Water Infrastructure Asset Management

Wyoming includes asset management in its Capacity Development self-assessment questionnaire and encourages all water systems to create asset management plans. Construction permits require approved operations and maintenance manuals prior to commissioning.

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Water systems that use MentorAPM can easily report on asset management metrics for capacity development questionnaires.

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State Asset Management

Opportunities and Obligations


  • A Capacity Development Self-Assessment Questionnaire (that includes asset management) is required for all loan recipients.


  • All new or modified community and non-community non-transient water systems are required to demonstrate capacity development, which includes asset management questions.
  • Construction permits require an approved operations and maintenance manual, that includes an asset management plan, for each new or modified facility prior to start-up.


  • Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality (WDEQ) provides trainings and events to encourage all PWSs to develop asset management plans.
  • WDEQ works with PWSs and technical assistance providers with implementing their asset management plan.
  • WDEQ has online asset management spreadsheets and guidance documents.
  • Asset management questions are in the Capacity Development Self-Assessment Questionnaire.


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