New Licenses

New Apprentice Electrician

Apprentice Electrician

New License Cost: 20.00

New Apprentice Electricians: If you have never held a Wyoming Apprentice License you must begin the processes of licensing within 10 days of the start of employment.

  • OJT Form: If you have On the Job Training (OJT) from another state under a licensed contractor and supervised by a licensed Journeyman or Master Electrician, you may submit those hours at your initial application ONLY. You can not submit hours past 6/30 of the current apprentice year. You will need to provide a OJT form or a letter from your out of state past or present employer. These documents will be reviewed to determine if they can be credited to your new license. A link below is there for you to download a copy of a Wyoming OJT form to give to your out of state employer(s).

Apprentice Electrician OJT Form


  • OJT Letter: If providing a letter from past or current out of state employer(s) it must be on a company letterhead with your name on it and include a breakdown by year of the hours you worked in residential, commercial and industrial. It must include the company and supervisors licenses numbers and be signed and notarized by the employer.

  • Previous and Existing License Form: You will need to fill out and upload into your application a Previous and Existing License Form that lists the licenses in which you are requesting OJT credit. You must also list any and all licenses you have held even if not requesting OJT credit.


  • Apprentice Education: You may also submit any previous apprenticeship education at this time. It must be from a bona fide program of training approved by The Office of Apprenticeship, United States Department of Labor or present transcripts from a training equivalent to a program approved by The Office of Apprenticeship, United States Department of Labor.

Wyoming Approved Apprentice Electrician Schools


Applying For Your License


Create Your Account:

1. Create an eLicense portal account if you do not have one already.


2. You will need to wait until you receive an email giving you a link to set your password and access your eLicense portal account.


3. You will then upload a copy of your government issued ID or passport. Instructions to do this will be on t the landing page when you first log into the eLicense portal AFTER setting up your password.


4. Your ID MUST BE VERIFIED! You will be licensed per your legal name. Once your ID has been verified you will receive an email

notifying you that your account has been set to active and you can log in again to start your application.


Applying For Your License:


1. On the left side of your screen click on applications.

2. Choose the application you want and click on the yellow "APPLY NOW" button.

a. You will verify your demographic information and you can upload your OJT and School documents via the Upload button INSIDE THE APPLICATION. Then click the word today and electronically sign your application with the password you use to access your account.

4. You will receive an email notifying you your application has been submitted.

a. Your application will be reviewed. If there is an issue with your documents you will be sent an email concerning any issues and how to resolve them.

b. If your application has no issues you will receive an email notifying you that your application is available for payment.

To Pay:

1. Log into your eLicense portal account.

2. Click on "CHECKOUT" on the left side of the screen or On the bottom right corner of the page you will see the word "CHECK OUT".

Either option to be taken to the payment portal.

Some common errors with payment:

We ONLY accept Visa or MasterCard.

When entering your expiration it is a 2 digit month separated by a – not a / followed by the 4 digit year.

Receiving Your License:

Once you have paid for the license you will be emailed your license. It will be coming from:noreply@imagetrend.com Make sure to check your spam before calling. We no longer mail licenses.

PLEASE MAKE NOTE: DEPENDING ON THE APPLICATION VOLUME IT CAN TAKE UP TO 5 BUSINESS DAYS TO PROCESS EACH STEP. FAILURE TO READ EMAILS OR DIRECTIONS MAY RESULT IN DELAYS IN PROCESSING.


IF IT HAS BEEN MORE THAN 5 BUSINESS DAYS SINCE YOUR LAST STEP PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE.

To access the Wyoming State Fire Marshal's Portal click below.

It is recommended you save this link to your browser for quick access.

Wyoming State Fire Marshal's Public Portal


Know and understand your license!

Apprentice Years are as follows:

Apprentice Year 1 - OJT 0-1999 and school 0-143 hours, Supervision: 100%

Apprentice Year 2 - OJT 2000-3999 and school 144-287 hours, Supervision: 100%

Apprentice Year 3 - OJT 4000-5999 and school 288-431 hours, Supervision: 50%

Apprentice Year 4 - OJT 6000 – 7999 and school 432-575 hours, Supervision: 25%

Apprentice Year 5 - OJT 8000 -10000 and school 576+ hours, Supervision: 25%

Apprentice Year 6 - OJT 10000 + and school 576+, Supervision:100%


If you have questions contact Bridget Carson @ 307-777-7907 or email bridget.carson@wyo.gov

New Apprentice Technicians

Apprentice Low Voltage/Limited Technician

New License Cost 20.00

New Apprentice Technicians: If you have never held a Wyoming Apprentice License you must begin the processes of licensing within 10 days of the start of employment.

  • OJT Form: If you have On the Job Training (OJT) from another state you may submit those hours at your initial application ONLY. You can not submit hours past 6/30 of the current apprentice year. You will need to provide a OJT form or a letter from your out of state past or present employer. These documents will be reviewed to determine if they can be credited to your new license. A link below is there for you to download a copy of a Wyoming OJT form to give to your out of state employer(s).

Apprentice Low Voltage/Limited OJT Form

  • OJT Letter: If providing a letter from past or current out of state employer(s) it must be on a company letterhead with your name on it and include a description of the low voltage category your apprenticeship was in. It must include the company and supervisors licenses numbers (if applicable) and be signed and notarized by the employer.

  • Previous and Existing License Form: You will need to fill out and upload into your application a Previous and Existing License Form that lists the licenses in which you are requesting OJT credit (if applicable). You must also list any and all licenses you have held even if not requesting OJT credit.

Previous and Existing License Form

Applying For Your License


Create Your Account:

1. Create an eLicense portal account if you do not have one already.


2. After creating your account you will need to wait until you receive an email giving you a link to set your password and access your eLicense portal account.


3. Once you have logged into your account, upload a copy of your government issued ID or passport. There will be a link on the landing page once you have logged in.


4. Once your ID has been uploaded it MUST BE VERIFIED! You will be licensed per your legal name. Once your ID has been verified you will receive an email notifying you that your account has been set to active and you can now start your application.



Applying For Your License:


1. On the left side of your screen click on applications.

2. Choose the application you want and click on the yellow "APPLY NOW" button.

a. You will verify your demographic information and you can upload your OJT documents via the Upload button INSIDE THE APPLICATION. Then click the word today and electronically sign your application with the password you use to access your account.

