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Not necessarily. All water belongs to the State of Wyoming, but water rights also go along with the land. You can call the State of Wyoming Surface Water Division for specific information about your property. You will need the physical description of your property, by way of: Section, Township, Range.
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All water is owned by the State of Wyoming.
Yes. If you use any water, you must get a permit from the State Engineer`s Office in Cheyenne. All applications for surface water (irrigation and reservoir, etc.) and/or ground water (wells/springs) can be obtained through the State Engineers` Office in Cheyenne, WY by calling 307-777-7354 or by mailing a request to the State Engineers` Office at:
4th Floor, East
Cheyenne, WY 82002