“Park county’s free public library built by the cooperation of the Woman’s Public Service league and Andrew Carnegie and the tax payers of the county, was opened Tuesday evening which was attended by a crowd that filled the building,” according to the Northern Wyoming Herald dated Friday, May 12, 1916.
Joe Cool says, “It’s my best card.”
Visit your library today and learn how to get one.
If you are a resident of Park County, Wyoming, you can get one for free no matter your age. (Parents or guardians do need to sign their children’s registration.)
Adults, please bring picture identification and something that shows your current Park County address (for example, driver’s license, voting registration, property tax receipt, official mail, or check, etc.)
We also have paying options for temporary cards if you are not a full-time resident or property owner.
Visit today to find out how to get a card:
- Park County Public Library, Cody, 1500 Heart Mountain St., Cody, WY 82414, 307-527-1880
- Powell Library, 217 East Third St., Powell, WY 82433, 307-754-8828
- Meeteetse Library, 2107 Idaho St. (inside the school), Meeteetse, WY, 82433, 307-868-2248
Panel members will offer strategies for the prevention of sexual assault based on their experience:
- Crisis Intervention Services Executive Director Lisa Peterman and Powell Office Manager and Client Advocate Candie Anderson.
Crisis Intervention Services is the local domestic violence/sexual assault agency for Park County. Services include 24-hour crisis line, advocacy, support groups, protection order advocacy, court support and accompaniment, emergency shelter, information/referral and supervised visitation and custody exchange.
- Park County Attorney’s Office Tim Blatt.
The County and Prosecuting Attorney prosecutes all felonies committed within Park County.
- Powell Police Chief Roy Eckerdt
The mission of the Powell Police is to pursue justice and maintain the public peace and order of the community.
- Bright Futures Mentoring Director Michelle Tidball
Bright Futures encourages the development of successful citizens by building relationships. They offer programs for children ages 5-18. Their goal is to help children stay safe and healthy.
One Book Park County
Missoula: Rape and the Justice System in a College Town by Jon Krakauer is available for check out at the Park County Libraries. a stark, powerful, meticulously reported narrative about a series of sexual assaults at the University of Montana — stories that illuminate the human drama behind the national plague of campus rape… jonkrakauer.com/missoula