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Discover Homes Designed by Wyoming Architect Walter Cordes

The variety of architecture in Wyoming enhances our community's charm and sense of history. The work of one local architect, Walter Cordes, adds a particular flair to Wyoming's architectural variety with his unique designs that ranged from Tudor Revival to Cape Cod to Modern.

Take a 1.2-Mile Walk to See Wyoming’s Homes Built From Sears...

Nowadays you may have to drive far to find a Sears, Roebuck & Company retail store, but houses built from Sears kits are easy to find here in Wyoming.

Gardeners in Wyoming Harvest Some Pandemic Stress Relief Along with Homegrown...

In Wyoming, vegetable plots popped up all over the city, while newcomers and veterans alike enjoyed the city’s recently relocated community gardens, too.

Send Us Your Creative Halloween Solutions!

What's Up Wyoming is seeking photos of the creative ideas residents are employing to enjoy Halloween trick-or-treat in 2020.  

Learn about Wyoming’s Early 20th Century Architecture on a One-Mile Walk...

Get a map and walking directions to see seven homes on Wentworth Avenue, Wilmuth Avenue, Springfield Pike, and Burns Avenue that represent the architectural variety of the early 20th century

Wyoming Fine Arts Center Announces New Executive Director

The Wyoming Fine Arts Center has announced Julie Collinsworth at their new Executive Director. 

Kindervelt Offers Pre-Sale of Holiday Greens

Kindervelt #8 of Wyoming is offering their beautiful wreaths and greens for pre-order, with pickup or delivery available.

Wyoming Announces 2020 Beautification Awards

The City of Wyoming has doled out its annual beautification awards, recognizing nine homes this year for extraordinary efforts in urban forestry, landscaping and historic preservation.

Fall Events Coming Soon

Shop Wyoming virtually and enjoy a choice of drive in movies at the Rec Center parking lot.

Donuts and Hot Chocolate Make Civics Lessons More Fun

Wyoming Mayor Thaddeus Hoffmeister sweetened a little lesson in government with treats this past Saturday for a small group of students in grades six through 12.