Savery, Wyoming

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Savery, Wyoming
Unincorporated community
A view of Savery and the Little Snake River Museum.
A view of Savery and the Little Snake River Museum.
Savery, Wyoming is located in Wyoming
Savery, Wyoming
Savery, Wyoming
Location within the state of Wyoming
Coordinates: 41°1′30″N 107°26′59″W / 41.02500°N 107.44972°W / 41.02500; -107.44972Coordinates: 41°1′30″N 107°26′59″W / 41.02500°N 107.44972°W / 41.02500; -107.44972
Country United States
State Wyoming
County Carbon
Elevation 6,473 ft (1,973 m)
Time zone Mountain (MST) (UTC-7)
 • Summer (DST) MDT (UTC-6)
ZIP codes 82332
GNIS feature ID 1593956[1]

Savery is an unincorporated community in southeastern Carbon County, Wyoming, United States, on the upper Little Snake River. It lies along WYO 70 south of the city of Rawlins, the county seat of Carbon County.[2] Its elevation is 6,473 feet (1,973 m).[1] Although Savery is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 82332.[3]

Public education in the community of Savery is provided by Carbon County School District #1.

Two recent state representatives, the late George R. Salisbury, Jr., and his son-in-law, Patrick F. O'Toole, both Democrats, came from Savery. O'Toole and his wife, Sharon Salisbury O'Toole, still operate the Ladder Ranch, founded by George Salisbury's ancestors.[4]

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