COVID-19 Information for Wyoming
The purpose of this page is to provide apartment industry professionals with an overview of the issues affecting our industry with regard to the COVID-19 pandemic. The page is intended for informational purposes only and does not constitute, and should not be construed as, legal advice. This resource is not intended to provide a mandatory standard of care for the industry.
State Legal and Regulatory Information
We highly suggest you contact a local attorney before you decide to initiate an eviction action against a resident in the current environment as overlaying federal, state and county laws or restrictions on the judicial process may apply. This includes: issuing a notice to vacate, initiating any eviction-related action, or assessing fees or penalties on residents for nonpayment of rent or other lease violations. In addition to the below, you can access NAA's statutory information on late fees, eviction laws and other policy issues.
Shelter in Place
No statewide Shelter-In-Place order for Wyoming.
State of Emergency
Governor Mark Gordon declared a state of emergency on March 13.
No statewide eviction moratorium for Wyoming.
Rental Assistance/Housing Provider Assistance
No statewide emergency rental assistance for Wisconsin.
No rent freeze is in effect at the state or local level. There is no statute preempting local rent regulation.
Wyoming does not have statutory language regulating price gouging during declarations of emergency.