People in Uinta County feel like they have been ignored by their elected officials are have had enough. If you want to get involved locally come to our regular local meeting.

Next meeting date – TBD

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Making our voices heard!

The Uinta County Commissioners have shown a lack of transparency and we should all be concerned that they weren’t forthcoming about ICE jail. They are making decisions without giving us an opportunity to have our voices and concerns heard and because of this its up to us to make sure our voices are heard. WyoSayNo members in Evanston will be attending every County Commissioners meeting, every City Council meeting, and every Economic Development Committee meeting to let the people who are pushing for construction of this what we in Uinta County really feel.

County Commissioners

Regular County Commission meetings are held on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at 2:00 p.m. in the Commission Chambers at the Uinta County Complex in Evanston.


City Council

The Mayor and City Council Members meet for regular City Council Meetings on the first and third Tuesdays of the month at 5:30 pm in the City Hall Council Chambers.

They also meet for Work Session Meetings, if needed, on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at 5:30 pm in the City Hall Conference Room. No decisions are made by the group in these meetings, they are for discussion of items only.


Interfaith Candlelight Vigil

On Sunday, December 1st at 6:00 pm, Uinta County Say No, in partnership with Wyo Say No brought together members of the community to brave freezing temperatures at Depot Square in Evanston. The crowd gathered at a candlelight vigil and listened to impassioned speakers protesting the proposal to build an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention center in Evanston.

“We are going through a very sad time in our community, We all are torn and are seeing so much hate from people in our community that call our people drug dealers and rapists. We came to this country to give our families a brighter future. We understand how it feels to have a family member or friend in those facilities. No one has a right to tell us how to feel unless you walk in our shoes.”

CLICK HERE for the full story at the County Herald