4. You will receive an email notifying you your application has been submitted.

a. Your application will be reviewed. If there is an issue with your documents you will be sent an email concerning any issues and how to resolve them.

b. If your application has no issues you will receive an email notifying you that your application is available for payment.


To Pay:

1. Log into your eLicense portal account.

2. Click on "CHECKOUT" on the left side of the screen or On the bottom right corner of the page you will see the word "CHECK OUT".

Either option to be taken to the payment portal.

Some common errors with payment:

We ONLY accept Visa or MasterCard.

When entering your expiration it is a 2 digit month separated by a – not a / followed by the 4 digit year.

Receiving Your License:

Once you have paid for the license you will be emailed your license. It will be coming from:noreply@imagetrend.com Make sure to check your spam before calling. We no longer mail licenses.

PLEASE MAKE NOTE: DEPENDING ON THE APPLICATION VOLUME IT CAN TAKE UP TO 5 BUSINESS DAYS TO PROCESS EACH STEP. FAILURE TO READ EMAILS OR DIRECTIONS MAY RESULT IN DELAYS IN PROCESSING.


IF IT HAS BEEN MORE THAN 5 BUSINESS DAYS SINCE YOUR LAST STEP PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE.

To access the Wyoming State Fire Marshal's Portal click below.

It is recommended you save this link to your browser for quick access.

Wyoming State Fire Marshal's Public Portal


If you have questions contact Bridget Carson @ 307-777-7907 or email bridget.carson@wyo.gov

Reciprocal Licenses - Journeyman and Master Electricians

Reciprocal Licensing:

Journeyman: 100.00

Master Electrician: 200.00


The State of Wyoming has a reciprocal Journeyman Electrician license agreement with the following states:

Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Maine, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas and Iowa


The State of Wyoming has a reciprocal Master Electrician license agreement with the following states:

Idaho, South Dakota and Iowa

Reciprocal licenses can be obtained through the Department of Fire Prevention and Electrical Safety. Before submitting an application be sure you meet all requirements for this method of licensure. If you meet the licensing requirements listed below you may proceed with submitting your application. Reciprocation only exempts you from the exam not licensure requirements.

WYOMING RECIPROCAL JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIAN LICENSE:

  • The State Of Wyoming must have a reciprocal agreement with the state you are reciprocating from.


  • You will need to have obtained your license from the state that you are reciprocating from by examination, with a score of 70% or greater and held it for a minimum of 1 year from the date of examination.


  • The license is required to be in good in standing with no violations.


  • The applicant must meet the State of Wyoming licensing requirements for Journeyman: 8000 OJT (On The Job training) and 4 years (576 hours) of apprenticeship schooling from an approved Department of Labor school.


    • The 8000 hours of OJT as an apprentice and examination date and score will be verified through (NERA) by our agency.


    • Provide a copy of your current Journeyman electrician card from the state you are reciprocating


    • Provide a copy of apprentice education transcript


    • Provide a copy of your 16 hours of CEUs (Continuing Education Units), 8 of the 16 hours must be from a code related course. The 16 hours must be completed within a 3 year period since the last license renewal.


WYOMING RECIPROCAL MASTER ELECTRICIAN LICENSE:

  • The State Of Wyoming must have a reciprocal agreement with the state you are reciprocating from.


  • You will need to have obtained your license from the state that you are reciprocating from by examination, with a score of 75% or greater and held it for a minimum of 1 year from the date of examination.


  • The license is required to be in good in standing with no violations.


  • The applicant must meet the State of Wyoming licensing requirements for Master Electricians: Held their Journeyman license for 4 years, 8000 OJT (On The Job training) as a Journeyman Electrician and 4 years (576 hours) of apprenticeship schooling from an approved Department of Labor school.


    • The 8000 hours of OJT as an apprentice and examination date and score will be verified through (NERA) by our agency.


    • Provide a copy of your current Journeyman electrician card from the state you are reciprocating


    • Provide a copy of apprentice education transcript


    • Provide a copy of your 16 hours of CEUs (Continuing Education Units), 8 of the 16 hours must be from a code related course. The 16 hours must be completed within a 3 year period since the last license renewal.



Additional Information

***Important*** You are eligible to reciprocate your electrician’s license to the State Of Wyoming one (1) time. If you allow your reciprocated Wyoming license to lapse/expire, you are not eligible to reciprocate your license again. You will be required to obtain a Wyoming license by examination.

Anyone who has tested and failed for a Master or Journeyman electrical license, within the state of Wyoming, is not eligible for a reciprocal license until they have held a license from their primary state for a period of three (3) years. You must show proof of an approved continuing education seminar(s) totaling (16) hours. Eight (8) of the required sixteen (16) hours must be code. This is enforced in the State of Wyoming .

Licenses that are “grandfathered- in” are not eligible for reciprocation.


Applying For Your Reciprocal License

Items To Gather Before You Apply:

  • A copy of your government issued ID (Driver’s license, State ID or Passport) & your current Journeyman or Masters license uploaded and saved to the device or computer you will be using for handling your eLicense portal account.

  • A copy of your apprenticeship schooling documentation uploaded to the device or computer you will be using. This document will be uploaded INSIDE the reciprocal application AFTER your account has been verified.

  • A Unique personal email address. Only 1 email address may be used per account and it should be your email address not your employers. This is your license and your account!


Create Your Account:

1. Create an eLicense portal account if you do not have one already.


2. After creating your account you will need to wait until you receive an email giving you a link to set your password and access your eLicense portal account.


3. Once you have logged into your account, upload a copy of your government issued ID or passport. There will be a link on the landing page once you have logged in.


4. Once your ID has been uploaded it MUST BE VERIFIED! You will be licensed per your legal name. Once your ID has been verified you will receive an email notifying you that your account has been set to active and you can now start your reciprocal application.




Applying For Your License:


1. On the left side of your screen click on applications.

2. Choose the application you want and click on the yellow "APPLY NOW" button.

a. Fill in the required information. Upload your current electrical license and apprentice education documents via the Upload button INSIDE THE APPLICATION. Then click the word "Today" and electronically sign your application with the password you use to access your account. Click "Submit"

4. You will receive an email notifying you your application has been submitted.


6. Once your application has been processed you will receive email notification of the agency's decision.

  • If approved you will receive an email advising you your application is available for payment and you can proceed to the checkout.

