Park County Clerk
Marriage Licenses are obtained in the County Clerk’s Office. The application for a Wyoming marriage license falls under Wyoming Statutes §20-1-101 through §20-1-113.
- 18 years of age or older
- If 16 or 17, signed parental consent is required
- If 15 or younger, a Judge’s court order is required.
- Driver’s License, Birth Certificate, Military ID, Passport, School ID, etc.
- Although generally not required, it is important to have it available.
Other Information Required From Both Parties:
- Social Security Number
- Current Residential Address
- Date of Birth
- Place of Birth
- Father’s first and last name and state of his birth
- Mother’s first and maiden name and state of her birth
- If applicalble, the number of prior marriages and the date of the last divorce
- $30.00 in cash, check, or debit / credit card payable to the Park County Clerk.
- Certified Copy $5.00.
- There is no waiting period in Wyoming.
- Blood Tests are not required in Wyoming.
- The application expires one year from date of issuance if not used.
- A special use permit is required for ceremonies performed in Yellowstone National park.
Contact: Visitor Services Offices
P.O. Box 168
Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190
The Park County Clerk’s office does not arrange for an official to perform the ceremony. Following is a list of individuals who are qualified to perform marriage ceremonies and have offered their names and contact information. Each official sets his/her own fee and schedule.
Judge James Allison 307-754-5749
*Rev. Mary K. Barbee 307-587-6597
*Rev. Larry Burkhart 307-899-0257
Debra Franklin 307-250-3643
*Sylvia Gams 307-548-7279, 307-548-7111
Pat Honstain 307-254-0011
*John O. Housel 307-587-4216
Tom Keegan 307-587-2385
Sandra S. Kitchen 307-754-2276
Lindsey Krause 307-690-7016
Rev. Dr. Randy Leisey 307-250-2149
Peggy A. Potter 307-587-5994
*Meg Sommers 307-587-3536
Robert Stevens 307-587-9472
*Jill Welch 307-578-8888
*Mathew Winslow 307-587-2385
*Amy Woods 307-272-3090
* Individuals marked with an asterisk may consider performing ceremonies outside of their home towns. This may include areas in Yellowstone National Park, if schedules and circumstances allow.