Abandoned Mine Land

Procurement of Professional Services


The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality, Abandoned Mine Land Division (AML) will conduct four selections for professional services.

1.     AML Project 17.6C – Mine Subsidence Mitigation

2.     AML Project 17.7 – Statewide Abandoned Mine Mapping & Outreach

3.     AML Project 6.04-3 – Cultural Research Evaluations, Surveys and Monitoring

4.     AML Project 10C – Horse Creek Limestone Reclamation

Firms wishing to be considered for these projects shall submit each project-specific Statement of Interest (SOI) via uploading onto the Public Purchase website on or before 2:00 pm, April 2, 2020.

A detailed Scope of Work and additional information about each project is provided in the Project Specific Scope of Work (SOW) file from the Public Purchase Website. 


http://www.publicpurchase.com/  - Professional Services Number PS#0847

You must be registered with Public Purchase via the above link in order to download the scopes of work.



Homeowners Affected by Current or Past Mining Activity 

If you own property in a community affected by current or past mining activity, we offer homeowner’s subsidence insurance to help you protect your investment. Click here for more information.

Contacting AML

To report hazardous or environmentally threatening conditions associated with mine sites, or to learn more about reclamation, contact us by phone at 307-777-6145.

The Abandoned Mine Land Division is located at 200 West 17th Street, Suite 400 in Cheyenne.  

Click below for the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement Annual Evaluation Summary Report.

Division Resources

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