Wyoming’s roads belong to everyone, so everyone should feel safe on them.
We’re fighting to end impaired driving in Wyoming.
Driving impaired is unacceptable because risking other’s lives is unacceptable. And yet, it’s an issue that’s faced Wyoming for years. In 2011, Governor Matt Mead created the Governor’s Council on Impaired Driving with one goal in mind: to end it.
Today, we continue that mission. We collect up-to-date statistics. We educate about the issues and public safety concerns. And we support strategies and programs that combat impaired driving.
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Message from Governor Mark Gordon
Too many lives continue to be lost in this country, and in our state, as a result of individuals who choose to get behind the wheel of their vehicles while impaired by alcohol or drugs. The risk to the safety of every citizen and visitor to Wyoming is real. Identifying and implementing strategies that will effectively reduce the number of impaired drivers in our state requires a dedicated and focused effort.
That is why I have decided to have the Governor’s Council on Impaired Driving continue its efforts to reduce impaired driving in Wyoming as a part of my administration. The Council has been effective in identifying issues and implementing strategies to address those concerns since its creation. Although much has been done, there is much more to do. The Council provides a forum for discussion, facilitates research and implements strategies to reduce impaired driving in Wyoming. The work performed by the Council is a critical part of our efforts to enhance public safety.
Every road is special to someone. Don’t drive them impaired.