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Community Services & Business  





RNB State Bank

(307) 325-9007

Monday-Friday 9am-4pm

-Lobby is closed. Services operating through drive-through (loan services and notaries online or over the phone). 



Bank of Commerce

(307) 324-2265

Monday-Friday 8am-5pm

-Lobby open by appointment only. 

Bank of the West

Monday-Friday 9:30am-4pm

(307) 324-3475

-Lobby open by appointment only.

Meridian Trust Federal Credit Union

(307) 324-2024

Monday-Friday 8am-5:30pm 

-Services operating through drive-through (loan services will be done over the phone). 

RNB State Bank

(307) 324-1100

Monday-Friday 9am-5pm

-Lobby open by appointment only.


Bank of the West

(307) 326-8321

Monday-Friday 9:30am-4pm

-Lobby open by appointment only. Services operating through drive-through.

RNB State Bank 

(307) 326-8314

Monday-Friday 8am-5pm (drive-through opens at 8:30am)

-Lobby open by appointment only. Services operating through drive-through (loan services and notaries online or over the phone). 


Grocery Retailers


Stage Stop General Store

(307) 383-6955

-Offering a free grocery delivery service to senior citizens. Call the store to set this service up. 



Hanna Hometown Market

Monday-Saturday 7am-8pm



City Market 

(307) 328-1421

7am-8pm Sunday-Monday; Senior Shopping Hours are 7am-8am

Pharmacy hours: Monday-Friday 9am-8pm, Saturday 9am-6pm, and Sunday 10am-5pm


Rawlins Walmart

(307) 417-3001

7am-8:30pm Sunday-Monday; Senior Shopping Hours  are Tuesdays 6am-7am with pharmacy opening at 6am for seniors. 

Pharmacy hours: Monday-Saturday 9am-7pm, Sunday 10am-4pm.


Valley Foods & Liquor


-Lunch Grab & Go - Daily Specials - Carry Out

Accounting and Taxes 


H&R Block

(307) 324-3045

Monday-Friday 11am-6pm

-Curb Service, Drop-off, or By appointment -  no more than 10 people at a time. 

Hofmann & Ramsey

(307) 328-0671

Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:30pm. Closed at noon for lunch, reopen at 1pm.

-No more than 10 people at a time. 

Roger J Schneider CPA

(307) 324-2279

Monday-Friday 8am-5pm

-By appointment only. 


Greg C. Johnson CPA

(307) 326-3766

Platte Valley Accounting, Dan Hodgkiss

(307) 326-5083



Evergreen Disposal & Recycling

(307) 327-5820

-Normal hours



Dirty Boyz

(307) 321-3874

Monday-Thursday 8:30am-5pm 

-Office is closed to public, operating regular trash collection services.

Wyoming Waste

(800) 479-9173

Monday-Thursday 8am-4pm, and Friday 8am-3pm

-Office is closed to public, available via phone call.


Sunrise Sanitation Services

(307) 327-5935

Regular hours

Landfill & Recycling



-Please stay in vehicle, staff will come to you. 



Please use recycling bins at:

-Corner of Railroad and Washington St. 

-W. Spruce St. and W 16th St.

-In front of the recycling center. 



(307) 326-9805
8am to 5pm
Landfill Open:  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Friday, and Saturday.

Business Resources

List  of resources and tips for the Small Businesses during these challenging times. Take a look at the resources below and we will be adding more as we learn about them - the newest will be added at the top.

1)  Wyoming Business Council is proud to spearhead the creation Wyoming's business relief programs. We are working to ensure a smooth, simple process for Wyoming's small-business owners. Webinars to begin next week on application details and eligibility for "The Wyoming Business Interruption Stipend".To prepare in the meantime for any of the programs, business owners are encouraged to gather their W-9 Form. The information in that form will help you fill out your application faster.


2) SBA Coronavirus (COVID-19): Small Business Guidance & Loan Resources

3) Carbon County Visitors’ Council has partnered with Rudloff Solutions to provide job search resources for our displaced hospitality workers.

4) Market your Business!!! It’s critically important to show the community that you are still open your specials, deals and opportunities (curbside/delivery etc...) on social media.
****Post your menu too!
****Retailers - do a live FB feed with new merchandise that has just arrived.
The messaging can involve reminding the public of your (presumably positive) food safety and training record and reinforcing the measures the kitchen is taking to prevent the spread of disease.

5) Main Street America - different suggestions…/resourcecenter/covid19resources

6)Tools and Tips from the Wyoming Business Council:

7) A "Carbon County Together" website was created as a resource for our citizen to get the most current information on COVID-19 Updates, Small Businesses Resources, Carbon County Businesses information- open/closed etc..., School District #1 and #2, City and County etc. visit:

8) Wyoming Small Business Development Center provides free, one-on-one sessions with business advisers. Business owners can set up phone calls or teleconferences with the business advisers to go over alternative methods of doing business, whether that’s allowing online pickups or exploring other ways of minimizing exposure. Carbon County's Regional Director is James Drever:

9)Wyoming Economic Development Association Website:

10) Drive E-Commerce sales with Snapchat Ads…

11) A tool businesses can use today to research what public options are available for funding.

12) Locable as a Resource:

Locable has a Ecommerce video to set up businesses for online sales.…/marketing-your-small-business-or…/

13) The IRS has postponed filing until July 15th.…/taxes-2020-irs-delay…/5071239002/

14) SMBhelp,com: Information and Support for your Business - an example of their services would be "How to Take Your Business Online".


15) Facebook for Businesses: Marketing isn’t simple, and we want you to succeed. Here you’ll find ad options for any budget and expertise level—you can start small or go big. And you can always track how your ads are working and make changes along the way. Here is an example of a program off the site - Facebook Small Business Grants Program

We know that your business may be experiencing disruptions resulting from the global outbreak of COVID-19. We’ve heard that a little financial support can go a long way, so we are offering $100M in cash grants and ad credits to help during this challenging time

16) Roger Brooks Webinar: “Dealing With the Coronavirus: What to do immediately to help save your tourism industry, and downtown businesses.”…

17) Check to see if you have Business Interruption Insurance.

18) A WhizBang! Retail Training Guide to Preparing Your Store for the Global Spread of Coronavirus.

19) Open a Line of Credit from your LOCAL bank, or apply for a small business loan.

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