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City to launch online portal for City Clerk licenses and permits

The platform will allow constituents to apply and pay for City Clerk licenses and permits online.

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Beginning Monday, March 6, the City of Cheyenne will launch a new online permitting and licensing portal powered by cloud software provider OpenGov.

The platform will allow constituents to apply and pay for City Clerk licenses and permits online.

The online portal is available at cheyennewy.viewpointcloud.com/. The site is also accessible on the homepage of www.cheyennecity.org by clicking on the Licenses and Permits icon.

More information on how to utilize the platform can be found below in the FAQ section.

A computer kiosk is available in the City Clerk’s office at 2101 O’Neil Ave., Room 101 for those in need of assistance with completing an online application.  

With this move, the city aims to streamline the application process for constituents and meet business needs in an ever-increasing digital world. With paper applications shifting to a thing of the past, constituents can apply for City Clerk licenses and permits online, communicate directly with staff, and remain apprised of their application status and progression from start to finish.

Other city departments will also transition to the OpenGov platform soon. The city will make those announcements at a later date.

For a brief video overview of OpenGov’s licensing and permitting cloud software, click here.

About OpenGov

Founded in 2012, OpenGov is an industry-leading government software company providing local government cloud services for Budgeting and Planning, Citizen Services including permitting and licensing, Procurement and Reporting and Transparency.

OpenGov’s software is built to meet the unique needs of the public sector. With software that streamlines the business of government, protects customers from risk, drives collaboration and promotes transparency, OpenGov offers the leading multi-tenant software to modernize public administration.

To learn more, visit www.opengov.com.


What is Viewpoint Cloud?

ViewPoint Cloud is the software program that powers the city’s online permitting center. It is a part of OpenGov. With this system, you will be able to submit an online application from anywhere, 24/7; monitor the status of the application online; receive notifications via email as your application is reviewed and processed; request inspections; communicate with inspectors or staff; and receive documents.

How long is it going to take to apply for a permit?

Only a few minutes. The first application may take a few additional steps because of registering and activating your account and then learning the new process.

How do I follow along with the progression of my application?

Once an application is submitted, the applicant will be notified via email if any additional action is required. This includes receiving an email to pay for an application, if staff comments on an application, or if additional documents are needed for the application. You can also log into your account 24/7 to see what departments have completed your application review, what departments are currently reviewing, and what departments have yet to review.

How do I sign up to use Viewpoint?

Go to the website cheyennewy.viewpointcloud.com/.

1. In the upper right-hand corner, click “Sign up.”

2. Enter your email address and enter what you would like your password to be. Note: passwords must have at least eight characters and include one uppercase letter, one lowercase letter and one digit. Log on. Please note: If you do not remember your credentials at any time, click on “Don’t remember your password?” to reset your information.

3. Go back to the upper right-hand corner and click the log on again and select profile. Complete your profile by adding your name, phone number, and address. You will only need to complete your profile once as it will be saved. Please note: You can turn on or off email notifications or reset your password. It is recommended to leave email notifications turned on as you will be notified by email when communicating with the city.

4. Once you’re logged in, follow the steps on each page to complete the applications.