The Johnson County Road and Bridge Department, located at 310 Railroad Avenue in Buffalo, is manned by Scott Pehringer, Road and Bridge Supervisor; eleven full-time operators, two part-time operators and one administrative assistant and one part-time secretary. This is a small force assigned the huge task of maintaining over 550 miles of county roads, about one-fourth of which are being impacted by mineral industry development.
If you have questions or concerns that can be addressed by the Johnson County Road and Bridge, please call the office at (307) 684-2262 or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, please feel free to let us know about any maintenance issues that may require attention such as blocked culverts, cattle guards in need of repair or missing signs. We depend on the traveling public to help us track these issues. Thank you!
TW ROAD NEWS
|TW ROAD RESCONSTRUCTION TENTATIVE SCHEDULE|
|As of 4/4/18|
|4/9/2018||Preconstruction activities such as temporary fencing, traffic control installation|
|stipping topsoil, etc. begins|
|4/24/2018||Removal of old surface and approach work begins on first 1.34 miles of project|
|5/19/2018||Removal of old surface and approach work begins on last 2 miles of project|
|6/7/2018||Prepare surface for paving|
|7/23/2018||Guardrail installation, fencing, seeding and ditch lining|
Weekly project progress meetings that are open to the public will be held on Wednesdays at 2PM at the construction trailer located on the Tweeter’s Towing property at 21 Plains Drive.
Transfer Parmelee to City of Buffalo
The Board of County Commissioners of Johnson County, Wyoming has resolved in Resolution Numbers 597 pursuant to Wyoming Statute 24-3-101 et. Seq., to transfer any right, title, or interest it held in a portion of County Road No.8, known as Parmelee Street, said portion being described as “Beginning at the point in the City of Buffalo where Main Street crosses the middle line of the south half of Sec. 35, Tp. 51 N., R. 82 W. of the 6th Principal Meridian, Thence East on said line to its point of intersection with the centerline of County Road No. 252 (South Bypass Road)” to the Town of the City of Buffalo on the condition that the Town of the City of Buffalo would make it into a city street;
The proposed alterations and assignments are located upon the following described property, to wit:
Township 51 North, Range 82 West, 6th P.M., Johnson County, Wyoming
Section 35: SW¼, W½SE¼
Their existing alignments being more particularly described and shown on plats and documents available for public viewing at the office of the Johnson County Commissioners, Johnson County Road and Bridge or online at johnsoncountywyoming.org.
All objections thereto and/or claims for damages by reason thereof must be filed in writing with the Office of the Johnson County Commissioners before noon on the 4th day of June, 2018, or said roads will be altered and assigned to the Town of the City of Buffalo without reference to such objections or claims for damages on June5, 2018 at 9:30 A.M. Any objections filed will be heard on June 5, 2018 at 9:30 A.M.
- Scott Pehringer – Supervisor
- Cheryl Benner – Administrative Assistant, Rural Addressing
- Mary Alice Gurney – Secretary
- Larry Taylor – Foreman
- Justin Bloomgren – Mechanic
- Bob Kyle – Right of Way Permits and Access Permits, Rural Addressing
- Brian Baures
- Rodney Boldry
- Kelly Camino
- Rafael Gonzalez
- Brett Nikont
- Scott Packard
- Jack Rae
- Tom Taylor
- Justin Taylor
- Driveway Access Permit PDF (fillable form)
- Right-of-Way License Agreement PDF
- Johnson County snow plow policy
Maintenance on county roads.
Johnson County Road and Bridge is geared up to blade the roads as moisture allows. Many roads have already received attention, and we will continue to address problem areas as they arise.
You may also see our workers out doing routine maintenance on culverts, cattle guards and bridges. Please call our office at 684-2262 or email us at email@example.com to report any damage you may notice out there.