School Facilities

The School Facilities Division (SFD) assists school districts in the assessing, planning, financing, construction and maintenance of educational facilities across Wyoming.

Working under the direction of the School Facilities Commission (SFC), the SFD is responsible for implementing policies, guidelines, and standards adopted by the Commission, helping districts develop comprehensive, long range facility plans, maintaining a school facilities database comprised of building and facility specific information, and many other duties as outlined in W.S. 21-15-123.

Established as part of the SFC in 2002, the SFD became an independent agency in 2011 when the Legislature enacted Senate File 0110. Further legislation in 2016 made School Facilities a division of a new agency: the State Construction Department (SCD), who also oversees the Construction Management division (CM).

Throughout its evolution, the SFD's core mission has been to provide quality K-12 educational facilities for children across Wyoming. And to that end, the department works to assist school districts in the planning, assessing, financing, construction, and maintenance of schools and support buildings.

Your School Districts - Our Clients

The SFD serves a unique clientele of 48 school districts. These are home to over 92,000 K-12 students and over 26 million square feet of educational facilities.

Since 2002, the state has allocated over $3.6 billion for school facilities program, including appropriations for planning, design, construction, land purchases, and infrastructure (roads, sewers, water supply, telecommunications).

School districts are found in each of Wyoming's 23 counties. Explore the websites to learn more about our district clients.

Wyoming School Districts

Annual Reports & Budget Requests

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Studies & Reports

Capitalization & Asset Preservation Study

In October 2014, the Select Committee on School Facilities directed SFD to review current policies and practices regarding the maintenance of school facilities with the purpose of further preserving the assets invested by the State of Wyoming.

In response, SFD contracted 21st Century School Fund to develop a white paper on asset preservation and capitalization, along with an introductory brochure about the School Facilities Program. Below are links to each: