The Government of the Town of Superior consists of the Mayor and four Council members. 


Council Meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of every month at 7:00 pm in the Administration Building Meeting Room.  If you are an individual with an organization and wish to speak to the Town  Council or have a request l you must call and have your name, organization with subject matter placed on the agenda under the 'Visitor' section.  No comment will be taken until you are acknowledged by the Mayor; raise your hand, once acknowledged please stand, introduce yourself, and state your comment.  During public comment please use proper language, courtesy and no discrimination.  Agenda's are posted the day before the scheduled Council meeting so please call as soon as possible to have your name placed on the agenda.


Minutes of all meetings are available upon request at the Clerk’s office during regular business hours.   


Town Ordinances/Town Code are available upon request at the Clerk’s office.   


Town Elections are held on the 2nd Tuesday in May every two years of all even numbered years.  The town elections are held in the Administration Building Meeting Room. 


Unless otherwise specifically provided by law, all municipalities are governed by the laws regulating statewide elections.  The town of Superior enacted a Charter Ordinance in 1986 to elect to conduct elections pursuant to the terms of its charter ordinance and not in the same manner as statewide elections.  All municipal offices are nonpartisan, and municipal officers must be qualified electors whose residence is in the municipality.  A candidate must be a registered voter and a resident of the municipality and shall not be an employee of the municipality.  The town clerk of the town of Superior shall be the chief election officer for town elections.


Registered to vote?  If you are not registered to vote, you may do so at the Clerk’s office during regular business hours or at the Sweetwater County Court House in Green River.  Any registered voter residing in precincts in the town may vote in its election.  A person may register to vote not less than 30 days before the town election who satisfies the following qualifications: is a citizen of the U.S.; at least 18 years of age; resident of Wyoming; not currently adjudicated mentally incompetent; has not been convicted of a felony or if convicted has had civil rights restored; members of the armed forces.  

If you are not sure if you are registered call the Sweetwater County Elections Department at 922-5212.


Mayor/Council members


Administration for 2014-2018/2016-2020:



Term ends 2018                    Roe Miller


Council Members:                  Terms ends 2020

  Council position 1                Vacant

  Council position 2                Jerry Maes


                                           Terms end 2018

  Council position 3                Theressa Wolf

  Council position 4                Myron Wolf