City services to reopen at noon Wednesday

(Dan Cepeda, Oil City News)

CASPER, Wyo. — Most city services, including City Hall, recreation facilities, Metro Animal Control, LINK bus services and Municipal Court, will once again be fully operational Wednesday, April 5 at noon.

Residential and commercial trash collection and the Casper Regional Solid Waste Facility opening are dependent on street and alley accessibility. Trash services, as well as an updated schedule, will be announced separately. There is no door-to-door bus service tomorrow, but services are expected to resume Thursday.

Casper Area Transit service changes

Due to an extreme amount of snow, LINK (fixed-route) will begin service at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 5. Delays should be expected.

The Yellow Route will not service Paradise Valley.

“We expect there will be delays in the routes tomorrow and encourage passengers to dress warmly for the cold conditions and possible extended wait times,” said Transit Manager Scott Drescher.

ASSIST (door-to-door) service is canceled.

“We regret we cannot provide our door-to-door bus service tomorrow,” Dresher said. “This decision was not made lightly. We simply cannot compromise the safety of our passengers, drivers, and fleet.”

ASSIST passengers with scheduled rides will be contacted.

The Casper Area Transit office will be open from noon to 5 p.m. More information on Casper Area Transit Service is available at 307-235-8273 for ASSIST or 307-235-8287 for LINK or the website at

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