Diamondville Town Hall will be closed on January 15, 2024.
Lincoln County has a unique geography encompassing over 4000 square miles; therefore, the Lincoln County Emergency Communications Center is divided into two offices located respectively in Afton and Kemmerer. Both offices are staffed with a dispatcher 24 hours a day. Dispatchers not only answer both emergency and non-emergency calls, dispatching law enforcement officers, EMS, fire, and search and rescue personnel to calls from both residents and visitors in Lincoln County. The Communications Center is also the liaison for Wyoming Highway Patrol for incidents on the local highways and provides assistance when requested. In case of emergency, dial 911. To reach the LCSO Kemmerer Communication Center for non-emergency services, dial (307) 877-3971, option 4.
Launched in February 2011, Wyoming 211 is a statewide helpline and website which provides free, confidential, health and human services information and referral. By dialing 211 or visiting the website, Wyomingites can connect to information about local resources from both government and nonprofit agencies.
Wyoming 211 makes it easy to find food, housing, job training and much more. Wyoming 211 provides the most current and comprehensive database of community resources in the State of Wyoming (over 2600 listings!), which serves as a central access point for connecting Wyoming's residents to community resources. By simply dialing the number 2-1-1 or searching the website, people can connect to help when they need it.
South Lincoln Medical Center is a designated Critical Access Hospital, as defined by the Office of Rural Health Policy, part of the Health Resources & Services Administration of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. The Critical Access Hospital (CAH) Program was established to aid in the continuation of healthcare services for rural residents.
The Kemmerer Volunteer Fire Department protects the South Lincoln Fire District. The Volunteer Firefighter serves the community by responding to a wide variety of situations, ranging from emergencies that immediately threaten life or property to routine citizen requests for information or assistance. They perform within the scope of the policies and procedures of the Kemmerer Fire Department and they perform duties in the following general categories: fire suppression, emergency medical aid or rescue, hazardous material responses, training, and public education. The Volunteer FF normally works under the supervision of a Department officer and is expected to function effectively as part of a highly trained team.
Lincoln County Search and Rescue (LCSAR) is a totally volunteer organization dedicated to finding lost and injured individuals and returning them to safety or the proper care. LCSAR operates at the direction of the Lincoln County Sheriff within the political boundaries of Lincoln County, Wyoming. Upon the request of other agencies and with the approval of the Lincoln County Sheriff, LCSAR can operate outside the county.