Moorcroft, Wyoming, population 1009, is located in Northeastern Wyoming on the banks of the Belle Fourche River where the highway crossed the "Old Texas Trail". Moorcroft was the largest shipping point in the United States during the 1890's. Moorcroft is a bustling town historically based in ranching but which now serves the coal and oil industries as well. Here, the culture of the Old West is still evident.
STREETS DESIGNATED AS SNOW ROUTES INCLUDE:
Big Horn Avenue from Goshen Street to Robinson Park
Goshen Street from Belle Fourche Avenue to West Converse Street
Belle Fourche Avenue from Goshen Street to Railroad Avenue
North Little Horn Avenue from Converse Street to Weston Street
South Yellowstone Avenue from Converse Street to Railroad Crossing
South Cheyenne Avenue from Converse to Railroad Avenue
Country Lane from Converse Street to City Limits
Moorcroft Town Hall Hours of Operation
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Monday thru Friday
The Town of Moorcroft has lots for sale. Please inquire at the Town Hall if interested.
NEW MOORCROFT LANDFILL INFORMATION
Monday - Friday 10:00 am to 3:00 pm
3rd Saturday of each month - 9:00 am to 12:00 noon.
FEES AND RESTRICTIONS ARE LISTED UNDER THE PUBLIC WORKS TAB