• High School (former) Addition - Green River WY
    An addition to the former high school in Green River, Wyoming was constructed as a federal Public Works Administration (P.W.A.) project during the Great Depression. Construction was completed in 1937. The exact location and status of the facility is unknown to Living New Deal. PWA Docket No. WY 1030-D
  • Highway Improvements - Rock Springs to Green River WY
    Civil Works Administration projects in Wyoming included "shaping up and graveling shoulders on both sides of state highway between Rock Springs and Green River, cleaning out ditches and culverts on same road."
  • Island Park Development - Green River WY
    The Civil Works Administration (CWA) worked to improve the conditions at Island Park in Green River, Wyoming. Cassity: "In Green River, Island Park was leveled with traditional cut and fill methods to raise the low spots so that flood water from Green River would no longer stand, and this was followed by installing lawn, roads, and paths."
  • Street Improvements - Green River WY
    Multiple street improvement projects in Green River, Wyoming were undertaken with the aid of federal Public Works Administration (PWA) funds. The first P.W.A. grant-supported project was undertaken in 1936 to 1937, and the second in 1938 to 1939. (PWA Docket Nos. WY 1048, 1078)
  • Sweetwater County Courthouse (former) Improvements - Green River WY
    The Civil Works Administration (CWA) conducted improvement and repair work at the former Sweetwater County Courthouse in Green River, Wyoming. Cassity: "In Green River, CWA workers not only painted and renovated the exterior and interior but also the furniture and fixtures of the courthouse."