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New Program Offers a Warm Welcome to Wyoming’s Newest (and Youngest) Residents

New this month, Wyoming Fire & EMS will add another warm greeting to the list: Welcome Home Wyoming Baby!

Civic Center Renovation Honors Mid-Century Roots With Modern Style, Clean Lines

WhatsUpWyoming.com got an early glimpse into the newly remodeled Wyoming Civic Center recently and here’s what we found.

New Wyoming City Council Members Take Their Seats

Three new Wyoming residents have joined City Council this month after the elections in November.

Leaf Collection Returns for Fall

From now through December 12, city crews will be around to take leaves off your hands with no need for bagging or burning.

Renovations Underway at Wyoming Civic Center

Work has begun to update the historic Wyoming Civic Center, a building that dates to 1949.

Wyoming Dedicates New Historical and Memorial Markers

August was a busy month for dedications in Wyoming with two new historical markers and a new park bench near the middle school dedicated to a former City police officer.

Want to Own the Wyoming Water Tower or Burns Avenue? You Can if You Play Wyoming-Opoly

Wyoming-Opoly

The all-Wyoming version of the classic family-favorite board game is now available for sale at the Wyoming Historical Society and the City offices for $30

Construction Underway on Newest Leg of Hike/Bike Trail

Wyoming Hike Bike trail construction

The initial construction phase for the next link in Wyoming’s Hike/Bike Trail that will connect the current trail with Oak Park has begun.

Fire Chief Jim Benken Remembered

James “Jim” Benken, who served Wyoming since 1966 with the Fire & EMS Department, was remembered this week for his dedication in a memorial service at the Wyoming Fire Department.