Wyoming Sales Tax Rate Changes for 2021 Wyoming: Sales Tax Handbook

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2021 Wyoming Sales Tax Changes

Over the past year, there have been eleven local sales tax rate changes in Wyoming. This table lists each changed tax jurisdiction, the amount of the change, and the towns and cities in which the modified tax rates apply. This page will be updated monthly as new sales tax rates are released. For other states, see our list of nationwide sales tax rate changes.


Change Date Tax Jurisdiction Sales Tax Change Cities Affected
February 2021 Hudson
Raised from 5% to 5.5%
Hudson
February 2021 Lander
Raised from 5% to 5.5%
Lander
February 2021 Cheyenne Lowered from 6% to 5% Cheyenne
February 2021 Riverton
Raised from 5% to 5.5%
Riverton
February 2021 Shoshoni
Raised from 5% to 5.5%
Shoshoni
February 2021 Pine Bluffs Lowered from 6% to 5% Pine Bluffs
February 2021 Van Tassell
Raised from 5% to 6%
Van Tassell
February 2021 Crook County
Raised from 5% to 6%
Moorcroft, Sundance, Hulett, Devils Tower, Aladdin, Beulah and Alva
February 2021 Fremont County
Raised from 5% to 5.5%
Fort Washakie, Dubois, Pavillion, Kinnear, Saint Stephens, Jeffrey City, Crowheart, Arapahoe, Lysite and Hiland
February 2021 Laramie County Lowered from 6% to 5% Cheyenne, Burns, Carpenter, Fe Warren Afb, Granite Canon, Horse Creek, Hillsdale, Meriden and Albin
February 2021 Niobrara County
Raised from 5% to 6%
Lusk, Lost Springs, Lance Creek and Manville

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