Property tax and the 2024 legislative session 

 

January 25, 2024

Ogden Driskill.

During and shortly after the Pandemic, much of Wyoming saw significant in-migration of people from other states. This movement of people into Wyoming was a result of our scenic beauty, rural nature, freedoms, and a general sense of restlessness in the nation. The influx of people created a hot real estate market and higher home prices, which resulted in higher residential property taxes, as assessed values skyrocketed in select areas. The increases in assessed value and property taxes, however, have not been uniform across the state. 

Although Wyoming has some of the lowest reside...



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