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Community Resources

Hospitals, Chambers of Commerce & More

We've listed some of the resources available in the various communities around Sweetwater County.  Should you need any specific information, please feel free to contact the resources listed below - they'll be happy to help you.

Rock Springs

Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County

1200 College Drive
Rock Springs, WY 82901
Phone: (307) 362-3711

Patients are a priority at Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County (MHSC). Our highly trained professional team strives to deliver the quality care that we have come to expect in Sweetwater County. At MHSC, we respect the individuality and privacy of our patients. Our goal is to provide you with the best health care possible.

Rock Springs City Government

212 D Street
Rock Springs, WY 82901
Phone: (307) 352-1500

Rock Springs is home to 56 nationalities: a true melting pot. Formed by the railroad and coal mines in the past century, Rock Springs offers a variety of recreational opportunities for visitors and residents alike.  Rock Springs is in the southwest corner of Wyoming, located in Sweetwater County. Established in 1888 as a mining town, the natural resources around the area are the driving force behind the Rock Springs economy. Western Wyoming Community College has its main campus in Rock Springs which attracts students from around the globe. The population of Rock Springs 23,036 (2010 census).

Outside the town, recreation areas such as Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area and the Killpecker Sand Dunes provide year-round enjoyment. South of town, Flaming Gorge Lake, fed by the Green River, has 375 miles of shoreline that ranges from low flats to towering cliffs 1500 feet high. The National Recreation Area around the lake is a flaming landscape -- the sun playing off the sculpted rock formations offering a kaleidoscope of vivid colors. The Sand Dunes, just a few miles north of Rock Springs, are the largest in North America. As you approach modern-day Rock Springs, you can almost imagine earlier travelers bouncing along the Overland Stage Route toward the welcome stage station that was the beginning of the town in 1862. Rock Springs is another of the southern Wyoming towns on the Union Pacific's transcontinental line. For years the area provided millions of tons of coal to feed the nation's locomotives. Today, the Rock Springs area continues to have a leadership role in the nation's energy production.

Rock Springs - Southwest Wyoming Regional Airport

382 Hwy 370
Rock Springs, WY 82901
Phone: (307) 352-6880
[email protected]

The Rock Springs - Sweetwater County Airport is located 7 miles east of Rock Springs in Sweetwater County, Wyoming. To get to the airport, take Interstate 80 east out of Rock Springs. Leave the interstate at exit 111 and go south on State Highway 370.  The airport is about 3.5 miles down the road on top of the mesa. For those of you with GPS systems, the airport is located at 41° 35' 39.183" N Latitude, 109° 03' 54.694" W Longitude.

Rock Springs Chamber of Commerce

1897 Dewar Drive
Rock Springs, WY 82901
Phone: (307) 362-3771 or 1-800-46-DUNES
Fax: 307-362-3838
[email protected]

Hours:  Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The Rock Springs Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to enhancing Sweetwater County's quality of life and economic vitality through a cooperative Sweetwater County. In addition to a knowledgeable, helpful staff on hand to answer your questions, you'll also find a 24 hour visitor center with information about Southwest Wyoming and the surrounding areas. 

Western Wyoming Community College

2500 College Drive
Rock Springs, WY 82901
Phone: (307) 382-1600

Western Wyoming Community College (WWCC) is a two year college located in Rock Springs, Wyoming.  WWCC offers various one year certificates, numerous two year associate degrees, and some four year degrees in cooperation with the University of Wyoming in Laramie, Wyoming. The college students are known as the Mustangs.  The campus itself is unique, owing to the harsh winters all of the main college is indoors, connected via hallways. Since the local area is home to many dinosaur fossil finds, there are reproductions of various dinosaur skeletons in public areas of the college.

Sweetwater County School District #1

3550 Foothill Boulevard
Rock Springs, Wyoming 82901
Phone: (307) 352-3400
Fax: (307) 352-3411

Green River

Castle Rock Hospital District

1400 Uinta Drive
Green River, WY 82935
Phone: (307) 872-4500 or (307) 362-9120
Fax: (307) 872-4595

Family Practice Physicians care for patients physically and emotionally, throughout life, coordinating patient care with other physicians when necessary. Castle Rock Medical Center has three Board Certified/Board Eligible Family Practice Physicians and staff to attend to your medical needs. All three physicians also have hospital privileges at Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County should inpatient treatment become necessary. There is always a physician on call to advise our patients regarding problems that arise after hours or on weekends.

Green River Chamber of Commerce

1155 W. Flaming Gorge Way
Green River, WY 82935
Phone: (307) 875-5711
Fax: (307) 872-6192 
[email protected]

The Green River Chamber of Commerce is committed to enhancing the community through advocacy and partnerships between businesses and community leaders.

Green River City Government

50 E 2nd North
Green River, WY 82935
Phone: (307) 872-0500

As one travels east along Interstate 80, the wide open spaces of southwestern Wyoming are suddenly interrupted by a series of multi-colored buttes, carved over time by the Green River. The varied sizes, shapes, and shades of the eroding strata provide a majestic setting for the city of Green River. 

Incorporated in 1868, in what was then Dakota Territory, and named for the swift flowing greenish river that courses through town, the City of Green River has a long and varied history. Today, Green River’s population is approximately 14,000. The railroad is still a major presence. Mining, particularly of trona, is the major industry in the area. Even with the Interstate, the railroad, and other trappings of modern society, the city continues to sit at the crossroads of the west—a timeless, peaceful place.

Sweetwater County School District #2 (Green River)

320 Monroe Ave.
Green River, WY 82935
Phone: (307) 352-3400
Fax: (307) 352-3411

In Sweetwater County School District No. 2, our mission is to educate, with the assistance of parents and our community, graduates who have identified and developed their talents, and who can apply Wyoming’s Common Core of Knowledge and Skills at a high level of proficiency.

Sweetwater County

Sweetwater County Government

County Seat
80 West Flaming Gorge Way
Green River, Wyoming 82935
Phone: (307) 872-3890
Fax: (307) 872-3994

Sweetwater County is known as the "Trona Capital of the World."  At over 10,500 square miles, Sweetwater County is one of the last great unfenced open areas in the United States.  

Sweetwater County Library System

The Sweetwater County Library System enables the residents of Sweetwater County to meet their educational, cultural and recreational needs by providing organized, uncensored collections, current technology and highly trained staff. There are 3 libraries in the county as well as 5 rural branch libraries.  The libraries offer a variety of services for residents and guests alike. 

With several branches, please be sure to check the website for their specific hours and services. 


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