The Wyoming Veterans Commission’s mission is to develop, enhance, and promote programs, services, and benefits for Wyoming veterans and their families, through outreach, education, communication, and legislation. Working in partnership with the Wyoming state government, the Wyoming Military Department, the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs, and Veterans Service Organizations, the commission strives to improve the quality of life of every Wyoming veteran.
The Commission was founded in 1981 for the purpose of receiving federal funding to establish the Oregon Trail State Veterans Cemetery, in Evansville. The Wyoming Veterans Commission has 12 Governor-appointed commissioners who serve for staggered terms from the various Wyoming Judicial Districts.
To develop, enhance and promote programs, services, and benefits to Wyoming veterans and their families through outreach, education, communication, and legislation.
Thriving veterans and their families.
Next quarterly meeting
The Wyoming Veterans Commission will hold a quarterly meeting on Monday, Oct. 16, at 9 a.m. The meeting will be in the Pronghorn Board Room, TEC 136D, at the Gillette College Technical Center, located at 3251 S. 4-J Rd., in Gillette, Wyo.
For more information, contact the Veterans Commission at 307-777-8152.
Wyoming Military Related License Plates
The vehicle must be titled in the name of the veteran or the veteran may have joint ownership with a member of the immediate family. All special license plates are issued and renewed at the County Treasurer’s Office. All applicants for military-related license plates must be Wyoming residents and meet the eligibility criteria as prescribed by the Wyoming statute. Application, registration, and plate fees can be obtained from the local County Treasurer’s Office.