  • If you application is denied you will receive an email advising you of what qualifications were not met.


To Pay:

1. Log into your eLicense portal account.

2. Click on "CHECKOUT" on the left side of the screen or On the bottom right corner of the page you will see the word "CHECK OUT".

Either option to be taken to the payment portal.

Some common errors with payment:

We ONLY accept Visa or MasterCard.

When entering your expiration it is a 2 digit month separated by a – not a / followed by the 4 digit year.

Receiving Your License:

Once you have paid for the license you will be emailed your license. It will be coming from:noreply@imagetrend.com Make sure to check your spam before calling. We no longer mail licenses.

PLEASE MAKE NOTE: DEPENDING ON THE APPLICATION VOLUME IT CAN TAKE UP TO 5 BUSINESS DAYS TO PROCESS EACH STEP. FAILURE TO READ EMAILS OR DIRECTIONS MAY RESULT IN DELAYS IN PROCESSING.


IF IT HAS BEEN MORE THAN 5 BUSINESS DAYS SINCE YOUR LAST STEP PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE.

To access the Wyoming State Fire Marshal's Portal click below.

It is recommended you save this link to your browser for quick access.

Wyoming State Fire Marshal's Public Portal

Wyoming Approved Apprentice Electrician Schools

Wyoming Approved CEU Providers


If you have questions contact Bridget Carson @ 307-777-7907 or email bridget.carson@wyo.gov

Licensing By Examination - Technicians, Journeyman and Master Electricians

Low Voltage/Limited Technician Exam Qualifications

Low Voltage Technician


Low Voltage Technician is defined as a person licensed by the Department who has 2 years (4,000 hours) experience in the portion of the electrical wiring industry covered by his/her low voltage license and technical knowledge to install and supervise the installation of electrical equipment associated with the type of low voltage electrical license held in accordance with the National Electrical Code and city, county and state ordinances and regulations.


Acceptable Forms of Work Verification History: Work experience shall be documented by notarized letters or the employment verification form from employers (past and present), notarized letters from local unions, or official letters from other licensing boards detailing the duration (actual number of hours) and character of the work.


Low Voltage/Limited Technician Work Verification Form

Low Voltage Technician licenses:

LV-G Low voltage work for all categories under 90 volts listed below (4,000 Hours)

LV-A Low voltage work for alarm systems under 90 volts (3,000 Hours)

LV-C Low voltage work for communication systems under 90 volts (500 Hours)

LV-S Low voltage work for sound systems under 90 volts (500 Hours)

LV-T Low voltage work for television and satellite systems under 90 volts (500 Hours)

LV-X Low voltage work for control systems under 90 volts (1,000 Hours)

LV-LS Low voltage work for lawn sprinkler systems under 90 volts (80 Hours)




Limited Technician

Limited Technician is defined as a person licensed by the Department who has 2 years (4,000 hours)

experience in the portion of the electrical wiring industry covered by his limited license and technical knowledge to install and supervise the installation of electrical equipment associated with the type of limited electrical license held in accordance with the National Electrical Code and city, county and state ordinances and regulations.


Acceptable Forms of Work Verification History: Work experience shall be documented by notarized letters or the employment verification form from employers (past and present), notarized letters from local unions, or official letters from other licensing boards detailing the duration (actual number of hours) and character of the work.


Low Voltage/Limited Technician Work Verification Form

Limited Technician licenses:

LM-E Electrical work for elevator systems limited to electrical work on the load side of the equipment disconnect

(4,000 Hours)

LM-S Electrical work for electric signs limited to electrical work on the load side of the equipment disconnect

(4,000 Hours)

LM-W Electrical work for water well and irrigation systems limited to electrical work on the load side of the equipment disconnect (4,000 Hours)

LM-L Limited electrical work for maintaining light fixtures (1,000 Hours)

LM-H Limited electrical work for heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems limited to electrical work on the load side of the equipment disconnect (4,000 Hours)



Any Technician performing low voltage work in the State of Wyoming shall be employed at all times by a Low voltage/Limited Contractor who carries a current Wyoming Low Voltage/Limited Contractor's license.


NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE The State of Wyoming adopts the National Electrical Code without modification. The examinations for licenses are based on the current edition of the National Electrical Code.

Licensing: Once the applicant has passed the examination, the applicant will upload their pass letter into their eLicense portal account. The initial license fee will be $100.00.

Maintaining Your Technician License: The Technician's license is valid for 3 years, renewing on July 1st of every 3rd year. The renewal fee will be $50.00. This fee will be paid through the licensee's eLicense portal account.


Additional Information: Any Technician who fails to pass the examination and obtain the proper license or fails to perform all electrical work while working for a licensed electrical contractor, will be subject to fines or license suspension as stated in Wyoming Statue 35-9-130.

LICENSE REFUSAL, SUSPENSION, REVOCATION, AND APPEAL: The Electrical Board may, at its discretion and for good cause shown, refuse to issue a license to any person, firm, or corporation, or may suspend or revoke an existing license for, but not limited to, the following reasons:

(a) Continued and/or flagrant violations of the Wyoming Statutes, Rules and Regulations promulgated by the Electrical Board or National Electrical Code.

(b) Aiding or abetting, counseling, encouraging, hiring, commanding, or otherwise procuring another to violate the

provisions of the Wyoming Statutes Rules and Regulations as promulgated by the Electrical Board, or the National

Electrical Code.


Appeals: shall be taken as provided in current Wyoming Statutes and the current Rules and Regulations.

Applying For Your Technician Exam

Items To Gather Before You Apply:

  • A copy of your government issued ID (Driver’s license, State ID or Passport) & your current Journeyman or Masters license uploaded and saved to the device or computer you will be using for handling your eLicense portal account.

  • A copy of your apprenticeship schooling documentation uploaded to the device or computer you will be using. This document will be uploaded INSIDE the reciprocal application AFTER your account has been verified.

  • A Unique personal email address. Only 1 email address may be used per account and it should be your email address not your employers. This is your license and your account!


Create Your Account:

1. Create an eLicense portal account if you do not have one already.


2. After creating your account you will need to wait until you receive an email giving you a link to set your password and access your eLicense portal account.


3. Once you have logged into your account, upload a copy of your government issued ID or passport. There will be a link on the landing page once you have logged in.


