Paula Newcomb at 307-241-0069.  Thank you.

 

FACT OR FICTION NIGHT
April 10th, 2018 at 7:00 pm at the Legion Hall.  Open to the Public, we highly encourage anyone and everyone who is interested in learning about the Community Center progress to attend.  Come see for yourself what the details are for this project.  GOT QUESTIONS? We will try to answer them all!!

 

 

(Updated July 2016)

Town ordinances require the payment of a $150 deposit to begin utility service.  Property owners residing in their own homes may have the deposit refunded after 12 months if timely payments have been made.  Renters are required to maintain a deposit as long as they rent.  Property owners of rental properties are also required to maintain a permanent deposit with the town.  We cannot accept credit references in lieu of a deposit.

Electric charges are based on a monthly service fee of $15.50/$18.50/$26.50/$33.50 depending on type of service and then billed at 11.5 cents per kilowatt.  Meters are read around the 20th of each month and bills are mailed by the 25th of the month.

All other town utilities are charged at a flat monthly rate:

  • Water is charged at $28.00 residential and $30.00 business a month.
  • Sewer is charged at $16.00 residential and $22.00 business a month.
  • Garbage is charged at $20.00 residential and business rates based on size per month.

Dumpster Etiquette – Only grass and leaves may be placed in the green dumpsters; all other allowable trash and yard waste goes in the brown dumpsters.  Non-acceptable waste such as asphalt, cement, metal pipes, rocks, sod, paints, tires, toxic chemicals and wood should not be placed in either dumpster.

Utility payments not received by the 10th of the month are delinquent and will be assessed a late fee of $2.00 or 1% of the outstanding bill, whichever is greater, if not paid in full by the 20th of the month.  Accounts more than 30 days past due will be charged interest at the rate of 1.5% monthly and will be shutoff for lack of payment if arrangements are not made with town hall for payment.  Accounts shutoff for nonpayment will also be charged a reconnect fee of $80 during normal business hours or $150 during other hours.

SPEED LIMIT ON ALL RESIDENTIAL STREETS IS 20 MPH.

BUILDING PERMITS ARE REQUIRED ON ALL EXTERIOR CHANGES TO PROPERTY.

Dog tags are required for all dogs within city limits ($5.00 on neutered & spayed dogs - $7.50 on all others).  $75.00 kennel license for 4 or more dogs.

VISIT OUR WEBSITE:  TOWNOFLINGLE.COM

Contact Us

Hours: Mon - Fri 8:00am to 5:00pm

 

Phone: 307-837-2422
Fax: 307-837-2148

 

Clerk/Treasurer:
Michele V. Sussex


Deputy Clerk/Treasurer:
Nakisha Garner

 

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Announcements

 

2018 ELECTIONS:
2 - Council Positions Open
1 - Mayor Position Open

 

Election Day May 8, 2018
9:00 am to 7:00 pm