• City Hall - Cody WY
    Cody, Wyoming's City Hall (originally Town Hall) was constructed as a federal Public Works Administration (P.W.A.) project during the Great Depression. The P.W.A. supplied a $14,400 grant for the project, whose total cost was $32,660. Construction occurred between Oct. 1938 and Apr. 1939. The New Deal structure has been expanded into a larger facility. PWA Docket No. WY 1077
  • Park County Hatchery (former) Development - Cody WY
    The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) worked to develop a fish hatchery at the Park County Hatchery near Cody, Wyoming. "The 1935-1936 biennium was a heyday of improvements and construction. ... WPA labor built a new log hatchery building with 36 steel troughs, water system improvements, and landscaping at the Cody hatchery." The location and status of this project is presently unknown to Living New Deal.
  • Riverside Cemetery - Cody WY
    The Civil Works Administration (CWA) conducted work at what Living New Deal believes is Riverside Cemetery (a.k.a. Cody Cemetery) in Cody, Wyoming. Cassity: "Several cemeteries were fenced and improved, such as that in Cody, and the old cemetery at Green River was removed and the graves transferred to a site at the new cemetery—all with CWA workers."
  • Spirit Mountain Road - Cody WY
    The Civil Works Administration (CWA) and Federal Emergency Relief Administration (FERA) constructed the first three miles of Spirit Mountain Road, west of Cody, Wyoming. Casper Star-Tribune: "Completion cf a three-mile road up the mountain that turns off the main highway about as many miles west of Cody will make this natural cavern easily accessible, and assurance is given that the work will be finished this year. Started and carried on first as a CWA project, it was continued last year under the ERA with good results, and when completed will stand an engineering achievement. Many difficulties were experienced on account of...
  • Yellowstone Regional Airport Development - Cody WY
    The Civil Works Administration (CWA) worked to construct / develop an airport in Cody, Wyoming. The airport is likely a precursor on the same site as what is now Yellowstone Regional Airport.