4. Once your ID has been uploaded it MUST BE VERIFIED! You will be licensed per your legal name. Once your ID has been verified you will receive an email notifying you that your account has been set to active and you can now start your reciprocal application.




Applying For Your Exam:


1. On the left side of your screen click on applications.

2. Choose the application you want and click on the yellow "APPLY NOW" button.

  • Fill in the required information and upload all required documents via the upload button INSIDE THE APPLICATION. Then click the word "Today" and electronically sign your application with the password you use to access your account. Click "Submit"

4. You will receive an email notifying you your application has been submitted.


6. Once your application has been processed you will receive email notification of the agency's decision.

  • If approved you will receive an email advising you of your "next steps" and authorization.

  • If your application is denied you will receive an email advising you of what qualifications were not met.

PLEASE MAKE NOTE: DEPENDING ON THE APPLICATION VOLUME IT CAN TAKE UP TO 5 BUSINESS DAYS TO PROCESS EACH STEP. FAILURE TO READ EMAILS OR DIRECTIONS MAY RESULT IN DELAYS IN PROCESSING.


IF IT HAS BEEN MORE THAN 5 BUSINESS DAYS SINCE YOUR LAST STEP PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE.

To access the Wyoming State Fire Marshal's Portal click below.

It is recommended you save this link to your browser for quick access.

Wyoming State Fire Marshal's Public Portal


If you have questions contact Bridget Carson @ 307-777-7907 or email bridget.carson@wyo.gov

Journeyman Electrician Exam Qualifications

JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIAN EXAM


QUALIFICATIONS: For an applicant to take the Wyoming Journeyman electrician’s exam, the applicant must present evidence of 4 years (8,000 hours) of work experience in the electrical wiring industry and 144 hours per year, or 576 hours over a four year apprenticeship, of successfully completed electrically related classroom instruction obtained through a Department of Labor approved electrical apprenticeship training program. This work history must include evidence of experience in planning, laying out, and NEC and shall have been under the direct supervision of a qualifying electrician for a licensed electrical contractor. Electrical work experience is to consist of electrical installation in residential, commercial, and industrial categories. No more than 75% of the 4 years (8,000 hours) may be in any one category. Up to 2 years (4,000 hours) credit may be given for study of electrically related courses taken through an accredited school exceeding the 576 hours required. For electrical experience gained in the military to be considered, you must upload a copy of your DD-214 form in the application.

Acceptable Education Documents: Schooling experience shall be documented by official transcripts, which indicate the number of credit hours or the actual number of classroom (seat) hours of the electrically related courses. You can provide notarized letters from local unions, or official letters from other licensing boards. For electrical experience gained in the military to be considered, you must upload a copy of your DD-214 form in the application. You may also submit a JST (Joint Service Transcript) along with your DD-214 for further clarification of electrically related courses taken.

Acceptable Forms of Work Verification History: Work experience shall be documented by notarized letters or the employment verification form from employers (past and present), notarized letters from local unions, or official letters from other licensing boards detailing the duration (actual number of hours) and character of the work. For electrical experience gained in the military to be considered, you must include a copy of your DD-214 form with this application. A copy of a current electrical license from another state licensing board, which has work history requirements equal to or more stringent than the 4 year (8,000 hour) requirement of the State of Wyoming, may be acceptable as proof of work history.

Journeyman and Master Work Verification Form

Any Journeyman Electrician performing electrical work in the State of Wyoming shall be employed at all times by an Electrical Contractor who carries a current Wyoming Electrical Contractor’s license.


NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE: The State of Wyoming adopts the National Electrical Code without modification. The examinations for licenses are based on the current edition of the National Electrical Code.

Licensing: Once the applicant has passed the examination, the applicant will upload their pass letter into their eLicense portal account. The initial license fee will be $100.00.

Maintaining Your Journeyman License: The journeyman electrician’s license is valid for 3 years, renewing on January 1st of every 3rd year. The renewal fee will be $50.00. Both of these fees will be paid through the licensee's eLicense portal account. The license holder must obtain at least 16 hours of approved update education prior to renewing the license. To be acceptable, all courses must have prior Electrical board approval. At least 8 of these 16 hours must be from a course that specifically covers the National Electrical Code. The 16 hours must be obtained between the date of issuance and the date of expiration of the license.


Additional Information: Any Journeyman electrician who fails to pass the examination and obtain the proper license or fails to perform all electrical work while working for a licensed electrical contractor, will be subject to fines or license suspension as stated in Wyoming Statue 35-9-130.

LICENSE REFUSAL, SUSPENSION, REVOCATION, AND APPEAL: The Electrical Board may, at its discretion and for good cause shown, refuse to issue a license to any person, firm, or corporation, or may suspend or revoke an existing license for, but not limited to, the following reasons:

(a) Continued and/or flagrant violations of the Wyoming Statutes, Rules and Regulations promulgated by the Electrical Board or National Electrical Code.

(b) Aiding or abetting, counseling, encouraging, hiring, commanding, or otherwise procuring another to violate the provisions of the Wyoming Statutes Rules and Regulations as promulgated by the Electrical Board, or the National Electrical Code.

Appeals: Shall be taken as provided in current Wyoming Statutes and the current Rules and Regulations.

Applying For Your Journeyman Electrician Exam

Items To Gather Before You Apply:

  • A copy of your government issued ID (Driver’s license, State ID or Passport) & your current Journeyman or Masters license uploaded and saved to the device or computer you will be using for handling your eLicense portal account.

  • A copy of your apprenticeship schooling documentation uploaded to the device or computer you will be using. This document will be uploaded INSIDE the reciprocal application AFTER your account has been verified.

  • A Unique personal email address. Only 1 email address may be used per account and it should be your email address not your employers. This is your license and your account!


Create Your Account:

1. Create an eLicense portal account if you do not have one already.


2. After creating your account you will need to wait until you receive an email giving you a link to set your password and access your eLicense portal account.


3. Once you have logged into your account, upload a copy of your government issued ID or passport. There will be a link on the landing page once you have logged in.


4. Once your ID has been uploaded it MUST BE VERIFIED! You will be licensed per your legal name. Once your ID has been verified you will receive an email notifying you that your account has been set to active and you can now start your reciprocal application.




