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• The Casper Recreation Division's Fall 2016 Recreation Guide is now available and is packed with a variety of programs, classes, and recreation activities.  Classes will begin September 6th or later.  Be sure to register early to guarantee your spot in a class.  View the guide and register for classes online at www.activecasper.com, at the Recreation Center, 1801 East 4th St., or by phone with credit card at (307) 235-8383

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• ADA ramps and LED school zone flashers are being installed around four area schools.  See the press release for more in-depth information.



•  The Community Recreation Foundation's Family Pool Party has been rescheduled for September 16th from 6:00-8:00 pm at the Casper Family Aquatic Center.  Join us for this  fun-filled evening that is FREE for the community.  There will be games, door prizes, refreshments, and an evening of swimming. 

•  Check out the all-new 2016-2017 season of Broadway in Casper!  Four fantastic shows are coming to the Casper Events Center beginning with Broadway Christmas Wonderland on Monday, December 12, 2016.  Get your season tickets now! 

•  Casper Coyotes Season Tickets are On Sale Now!  Opening weekend is September 9 & 10 against Colorado University at the Casper Ice Arena.  Season tickets are on sale at the Casper Events Center Box Office, by phone at (800) 442-2256, and online at www.CasperEventsCenter.com or www.CasperCoyotes.com.

The Casper Firefighter Combat Challenge Team is scheduled to be part of the Beacon Club’s monthly Thankful Thursday on September 15, 2016. They do have some raffle items and are looking for more so that there is more to offer. If you would like to donate an item and/or service to raffle please contact the Casper Fire-EMS Administrative Office at (307) 235-8222 and they will connect you to a Combat Team member.  We hope to see a fantastic turnout on the 15th!  Thank you for your continued support.

•  Mile High Mites Learn-to-Play Hockey Program at the Casper Ice Arena: Casper Skating School (CSS) is partnering with the NHL’s Colorado Avalanche to introduce youth athletes to the sport of ice hockey. The Mile High Mites Learn-to-Play Program will meet each Saturday morning September 17 to October 22 at the Casper Ice Arena.  To register, and for additional information, visit either the NHL’s Colorado Avalanche webpage or call the Casper Ice Arena at (307) 235-8484.


•  Generation Casper!  The City's year-long project of developing an updated Comprehensive Land Use and Transportation Plan is currently underway.  This plan will set the City's direction for years to come.  Visit the project website at www.generationcasper.org to take an online questionnaire and sign up for occasional project updates.  Also, please consider attending one of the numerous public-input events.  


•  Online Police Reporting: as of August 1, 2016, citizens are now able to report most non-emergency incidents and crimes online without having to wait for an officer to respond in person.  Additionally, the Casper Police Department is no longer responding to minor (non-injury) automobile accidents that occur on non-government maintained roadways or parking lots.  However, online reporting procedures still offer citizens the ability to document such accidents for insurance purposes.  The Casper Police Department continues to respond to all active, in-progress incidents, emergencies, or other incidents requiring direct law enforcement intervention.  To file an online police report click the “File a Police Report” link at the top of the City of Casper’s website.  See the press release here
•  Back to School and Dangerous Trees: the start of school is fast approaching and the City of Casper wants everyone to be safe.  Please review these guidelines to ensure compliance with City ordinances when removing or trimming any overgrown tree limbs, shrubs, bushes, or other vegetation that obstructs visibility for traffic, alley access for vehicles, and the walkability for pedestrians on sidewalks and crosswalks.

City Projects

Project Title/Desc.       Status  Estimated Completion
Pennsylvania Avenue Concrete Repair Beginning August 5th, City crews will begin preparations for concrete repair on 2nd Street at Pennsylvania Avenue. From August 8-19, motorists can expect lane restrictions as crews make the repair.
Both South and North Pennsylvania Avenue will be fully closed to all traffic at 2nd Street. Access will be maintained for businesses located on 2nd Street.
August 19, 2016.
Waterline Replacement Project All waterline work is completed.  Final clean-up and landscape repairs are being completed now. Early August 2016.
Chip Sealing

Chip sealing will take place on the following streets: work on West 13th/Collins Street from Southwest Wyoming Boulevard to South Poplar Street is nearing completion and Midwest Avenue from South David Street to South Durbin Street will then begin followed by South Poplar Street from CY Avenue to West 39th Street.  Motorists can expect traffic delays during the work. 

September 2, 2016.
West Yellowstone Highway & Walnut Street Reconstruction Contractor has finished all underground work on Yellowstone and continues work on concrete sidewalk and curb and gutter.  Yellowstone is scheduled to be paved in late June.  Contractor will then start on Walnut Street between Midwest and Yellowstone. September 2016.
Robertson Road North Pathway Project Project includes installation of a new 10-foot wide concrete pathway to be constructed along Robertson Road from Squash Blossom Road north to the City of Casper’s growth boundary (approx. 3500 linear feet). Design is complete with easement negotiations ongoing. Scheduled to be bid out spring of 2016 with construction to be done this summer.
East 21st Street Concrete repairs from Glendale Avenue to McKinley Street will resume later this summer or early fall.  Waterline replacement work has started near Beverly Street and is moving westward.  Traffic is restricted to local traffic only.  Construction being done by Hedquist Construction.  More information here. October 2016.
Bryan Stock Trail Bridge West bridge deck prep work is complete and ready for concrete construction.  East bridge check construction should start between now and July 31stConstruction being done by Hedquist Construction. October 31, 2016.
15th & Elm Streets Improvements Project  Storm sewer has been installed on Elm Street from 13th to 15th Streets.  Water service work has been completed on 15th from Elm to Oak Streets.  Concrete work and road base course work is ongoing. End of October 2016.
Fire Station #6 Structural work continues.  Footing and foundation work is nearly complete with a few exceptions.  Masonry work continues.  See pictures hereConstruction being done by Caspar Building Systems.  April 2017.
Hogadon Lodge Concrete wall and footing foundation work nearing completion.  Utility work underway. October 2017.

Community Projects

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Estimated Completion

Marriott Residence Inn Next to Home Depot.  Project nearing completion.  First floor is in the process of being painted. Summer 2016.
Chipotle Restaurant Slab is being poured.  More . . . Fall 2016.
Kelly Walsh Swimming Facility Pool will not meet the deadline of September for the scheduled swimming competitions.  Competitions have been moved to Glenrock. Spring 2017.
Kelly Walsh High School Temporary certificates of occupancy have been issued for select areas.  Tear-down has begun on the old building, which is anticipated to take approximately eight months.  Completion of the total project should be within 18 months.    Spring 2018.
David Street Station Civic space located at corner of W. Yellowstone and David Streets; 43,000 square -foot outdoor facility for ice-skating, farmer's markets, concerts, etc.  See the new website for more information.


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