Non-Discrimination Ordinance

Non-Discrimination Ordinance

On May 13, 2015, Laramie City Council passed an ordinance prohibiting "discrimination of any person based upon an actual or perceived sexual orientation or gender identity in employment, housing and public accommodations." Laramie is the first city in Wyoming to implement such a measure and provide a process for gay and transgender people to file a complaint with the City if they believe they have been the subject of discrimination. The ordinance went into effect in June.

Nancy Oakland-Potter, LGBTQ+/DEI Liaison to the City Manager can be reached via email or by calling 307-721-5226. 

Sadie Wenzel, Laramie Police Department's LGBTQ+ Staff Liaison, can be reached by email at

Non-Discrimination Ordinance

Rules and Procedures for filing a complaint

Complaint Form

Respondent Form

Age-Friendly Laramie

Age-Friendly Laramie (AFL) is a volunteer organization that focuses on making sure that Laramie is highly livable for people of all ages and abilities. Laramie is already in the top half of US towns in terms of livability, but the AFL continues to strive to enhance it. Use the links below to see the AFL's findings and action plan for aging in Laramie.

Age-Friendly Laramie: An Action Plan for Improving Age-Friendliness and Livability in Albany County, Wyoming

Age-Friendly Laramie: Assessing Livability, Age-Friendliness, and Perceived Needs to Age Well in Albany County, Wyoming

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Laramie Improves Its Score and Remains Highest Ranking City in Wyoming for 2023 Human Rights Campaign on LGBTQ Inclusion

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