Applying For Your Exam:


1. On the left side of your screen click on applications.

2. Choose the application you want and click on the yellow "APPLY NOW" button.

  • Fill in the required information and upload all required documents via the upload button INSIDE THE APPLICATION. Then click the word "Today" and electronically sign your application with the password you use to access your account. Click "Submit"

4. You will receive an email notifying you your application has been submitted.


6. Once your application has been processed you will receive email notification of the agency's decision.

  • If approved you will receive an email advising you of your "next steps" and authorization.

  • If your application is denied you will receive an email advising you of what qualifications were not met.

PLEASE MAKE NOTE: DEPENDING ON THE APPLICATION VOLUME IT CAN TAKE UP TO 5 BUSINESS DAYS TO PROCESS EACH STEP. FAILURE TO READ EMAILS OR DIRECTIONS MAY RESULT IN DELAYS IN PROCESSING.


IF IT HAS BEEN MORE THAN 5 BUSINESS DAYS SINCE YOUR LAST STEP PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE.

To access the Wyoming State Fire Marshal's Portal click below.

It is recommended you save this link to your browser for quick access.

Wyoming State Fire Marshal's Public Portal


If you have questions contact Bridget Carson @ 307-777-7907 or email bridget.carson@wyo.gov

Master Electrician Exam Qualifications

MASTER ELECTRICIAN EXAM


Qualifications: For an applicant to take the Wyoming Master electrician’s exam, the applicant must present evidence of 8 years (16,000 hours) of work experience in the electrical wiring industry, of which 4 years (8,000 hours) is documented as a licensed journeyman, and 576 hours of electrically related classroom instruction required. This work history must include evidence of experience in planning, laying out, and NEC and shall have been under the direct supervision of a qualifying electrician for a licensed electrical contractor. Electrical work experience is to consist of electrical installation in residential, commercial, and industrial categories.

Acceptable Education Documents: Schooling experience shall be documented by official transcripts, which indicate the number of credit hours or the actual number of classroom (seat) hours of the electrically related courses. You can provide notarized letters from local unions, or official letters from other licensing boards. For electrical experience gained in the military to be considered, you must upload a copy of your DD-214 form in the application. You may also submit a JST (Joint Service Transcript) along with your DD-214 for further clarification of electrically related courses taken.

Acceptable Forms of Work Verification History: Work experience shall be documented by notarized letters or the employment verification form from employers (past and present), notarized letters from local unions, or official letters from other licensing boards detailing the duration (actual number of hours) and character of the work. For electrical experience gained in the military to be considered, you must include a copy of your DD-214 form with this application. A copy of a current electrical license from another state licensing board, which has work history requirements equal to or more stringent than the 8 year (16,000 hour) requirement of the State of Wyoming, may be acceptable as proof of work history.


Journeyman and Master Work Verification Form

Any Master Electrician performing electrical work in the State of Wyoming shall be employed at all times by an Electrical Contractor who carries a current Wyoming Electrical Contractor’s license.

NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE The State of Wyoming adopts the National Electrical Code without modification. The examinations for licenses are based on the current edition of the National Electrical Code.

Licensing: Once the applicant has passed the examination, the applicant will upload their pass letter into their eLicense portal account. The initial license fee will be $200.00.

Maintaining Your Master Electrician License:The Master Electrician’s license is valid for 3 years, renewing on July 1st of every 3rd year. The renewal fee will be $100.00. These fees will be paid through the licensee's eLicense portal account. The license holder must obtain at least 16 hours of approved update education prior to renewing the license.

To be acceptable, all courses must have prior Electrical board approval. At least 8 of these 16 hours must be from a course that specifically covers the National Electrical Code. The 16 hours must be obtained between the date of issuance and the date of expiration of the license.


Additional Information: Any Master Electrician who fails to pass the examination and obtain the proper license or fails to perform all electrical work while working for a licensed electrical contractor, will be subject to fines or license suspension as stated in Wyoming Statue 35-9-130.

LICENSE REFUSAL, SUSPENSION, REVOCATION, AND APPEAL: The Electrical Board may, at its discretion and for good cause shown, refuse to issue a license to any person, firm, or corporation, or may suspend or revoke an existing license for, but not limited to, the following reasons:

(a) Continued and/or flagrant violations of the Wyoming Statutes, Rules and Regulations promulgated by the

Electrical Board or National Electrical Code.

(b) Aiding or abetting, counseling, encouraging, hiring, commanding, or otherwise procuring another to violate the provisions of the Wyoming Statutes Rules and Regulations as promulgated by the Electrical Board, or the National Electrical Code.

Appeals: shall be taken as provided in current Wyoming Statutes and the current Rules and Regulations.

Applying For Your Master Electrician Exam

Items To Gather Before You Apply:

  • A copy of your government issued ID (Driver’s license, State ID or Passport) & your current Journeyman or Masters license uploaded and saved to the device or computer you will be using for handling your eLicense portal account.

  • A copy of your apprenticeship schooling documentation uploaded to the device or computer you will be using. This document will be uploaded INSIDE the reciprocal application AFTER your account has been verified.

  • A Unique personal email address. Only 1 email address may be used per account and it should be your email address not your employers. This is your license and your account!


Create Your Account:

1. Create an eLicense portal account if you do not have one already.


2. After creating your account you will need to wait until you receive an email giving you a link to set your password and access your eLicense portal account.


3. Once you have logged into your account, upload a copy of your government issued ID or passport. There will be a link on the landing page once you have logged in.


4. Once your ID has been uploaded it MUST BE VERIFIED! You will be licensed per your legal name. Once your ID has been verified you will receive an email notifying you that your account has been set to active and you can now start your reciprocal application.




Applying For Your Exam:


1. On the left side of your screen click on applications.

2. Choose the application you want and click on the yellow "APPLY NOW" button.

  • Fill in the required information and upload all required documents via the upload button INSIDE THE APPLICATION. Then click the word "Today" and electronically sign your application with the password you use to access your account. Click "Submit"

4. You will receive an email notifying you your application has been submitted.


6. Once your application has been processed you will receive email notification of the agency's decision.

  • If approved you will receive an email advising you of your "next steps" and authorization.

  • If your application is denied you will receive an email advising you of what qualifications were not met.

