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Located in South Central Wyoming, the City of Rawlins was incorporated in 1886 and designated the seat of Carbon County. The city was named after John A. Rawlins, Chief of Staff of the US Army. The historical roots of Rawlins run deep with signs of years gone by throughout the city. Some of these historical sites include the Frontier Prison, Carbon County Museum and Old Union Pacific Train Depot. The city of Rawlins can trace its origins as far back as the late 1860’s during the start up years of the Union Pacific Railroad. Today Rawlins still prospers from those roots of long ago. The railroad, State prison system, mineral industries, cattle industry, and the Sinclair Refinery still play a major role in making Rawlins a thriving and growing city.

Rawlins OFFICE

1208 West Spruce Street

PO Box 219

Rawlins, WY 82301

307.324.2100 - P

307.324.5187 - F

Hours of Operation:

Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm

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