Superior, Wyoming is located just 23 miles east from Rock Springs nestled at the foot of the panoramic Continental Divide. 


We invite you to enjoy a modern day voyage into yesteryear to a town forgotten by time.  Superior remains a diamond in the rough for those seeking real adventure in authentic old west sightseeing.  In its heyday, Superior was a bustling town of over 3,000, lured by underground coal mines.  Today, only 336 hearty souls keep this isolated “Ghost Town” alive. 


The Journey: A Tale of a Wyoming Boy

by Harry K Porter Jr.
"The Journey" is a story of a small boy living in a small coal mining town in Superior, Wyoming. He describes the people, culture and history of the town making it an exciting read.  His story starts as a small boy and ends when getting married and moving away. He adds humor and interesting facts that will make you laugh and not want to put the book down.
The Journey:  A Tale of a Wyoming Boy sells on as a paperback


Location: Town of Superior, 3 N. Main Street Modular building, Superior, Wyoming.

SALE OF TOWN OF SUPERIOR SURPLUS PROPERTY. A selection of items will be offered including chairs, doors, vinyl lattice panels, flower pots, Christmas decorations and lights, picnic table, tires, truck bumper, receiver hitch, bike rack, playground equipment, light fixtures, vanities, windows, floodlight, spot/flood lights, fire department memorabilia, floor scrubber, street signs, display cases, book case, tables, coffee table, couch, desk lamps, folding chairs, light bar, flag pole, old voting booths, bakers rack, furnaces and other various other items.

Bids will be accepted through Thursday, August 11, 2016 by 5:00pm, at the Administration Building, 3 N. Main Street, Superior, WY 82945. All successful bidders will be notified by telephone on August 12, 2016 between 8:00am and 10:00am. Successful bidders will be required to make payment at the Town Clerk’s office prior to removal of items. Items shall be required to be removed on Saturday, August 13, 2016 between the hours of 8:00am to 3:00pm.


Superior native authors new community history

The story of this town - really the story of two towns - is told in a new local history book.  Images of America:  Superior and South Superior by Frank Prevedel.  The book was released June 2011.  All profits from the book will benefit the Sweetwater County Museum Foundation.  The book is part of the Images of America series published by Arcadia Publishing.  These books are designed to tell a community's story through photographs.  The majority of images from Superior and South Superior were provided by the Sweetwater County Historical Museum, others by the Rock Springs Historical Museum, the Superior Museum, the Wyoming State Archives, the American Heritage Center of the University of Wyoming, the New Studio, the author's collection, and numerous individuals. 

The book Superior and South Superior are available for purchase from the Clerks Office in the Administration Building for $21.99 each. 
Superior and South Superior, Wyoming (Images of America Series)


Notice is hereby given that the Town of Superior, A Wyoming Municipal Corporation, will sell the following described personal property by public sale:


Superior Original Town, Block 7, Lots 30, 31, 32 (Minimum bid $4728.75)

STIPULATION: Within 1 year of acquiring property, the structure must be tore down or brought up to building code.


Said personal property to be sold by sealed bid which bid shall be submitted in writing to the Town of Superior, Town Clerk, P.O. Box 40, Superior WY 82945 no later than 4:45 pm on August 10, 2016. Each bid shall include the name, address, and amount offered by the bidder. Said personal property shall be sold to the highest responsible bidder. No bids less than $4728.75 will be considered for the personal property. The Town of Superior reserves the right to reject any and all bids which may be submitted hereby. This personal property is being sold “AS IS”, WITH NO WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED.


Terms shall be for cash at closing upon delivery. All sales are final.

Town Clerk Office Hours
Monday - Thursday 7:30am-5pm

Maintenance Shop Hours
Monday - Friday 6:30am-4pm

Lunch from 12-12:30pm for both

Transfer Station Hours
Thur 9am-5pm
Fri 9am-5pm
Sat 9am-5pm