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The Hoback Basin is approximately ten miles from end to end, aligned along the braids of the Hoback River and bisected by Scenic Byway, Wyoming Highway 189/191.

The Basin has no commercial town center, although residents proudly patronize the Elk Horn bar/convenience store/gas station, the seasonal Branding Iron Cafe, and the Bondurant post office (zip 82922).

At the heart of the valley, the community's two historic buildings - St. Hubert the Hunter Church and the Library - are central to the community's social and historic fabric. The population strongly supports a volunteer Fire Department and Elementary School.

Sublette County Planning & Zoning

Zoning Change Proposed in the Upper Hoback: a local resident has proposed a zoning change for parcels on the Upper Hoback Road, from the existing Zone A-1 to a proposed xxx. Follow the link for project information provided by community members.

Ongoing community endeavors:

Save Our School: the Bondurant Elementary School may lose its funding from the State due to its small size (seven students, grades K-4). Follow the link to see how you can help.

Yellow Ribbon Program, Christmas 2010. Follow the link to to ensure that as many of our deployed personnel as possible know Wyoming residents are thinking of them during the season.

Box Tops is all about the difference one can make. This year, our goal is to raise $1000 for the Bondurant School classroom. Click here to read about five easy, everyday ways you can help.

Annual Events:

The Bondurant Community Club (BCC) organizes social events and fund raisers, publishes a semi-regular newsletter of valley happenings, assists residents in need, and helps to maintain the historic buildings.

The BCC hosts many annual events to which all residents and guests are invited:

Recent Special Events:

Harley Walker Benefit, March 13 2010

Last updated June 28, 2020.
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