Office of State Lands and Investments

**Due to the recent increase in positive COVID-19 cases among state employees, the Office of State Lands and Investments' onsite staff capacity has become extremely limited. We remain open for business, but ask our customers to utilize phone and web-based communications as much as possible. Please CONTACT US to address your needs or to book an appointment, and SUBSCRIBE to receive email updates. Thank you for your understanding and patience as we take steps to ensure the safety of our employees, customers, and all Wyoming citizens.**

Many users of State Trust Lands have been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 virus. Thus, the Board of Land Commissioners has asked the Office of State Lands and Investments (OSLI) to work with its land users to determine if any administrative relief exists on a case by case basis. It's important to know that OSLI may not be able to offer relief in every case, but will work to ensure relief is supplied where possible to aid in viable business activities going forward, while also maintaining a fiduciary mission to the State's trust beneficiaries. If you have any questions, please contact OSLI at (307) 777-3428.

Thank you and stay safe!

Jenifer Scoggin, Director

OSLI is happy to announce our new Land & Lease Map Viewer Beta. This application provides information regarding OSLI land assets and leases that are under the jurisdiction of the State Board of Land Commissioners.

Use the map viewer to:

  • Search/view state surface and subsurface ownership

  • Search/view surface and mineral leases on state land

  • Search/view state land public access

  • Search/view restrictions and closures on state land

  • Download certain data sets

Click here to access the map viewer.

Online Services

DISCLAIMER: “The State of Wyoming and its agencies make no express or implied warranties as to these services and the data they display. Users of this information should review or consult the primary data and information sources to ascertain the reliability or usability of the information. The State of Wyoming and its agencies assume no liability associated with the use or misuse of this information and specifically retain sovereign immunity and all defenses available to them by law.”