PLEASE MAKE NOTE: DEPENDING ON THE APPLICATION VOLUME IT CAN TAKE UP TO 5 BUSINESS DAYS TO PROCESS EACH STEP. FAILURE TO READ EMAILS OR DIRECTIONS MAY RESULT IN DELAYS IN PROCESSING.


IF IT HAS BEEN MORE THAN 5 BUSINESS DAYS SINCE YOUR LAST STEP PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE.

To access the Wyoming State Fire Marshal's Portal click below.

It is recommended you save this link to your browser for quick access.

Wyoming State Fire Marshal's Public Portal


If you have questions contact Bridget Carson @ 307-777-7907 or email bridget.carson@wyo.gov

Contractor Licenses

Electrical Contractor

Electrical Contractor

New & Renewal 400.00

All electrical contractor licenses will expire on July 1 next following the date of issue.

License Requirements:

Electrical Contractors must actively employ in a full-time capacity a Wyoming licensed master electrician who will serve as the master of record. This individual will assume responsibility to ensure that the NEC,

W.S. 35-9-120 through W.S. 35-9-130 and applicable rules of the department are adhered to on all electrical work undertaken by the electrical contractor in the State of Wyoming.


You cannot proceed with a contractors license until you have a Wyoming licensed Master Electrician to be the Master of Record (Qualifier).

A master of record can ONLY be a master of record for one (1) company.


All Electrical Contractor licenses will expire on July 1 next following the date of issue.


Managing apprentices with supervision and ratios


Supervision

Apprentice Years are as follows:

Apprentice Year 1 - OJT 0-1999 and school 0-143 hours, Supervision: 100%

Apprentice Year 2 - OJT 2000-3999 and school 144-287 hours, Supervision: 100%

Apprentice Year 3 - OJT 4000-5999 and school 288-431 hours, Supervision: 50%

Apprentice Year 4 - OJT 6000 – 7999 and school 432-575 hours, Supervision: 25%

Apprentice Year 5 - OJT 8000 -10000 and school 576+ hours, Supervision: 25%

Apprentice Year 6 - OJT 10000 + and school 576+, Supervision:100%


Ratios

35-9-127 (a)

A licensed journeyman or master electrician shall supervise each

apprentice electrician. A licensed journeyman or master

electrician shall not supervise more than two (2) apprentice

electricians at the same time.

To access the Wyoming State Fire Marshal's Portal click below.

It is recommended you save this link to your browser for quick access.

Wyoming State Fire Marshal's Public Portal



Need more information on rules and statutes?

Wyoming Statutes Rules of the Wyoming Electrical Board


***Quick links to printable forms needed for on-line applications***

Master of Record form

Personnel of Applicant form


If you have questions contact Bridget Carson @ 307-777-7907 or email bridget.carson@wyo.gov

Low Voltage/Limited Contractors

Low Voltage/Limited Contractor

New & Renewal 200.00

All low voltage/limited electrical contractor licenses will expire on July 1 next following the date of issue.

License Requirements:

Low Voltage / Limited Electrical Contractors must actively employ in a full-time capacity a Wyoming licensed low voltage/limited technician/journeyman electrician /master electrician who will serve as the technician of record. This individual will assume responsibility to ensure that the NEC,

W.S. 35-9-120 through W.S. 35-9-130 and applicable rules of the department are adhered to on all electrical work undertaken by the low voltage/limited electrical contractor in the State of Wyoming.

A technician of record can ONLY be a technician of record for one (1) company and must be Wyoming licensed.


Technician Licensing can only be obtained through examination.


You cannot proceed with a contractors license until you have a Wyoming licensed Master, Journeyman or Technician to be the Technician of Record (Qualifier).


All low voltage/limited electrical contractor licenses will expire on July 1 next following the date of issue.



Managing apprentices with ratios

Ratios

35-9-127 (a)

A licensed journeyman or master electrician shall supervise each

apprentice electrician. A licensed journeyman or master

electrician shall not supervise more than two (2) apprentice

electricians at the same time.

35-9-127 (b)

A licensed technician shall supervise each apprentice technician.

A licensed technician shall not supervise more than one (1)

apprentice technician at the same time.


To access the Wyoming State Fire Marshal's Portal click below.

It is recommended you save this link to your browser for quick access.

Wyoming State Fire Marshal's Public Portal


Need more information on rules and statutes?

Wyoming Statutes Rules of the Wyoming Electrical Board


***Quick links to printable forms needed for on-line applications***

Technician of Record form

Personnel of Applicant form


If you have questions contact Bridget Carson @ 307-777-7907 or email bridget.carson@wyo.gov

License Renewals

Apprentice Electrician Renewal and Reinstatement

Apprentice Electrician

License Renewal Cost: 20.00

Reinstatement (More then one year expired): 40.00

Renewals and Reinstatement's for Apprentice Electricians:

If you have or have had a Wyoming Apprentice License listed below are the guidelines for the renewal of your license.

  • OJT Form: If you have On the Job Training (OJT) you will need to submit a OJT form completed by your employer and signed by the licensed Journeyman or Master Electrician you worked under. This will need to include a breakdown on the hours you worked in each industry residential, commercial and industrial. This form must be filled out in its entirety and uploaded inside your apprentice renewal application. Failure to do so may result in delayed processing or denial of your application.

Apprentice Electrician OJT Form


  • The Apprentice Year: The apprentice year runs from 7/1 of the previous year to 6/30 of the current year. If you try to submit OJT from a previous year or after the current apprentice year date you application will denied until you submit a correct OJT form with the current apprentice year and hours.

  • Apprentice Education: You will upload in your apprentice application apprenticeship education you have obtained during this apprentice year. It must be from a bona fide program of training approved by The Office of Apprenticeship, United States Department of Labor or present transcripts from a training equivalent to a program approved by The Office of Apprenticeship, United States Department of Labor.

Wyoming Approved Apprentice Electrician Schools


Applying For Your License


Create Your Account:

1. Create an eLicense portal account if you do not have one already.


2. After creating your account you will need to wait until you receive an email giving you a link to set your password and access your eLicense portal account.


3. Once you have logged into your account, upload a copy of your government issued ID or passport. There will be a link on the landing page once you have logged in.


4. Once your ID has been uploaded it MUST BE VERIFIED! You will be licensed per your legal name. Once your ID has been verified you will receive an email notifying you that your account has been set to active and you can now start your application.


