Equipment for sale
Johnson County is accepting sealed bids on the following items which are available for viewing at the Johnson County Road and Bridge yard, 325 Butte Street, Buffalo, WY Monday – Thursday 7AM-4:00PM. Sealed bids will be due at 12 PM on Monday, October 21, 2019 at the Johnson County Road and Bridge Office, 325 Butte Street, Buffalo, WY 82384. For questions please call 684-2262. Bid form can be accessed below.
Shaver post pounder 1
G16 blade wheel and tire 1
2 -300-gallon fuel tanks with stand 1
Pickup tool boxes and fuel tanks 1
Pickup tires 1
Shop air compressor
Hanging gas shop heater
The Johnson County Road and Bridge Department, located at 325 Butt2e Street in Buffalo, is manned by Scott Pehringer, Road and Bridge Supervisor; ten full-time operators, one mechanic, two part-time operators, 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!
- 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
- John Collins
- Dustin Edwards
- Brett Nikont
- Scott Packard
- 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.