Town Council has held three (3) Public Hearings for the restoration of the Legion Building and to purchase 237 Main St.  It has been unanimously agreed upon that 229 Main Street (Legion Building) is no longer salvageable and the building must come down.  Council unanimously agrees to purchase 237 Main Street at fair market value, and construct a new building at 229 Main Street.  The two buildings will then be joined together to form one Legion/Community Center building.  The current Legion building is no longer available for gatherings, as the building is unsafe for use.

More information will be posted as is becomes available.

December 2017 - UPDATE

Small but Proud!!! Lingle moves one step closer!!!

Great news from Cheyenne. Yesterday Lingle presented their grant for their Community Center in front of the Wyoming Business Council, and was approved for $365 thousand. This is a HUGE WIN for the Town of Lingle as this project will make a giant impact on Main Street. We have had some hard workers on this project - our very own Mayor George, County Commissioner Wally Wolski, Bob Taylor of Benchmark and Cactus Covello who lobbied hard for us behind the scenes. If you run into these individuals anywhere, please be sure to give them a huge "Thank You", as they are well deserving of it. The next step in this process is a presentation in front of the State Land and Investment Board in January.

January 2018 - UPDATE

The entire team that has been working on the Community Center will be in Cheyenne on January 18th to present our grant proposal to the State Land and Investment Board.  This meeting will start at 8:00 a.m. at the Herschler Building, and we will most likely be in Cheyenne all day.  We will resume normal hours on Jan. 19th.  The team consists of Mayor George Siglin, Clerk/Treasurer Michele Sussex, GCEDC Team Ashley Harpstreith and Lisa Miller, County Commissioner Wally Wolski, Benchmark Team of Bob Taylor, Jeff Logsdon and Rachelle Anderson, Points West Community Bank Team Joel Tremain and Kirk Haas.  Please thankt hese people for all their hard work on our COmmunity Center!

Keep your fingers crossed for all of us in Lingle!!!

January 18, 2018 - UPDATE

A big WIN for the Town of Lingle! Town of Lingle was awarded a $365+ grant from the Wyoming Business Council through the State Land Investment Board to complete our Community Center. This Community Center will be the heart of our main street and will host elections, celebrations from life to death, community meetings, and an all around gathering place for the community! This has been a great example of our entire county rallying together to make things happen. Thank you to everyone who helped make this happen!

We have some further work to do to make sure funding is completely secured before this project will start.

Keep checking back for further announcements on our Community Center Project!

January, 2018 - UPDATE

Town of Lingle is getting a new downtown Community Center



Come to 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!


July 2018 - UPDATE

Goshen County Economic Development awarded Town of Lingle $20,000 from the Progress Program towards building the new Community Center.  Thank you Goshen County Economic Development!!





October 17, 2018 - 1st Published Advertisement of RFP  - COMPLETE

October 17, 2018 - RFP Release - COMPLETE

October 19, 2018 - 2nd Published Advertisement of RFP - COMPLETE

October 24, 2018 - 3rd Published Advertisement of RFP - COMPLETE

October 30, 2018 - Pre Submittal Conference - COMPLETE

November 27, 2018 - RFP Submittal Deadline/Opening - COMPLETE

November 29, 2018 - Notification of Short List - COMPLETE

December 11, 2018 - Short List Interviews - COMPLETE

December 19, 2018 - Final Selection - COMPLETE

December 21, 2018 - Notify Selected Contractor - COMPLETE



 January 9, 2019 - UPDATE


 ONEOK presented more than $100,000 to Goshen County institutions in Lingle Wednesday morning.  Area representatives at the event included Jeff Logsdon, Bob Taylor and Rachelle Anderson of Benchmark; Lingle Town Council member Joe Welte; Lingle Mayor George Siglin; Lingle Clerk-Treasurer Michele Sussex; Deputy Clerk-Treasurer Nakisha Garner; Megan Brittingham of Goshen County 4-H; Goshen County Economic Development Corporation/Chamber of Commerce's Lisa Miller, Sandy Hoehn and Sondra Dent; Tracy Pragnell of the LaGrange Volunteer Fire Department; and Sid Castellaw of Yoder Volunteer Fire Department.  Willie Martindale, Joshua Hunt, and Gunnar Hansen represented ONEOK.

Lingle Clerk-Treasurer Michele Sussex, front left and Deputy Clerk-Treasurer Nakisha Garner hold a $75,000 check from ONEOK, as represented by Joshua Hunt, back row, left, Willie Martindale, and Gunnar Hansen, as Lingle Mayor George Siglin and council member Joe Welte look on.  The funds will go towards the town's new community center.  "I don't think you understand how deeply appreciated it is ..." Siglin said at the event Wednesday morning.

Legion Info

Phone: 307-837-2422


Address: 229 Main Street








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