According to Section 13
of the Natrona County Licensing Rules and Regulations
, “all licenses shall expire on the last day of each calendar year. Licenses are renewed annually. If a license is not renewed within the one-year period the license will be considered null and void, and a new application shall be filed and new application (initial) fee paid. Any work done by any person for whom a license is required that is performed prior to obtaining a valid license is a violation of these rules.”
License – Insurance Requirements. Every contractor granted a license of any kind under the terms of this chapter shall be required as a condition of receiving and holding said license to maintain, at all times, employer’s liability insurance and workman’s compensation insurance (if employee are hired by such contractor) and public liability insurance of a minimum limit of not less than one hundred thousand dollars for personal injury or death of one person; three hundred thousand dollars for personal injury or death of all persons arising out of any one incident; property damage insurance with a minimum limit of not less than one hundred thousand dollars for one incident and shall furnish the county a certificate that such insurance is maintained.
Violation – Penalty. In addition to the revocation and suspension of any license as provided in this chapter, any person who violates any provisions of this chapter, or any rule or regulation promulgated hereunder, is guilty of a misdemeanor, the penalty for which may result in a fine of up to $750 for each offense (W.S. 18-5-206). Each day’s continuation of such violation may constitute a separate offense (W.S. 18-5-204).
If you have any questions or want to make sure the contractor is still current on licensing, call (307) 235-9435 between the hours of 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday.