change sales tax rates

Wyoming local sales tax rates.

A number of local tax rate changes are set to take effect in Wyoming on April 1, 2017.

Sales and use tax rate changes

  • In Hot Springs County, the rate is increasing from 5% to 6% due to the imposition of a specific purpose option tax. The new combined sales, use, and lodging tax rate in Hot Springs County will be 10%.
  • In Park County, the rate is increasing from 4% to 5% due to the imposition of a specific purpose option tax. The new combined sales, use and lodging tax rate will be 9%.
  • In Teton County, the rate is decreasing from 6% to 5%. The new combined sales, use and lodging tax rate will be 7%.

Lodging tax rate changes

  • In the Town of Pinedale, voters have approved a 1% lodging tax increase (from 3% to 4%). The new combined sales, use and lodging tax rate will be 8%.

See the Wyoming Department of Revenue 12-2016 Taxing Issues for additional information.

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