Twelve local service organizations will address the Riverton City Council during a work session Tuesday, requesting money to support their work in the community.
The city funds such requests annually as “contracts for service.”
Last year, Riverton spent about $275,000 on contracts for service, fulfilling each organization’s entire request for city funding.
It would cost more than $390,000 to fully fund all of the requests listed on this week’s agenda.
The following organizations submitted requests for city funding through contracts for service this year:
The Central Wyoming Children’s Center for Art, Technology and Science has asked for $10,000 – the same amount requested last year.
The Central Wyoming Skateboarding Association has asked for $500 through the Riverton Ambassadors/Depot Foundation. CWSA requested the same level of funding last year.
The Eagles Hope Transitions and Emergency Shelter has asked for $77,600 – up from $47,785 last year.
Injury Prevention Resources has asked for $5,000 – the same amount requested last year.
Juvenile Justice Service of Fremont County (Youth Services) has asked for $28,750 – up from $25,000 last year.
The Paws for Life Animal League has asked for $50,000 – up from $45,000 last year.
R Recreation has asked for $135,000 – up from $125,000 last year.
The Riverton Chamber of Commerce has asked for $48,097. That organization did not submit a funding request last year.
The Riverton Chamber of Commerce – Airport Fremont Passage Monument has asked for $19,000. That organization did not submit a funding request last year.
The Riverton Little League has asked for $5,773 – up from $2,500 last year.
The Riverton Swim Club has asked for $7,000. That organization did not submit a funding request last year.
The Riverton Volunteer Fire Department has asked for $5,000 – the same amount requested last year.
This week’s work session will begin at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Council Chambers at Riverton City Hall, 816 N. Federal Blvd. The meeting is open to the public, so you can attend in-person or watch via the city’s Youtube channel.
For more information call 856-2227.