Applying For Your License:


1. On the left side of your screen click on applications.


2. Choose the application you want and click on the yellow "APPLY NOW" button.

a. You will verify your demographic information and you can upload your OJT and School documents via the Upload button INSIDE THE APPLICATION. Then click the word today and electronically sign your application with the password you use to access your account.

4. You will receive an email notifying you your application has been submitted.

a. Your application will be reviewed. If there is an issue with your documents you will be sent an email concerning any issues and how to resolve them.

b. If your application has no issues you will receive an email notifying you that your application is available for payment.

To Pay:

1. Log into your eLicense portal account.

2. Click on "CHECKOUT" on the left side of the screen or On the bottom right corner of the page you will see the word "CHECK OUT".

Either option to be taken to the payment portal.

Some common errors with payment:

We ONLY accept Visa or MasterCard.

When entering your expiration it is a 2 digit month separated by a – not a / followed by the 4 digit year.

Receiving Your License:

Once you have paid for the license you will be emailed your license. It will be coming from:noreply@imagetrend.com Make sure to check your spam before calling. We no longer mail licenses.

PLEASE MAKE NOTE: DEPENDING ON THE APPLICATION VOLUME IT CAN TAKE UP TO 5 BUSINESS DAYS TO PROCESS EACH STEP. FAILURE TO READ EMAILS OR DIRECTIONS MAY RESULT IN DELAYS IN PROCESSING.


IF IT HAS BEEN MORE THAN 5 BUSINESS DAYS SINCE YOUR LAST STEP PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE.

To access the Wyoming State Fire Marshal's Portal click below.

It is recommended you save this link to your browser for quick access.

Wyoming State Fire Marshal's Public Portal


Know and understand your license!

Apprentice Years are as follows:

Apprentice Year 1 - OJT 0-1999 and school 0-143 hours, Supervision: 100%

Apprentice Year 2 - OJT 2000-3999 and school 144-287 hours, Supervision: 100%

Apprentice Year 3 - OJT 4000-5999 and school 288-431 hours, Supervision: 50%

Apprentice Year 4 - OJT 6000 – 7999 and school 432-575 hours, Supervision: 25%

Apprentice Year 5 - OJT 8000 -10000 and school 576+ hours, Supervision: 25%

Apprentice Year 6 - OJT 10000 + and school 576+, Supervision:100%


If you have questions contact Bridget Carson @ 307-777-7907 or email bridget.carson@wyo.gov

Apprentice Technician Renewal and Reinstatement

License Renewal Cost: 20.00

Reinstatement (More then one year expired): 40.00

Renewals and Reinstatement's for Apprentice Technicians: If you have or have had a Wyoming Apprentice License below are the guidelines for renewal or reinstatement of your license.


  • OJT Form: If you have On the Job Training (OJT) you will need to submit a OJT form completed by your employer and signed by the licensed supervising Technician you worked under. This will need to include a description of the low voltage category you worked in. This form must be filled out in its entirety and uploaded inside your apprentice renewal application. Failure to do so may result in delayed processing or denial of your application.

Apprentice Low Voltage/Limited OJT Form


  • The Apprentice Year: The apprentice year runs from 7/1 of the previous year to 6/30 of the current year. If you try to submit OJT from a previous year or after the current apprentice year date you application will denied until you submit a correct OJT form with the current apprentice year and hours.

Applying For Your License


Create Your Account:

1. Create an eLicense portal account if you do not have one already.


2. You will need to wait until you receive an email giving you a link to set your password and access your eLicense portal account.


3. You will then upload a copy of your government issued ID or passport. Instructions to do this will be on t the landing page when you first log into the eLicense portal AFTER setting up your password.


4. Your ID MUST BE VERIFIED! You will be licensed per your legal name. Once your ID has been verified you will receive an email

notifying you that your account has been set to active and you can log in again to start your application.


Applying For Your License:


1. On the left side of your screen click on applications.

2. Choose the application you want and click on the yellow "APPLY NOW" button.

a. You will verify your demographic information and you can upload your OJT documents via the Upload button INSIDE THE APPLICATION. Then click the word today and electronically sign your application with the password you use to access your account.

4. You will receive an email notifying you your application has been submitted.

a. Your application will be reviewed. If there is an issue with your documents you will be sent an email concerning any issues and how to resolve them.

b. If your application has no issues you will receive an email notifying you that your application is available for payment.

To Pay:

1. Log into your eLicense portal account.

2. Click on "CHECKOUT" on the left side of the screen or On the bottom right corner of the page you will see the word "CHECK OUT".

Either option to be taken to the payment portal.

Some common errors with payment:

We ONLY accept Visa or MasterCard.

When entering your expiration it is a 2 digit month separated by a – not a / followed by the 4 digit year.

Receiving Your License:

Once you have paid for the license you will be emailed your license. It will be coming from:noreply@imagetrend.com Make sure to check your spam before calling. We no longer mail licenses.

PLEASE MAKE NOTE: DEPENDING ON THE APPLICATION VOLUME IT CAN TAKE UP TO 5 BUSINESS DAYS TO PROCESS EACH STEP. FAILURE TO READ EMAILS OR DIRECTIONS MAY RESULT IN DELAYS IN PROCESSING.


IF IT HAS BEEN MORE THAN 5 BUSINESS DAYS SINCE YOUR LAST STEP PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE.

To access the Wyoming State Fire Marshal's Portal click below.

It is recommended you save this link to your browser for quick access.

Wyoming State Fire Marshal's Public Portal


If you have questions contact Bridget Carson @ 307-777-7907 or email bridget.carson@wyo.gov

Technician Renewals

Low Voltage and Limited Technicians:

Renewal: $50.00

Late Fee: $50.00

Renewal period opens 90 days before expiration date: 4/1 of the year before your expiration and closes 7/1 of your expiration year.

You have a 45 day grace period after the expiration date of your license to renew. You will incur a 50.00 late fee in addition to the renewal fee if you renew in the grace period. If you exceed the 45 day grace period your only method to licensure will be to apply and sit for the Low Voltage/Limited exam again. You'll be licensed with your expired license number. The fee is $100.00 for the license plus testing fees (testing fees are paid to the testing facility). A new exam application will need to be submitted.

Continuing education is not required for Technicians.


Renewing a Technicians License:

  • Log into your eLicense portal account

  • Click on "Applications" on the left side of the screen.

