Eviction - What it is and what you need to know - Eviction is a legal process initiated by your landlord through your local court.
- Equal Justice Wyoming has a lot of useful information you need to know if your landlord is petitioning the court to evict you.
- Legal Aid of Wyoming has information that is available to everyone:
- Eviction Basics
- Eviction Resources
- About the District and Circuit Courts
COVID Related Rent Assistance - If you are being evicted because of a COVID related income shortfall, there is financial assistance available through the Wyoming Department of Family Services.
Short term emergency assistance - Wyoming 211 is a statewide helpline and website which provides free, confidential, health and human services information and referrals. By dialing 2-1-1 from anywhere in the state of Wyoming, people are linked to information about local resources, from both government and non-profit agencies.
Legal Assistance - If you are being evicted for a reason that is not justified (other than non-payment of rent or violation of the lease) you should get the assistance of an attorney to represent you in court.
Have more questions? Contact us.
Call the HUD Wyoming Field Office at (307) 261-6250 or email WY_webmanager@hud.gov.