Wyoming Plumbing Licenses

Wyoming plumbing licenses are not regulated at the state level. You will need to check with your local municipality to determine what requirements you will need to meet to work legally in your area.

Frequently Asked Questions

Wyoming Plumbing FAQs

What building codes are used in Wyoming?

The Wyoming State Fire Marshal adopted the 2018 IBC, IFC, IMC, IFGC and IEBC. Provisions of the IRC and IPMC are also adopted by reference to the extent that those codes are referenced in the IBC, IFC, IMC and IFGC and contain fire and life-safety provisions.*

  • 2018 International Building Code
  • 2018 International Fire Code
  • 2018 International Fuel Gas Code
  • 2018 International Mechanical Code
  • 2018 International Existing Building Code

*Info directly from the International Code Council

How do I get licensed as a plumber in Wyoming?

Licensing for skilled trades is done at the city or county level in Wyoming. You will need to check with your local regulatory bodies in order to find out what, if any, licensing requirements there are for plumbers in your area.

What does your Wyoming plumber exam prep cover?

  • Administration
  • Definitions
  • General Regulations
  • Plumbing Math
  • Fixtures, Faucets and Fixture Fittings
  • Water Heaters
  • Water Supply & Distribution
  • Sanitary Drainage
  • Indirect and Special Waste
  • Vents
  • Traps, Interceptors and Separators
  • Storm Drainage
  • Appendices
  • Hands-On Practical Application
  • Over 250 Practice Questions & Problems

Municipalities

Provided here is a list of several municipalities known to regulate plumbing in Wyoming.

This list is provided as a convenience only. It is by no means an exhaustive list, and if you do not see your local jurisdiction listed, that does not mean they do not require you to be licensed.

Please contact your local city or county government to determine what licensing rules you need to follow.

Casper
Office of Building and Inspections
200 North David Street
Casper, WY 82601
(307) 235-8400
https://www.casperwy.gov/cms/one.aspx?pageId=77939

Cheyenne
Compliance Division
2101 O’Neil Ave
Cheyenne, WY 82001
(307) 637-6265
https://www.cheyennecity.org/Your-Government/Departments/Compliance-Division

Cody
City Contractors Board
1338 Rumsey Ave
Cody, WY 82414
(307) 527-3469
https://www.cityofcody-wy.gov/131/Obtaining-a-Contractors-License

Gillette
Department of Building Inspection
201 E 5th St, 2nd Floor, City Hall
Gillette, WY 82716
(307) 686-5260
https://www.gillettewy.gov/city-government/departments/development-services/building-inspection

Green River
Department of Building Inspection

50 E 2nd N Street
Green River, WY 82935
(307) 872-6140
https://cityofgreenriver.org/87/Building-Inspection

Jackson
Office of Planning and Building
150 E Pearl Avenue
Jackson, WY 83001
(307) 733-0440 ext 1352
https://www.jacksonwy.gov/184/Contractor-Licensing

Lander
Building Department
240 Lincoln Street
Lander, WY 82520
(307) 330-7516
https://www.landerwyoming.org/departments/building_department/index.php

Rawlins
Department of Community Development
915 3rd Street
Rawlins, WY 82301
(307) 328-4599
http://www.rawlins-wyoming.com/292/Community-Development

Sheridan
Building Department
55 Grinnell Plaza
Sheridan, WY 82801
(307) 674-5941
https://www.sheridanwy.gov/cms/one.aspx?pageId=15554960

Torrington
Building Department
436 E 22nd Avenue
Torrington, WY 82240
(307) 532-4213
https://www.torringtonwy.gov/154/Building-Department

Professional Development FAQs

What is professional development?

Things in the plumbing industry change often. As a professional in your trade it is important to keep your knowledge base up to date so you can make practical decisions for your business. Professional development courses are designed to help you improve your industry knowledge. Whether you are looking for information on new avenues to pursue in your business, wanting to brush up on best practices, or are just interested in learning about a particular topic: professional development is for you!

Is professional development the same as continuing education?

Professional development is different from continuing education. Continuing education courses are mandatory courses that your licensing body wants you to take in order to maintain your license.

About the Courses

Once I order the course, how long before I can start?

You may begin immediately! Simply click the Login button in the upper right-hand corner on your desktop or in the upper-right menu on mobile. Once you’ve entered your login and password, you will be taken to your courses. Follow the instructions and enjoy!

Once I start an online course, will I be able to start and stop at anytime?

Our courses are available online 24/7 and you are able to log in and log out at any time during the course. If you are going to be away from your computer for more than 10-15 minutes, simply log out. When you log back in, you will be able to re-enter the lesson you were last in.

How long do your continuing education courses take to complete?

Continuing education requirements vary by state. Each course lists a minimum number of credit hours required to complete the course.

How long do your exam prep courses take to complete?

Each course lists the total amount of hours for the course. However, we cover materials quickly and many contractors like to re-watch materials. In other words, this question really depends on your learning style. We recommend that you go through the course as many times as you need to be comfortable with the material and any applicable reference books. The more familiar you are with the materials, the better you will do on your exam!

How long do I have the courses?

We allow up to 6 months for you to complete the courses. During the six months you have unlimited, 24/7 access. If you need additional time, please contact our offices to arrange an extension (please note: a fee may apply).

Are there tests in the courses?

This varies depending on whether the course is continuing education or exam prep.

There are no quizzes for continuing education courses in Michigan. All other states with continuing education require quizzes to check completion progress.

In exam prep courses there will be a short quiz at the end of each lesson and there is also a longer practice test at the end of each course. These quizzes and tests will help you practice taking an exam and identify areas you may wish to study more.

If I fail a practice test, do I have to take it again?

Practice tests are just that: for practice. You will have the opportunity to retake the practice tests until you do pass. The practice tests are there to help you get used to the process of using your reference materials and finding the correct answers during an exam. If you don’t pass on the first try, take the time to note what sections of the material you need to review.

Once I complete a course, can I still go back and review the lessons and quizzes?

You are able to review the lessons and quizzes at any time during the six months you’ll have access to the courses.