  • Click on "Apply Now" for the Technician Renewal Application.

  • Verify your address and phone number

  • Click "Today" and sign with your password

  • Click "Submit"

  • You will be taken directly to the payment portal to pay for your license renewal.

Some common errors with payment:

We ONLY accept Visa or MasterCard.

When entering your expiration it is a 2 digit month separated by a – not a / followed by the 4 digit year.


Receiving Your License:

  • Once you have paid your license will be emailed to you. It will be coming from noreply@imagetrend.com. Make sure to check your spam before calling. We no longer mail licenses.


To access the Wyoming State Fire Marshal's Portal click below.

It is recommended you save this link to your browser for quick access.

Wyoming State Fire Marshal's Public Portal


If you have questions contact Bridget Carson @ 307-777-7907 or email bridget.carson@wyo.gov

Journeyman Electrician Renewals

Journeyman Electricians:

Renewal: $50.00

Late Fee: $50.00

Renewal period opens 90 days before expiration date: 10/1 of the year before your expiration and closes 1/1 of your expiration year.

You will have a 45 day grace period after the expiration date of your license to renew. You will incur a 50.00 late fee in addition to the renewal fee if you renew in the grace period. If you exceed the 45 day grace period your only method to licensure will be to apply and sit for the Wyoming Journeyman exam again. You'll be licensed with your expired license number and the fee is $100.00 for the license plus testing fees (testing fees are paid to the testing facility). A new exam application will need to be submitted.

The license holder is required to obtain 16 hours of CEUs (Continuing Education Units), 8 of the 16 hours must be from a code related course. The 16 hours must be completed within a 3 year period since the last license renewal. Please click below to find a list of the Wyoming Approved Continuing Education Providers and courses.

Wyoming Approved CEU Providers

Renewing a Journeyman Electrician License:

  • Log into your account

  • On the left side of your screen click on "APPLICATIONS".

  • Click on the yellow "APPLY NOW" button for the Journeyman Renewal.

  • Verify your demographic information and upload your CEU’s via the "UPLOAD BUTTON".

  • If you have already submitted CEUs for this renewal period you do not need to upload them again.

  • Then click the word TODAY and electronically sign your application with the password you use to access your account. Click SUBMIT.

  • You will receive an email notifying you that your application has been received.

  • Our staff will review your application and CEU’s. If there are any issues you will be sent an email letting you know what needs to be corrected.

PLEASE MAKE NOTE DEPENDING ON THE APPLICATION VOLUME IT CAN TAKE UP TO 5 BUSINESS DAYS TO PROCESS YOUR RENEWAL. FAILURE TO READ EMAILS OR DIRECTIONS MAY RESULT IN DELAYS IN PROCESSING. IF IT HAS BEEN MORE THAN 5 BUSINESS DAYS SINCE YOUR LAST STEP PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE.

CHECK OUT:

  • Once you receive your email AVAILABLE FOR PAYMENT

  • Log into your account

  • On the bottom right corner you will see 1 item waiting in checkout. Click on checkout.

Some common errors with payment:

We ONLY accept Visa or MasterCard.

When entering your expiration it is a 2 digit month separated by a – not a / followed by the 4 digit year.

RECEIVING YOUR LICENSE:

  • Once you have paid your license will be emailed to you. It will be coming from noreply@imagetrend.com. Make sure to check your spam before calling. We no longer mail licenses.

To access the Wyoming State Fire Marshal's Portal click below.

It is recommended you save this link to your browser for quick access.

Wyoming State Fire Marshal's Public Portal


If you have questions contact William O'Donnell @ 307-777-7992 or email william.odonnell@wyo.gov

Master Electrician Renewals

Master Electricians:

Renewal: $100.00

Late Fee: $50.00

Renewal period opens 90 days before expiration date: 4/1 of expiration year and closes 7/1 of the expiration year.

There is a 45 day grace period after the expiration date of your license to renew. You then incur a 50.00 late fee in addition to the renewal fee if you renew in the grace period. If you exceed the 45 day grace period your only method to licensure will be to apply and sit for the Masters exam again. You'll be licensed with your expired license number and the fee is $200.00 for the license plus testing fees (testing fees are paid to the testing facility). A new exam application will need to be submitted.

The license holder is required to obtain 16 hours of CEUs (Continuing Education Units), 8 of the 16 hours must be from a code related course. The 16 hours must be completed within a 3 year period since the last license renewal. Please click below to find a list of the Wyoming Approved Continuing Education Providers and courses.

Wyoming Approved CEU Providers

Renewing a Master Electrician License:

  • Log into your account

  • On the left side of your screen click on "APPLICATIONS".

  • Click on the yellow "APPLY NOW" button for the Master Renewal.

  • Verify your demographic information and upload your CEU’s via the "UPLOAD BUTTON".

  • If you have already submitted CEUs for this renewal period you do not need to upload them again.

  • Then click the word TODAY and electronically sign your application with the password you use to access your account. Click SUBMIT.

  • You will receive an email notifying you that your application has been received.

  • Our staff will review your application and CEU’s. If there are any issues you will be sent an email letting you know what needs to be corrected.

PLEASE MAKE NOTE DEPENDING ON THE APPLICATION VOLUME IT CAN TAKE UP TO 5 BUSINESS DAYS TO PROCESS YOUR RENEWAL. FAILURE TO READ EMAILS OR DIRECTIONS MAY RESULT IN DELAYS IN PROCESSING. IF IT HAS BEEN MORE THAN 5 BUSINESS DAYS SINCE YOUR LAST STEP PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE.

CHECK OUT:

  • Once you receive your email AVAILABLE FOR PAYMENT

  • Log into your account

  • On the bottom right corner you will see 1 item waiting in checkout. Click on checkout.

Some common errors with payment:

We ONLY accept Visa or MasterCard.

When entering your expiration it is a 2 digit month separated by a – not a / followed by the 4 digit year.

RECEIVING YOUR LICENSE:

  • Once you have paid your license will be emailed to you. It will be coming from noreply@imagetrend.com. Make sure to check your spam before calling. We no longer mail licenses.

To access the Wyoming State Fire Marshal's Portal click below.

It is recommended you save this link to your browser for quick access.

Wyoming State Fire Marshal's Public Portal


If you have questions contact William O'Donnell @ 307-777-7992 or email william.odonnell@wyo.gov