At the October 25 Committee of the Whole, Wyoming City Manager Rusty Herzog set forth the City’s response to the DEI Task Force report, pledging immediate action on many of their recommendations.
The newly formed Wyoming Independent Restaurant Association, which held its first event back in June, is presenting Wyoming Walk-a-Bite, a progressive dinner walking tour, on Saturday, Oct. 9
The City of Wyoming welcomed new public works director Rob Nicolls earlier this year, its first new leader in the department in nearly two decades.
On July 22 Wyoming City Council announced that Acting City Manager Rusty Herzog was hired as the new City Manager for Wyoming
Wyoming City Council will hold a public hearing July 19 on a proposal to permit the property at 333 Oliver Road (known as the Stearns House) to operate as an owner-occupied bed and breakfast.
The Wyoming Civic Center now includes a welcoming 798-square foot patio at the front of the building, equipped with tables and seating, umbrellas, a seat wall and patio heaters for cooler weather.
Junk Day returns to the springtime in Wyoming, after being postponed due to COVID in 2020. But last year also saw the rousing success of the city’s first Upcycle Day, and organizers hope to build on that this time around.