While the COVID-19 pandemic has forced some cancellations and alterations to the festivities, the City of Wyoming plans to celebrate July Fourth with the traditional parade and fireworks.
After more than two months of shutdown due to the COVID-19 crisis, the Wyoming Recreation Center will open again June 1 with a new set of operating procedures to keep guests as safe as possible while the pandemic continues.
The COVID-19 health crisis has claimed yet another victim – the summer swim season. After carefully weighing many factors, from safety concerns to the costs of operation in the middle of a health crisis, the City of Wyoming has made the difficult decision to not open the Aquatic Center for the summer. “While we were hoping that summer activities would be...
The city has started a capital improvement project at the Wyoming Recreation Center that will include two new synthetic turf fields, built-in terraced seating, and a wall ball facility.
The Wyoming Youth Football Association (WYFA) will be making a return this fall season, giving students in grades three through six the chance to learn and play equipment football.
City officials leading the Village Green project will share their vision for the space and answer questions from Wyoming residents at two special Q&A sessions in March.
City leaders unfolded plans for the new Village Green Pavilion on January 29, 2020, in a special presentation at the Wyoming Civic Center hosted by the Wyoming Recreation Foundation.
The Wyoming Recreation Foundation kicks off the Village Green project, a plan to re-design the Village Green to include a new performance pavilion to accommodate changing trends in community events
July's Pics on the Pike at the Wyoming Family Aquatic Center was a great night of fun, games, food, live music, and swimming