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Wyoming Crew Helps with Dayton Tornado Relief

When the folks living in the tornado-ravaged communities of Dayton needed help with clean-up earlier this month, Wyoming answered the call.

Help the City Design a New Performance Pavilion

The city has announced an open design contest for a new performance pavilion on the Village Green that will enhance events and programming. 

Wyoming World Food and Music Festival… a Local Hit

On Saturday, May 11, Wyoming’s Village Green filled with tables, blankets, belly dancers and a drum-circle beat for the city’s first annual World Food and Music Festival

Speed Humps Installed on Congress Run

New speed humps installed on Congress Run shows how citizen engagement can lead to a positive outcome.

New Community Gardens to Open Spring 2019

Brand new community gardens are set to re-launch in a new location – a neighborhood setting on the east side of Van Roberts .

Towards A Healthier Tree Population

There's been a lot of talk about the tree removal that taking place as part of the Springfield Pike reconstruction project. Rumors would have you believe that there will be no trees left on the Pike when the it completes, but reality is quite different. 

Kid-Led Mini-Grants Help Make Schools and City a Little Greener

Wyoming elementary students helped add to the City’s total recycling yield, making the city greener, and the City gave back to the kids by way of an innovative new environmental mini-grant program.

New Playground at North Park a Community Project

Kat Schaefer had always wanted a nearby playground for her four kids to walk to from her home on Chestnut Avenue.  Saturday, her wish was granted. 

Wyoming enters into agreement allowing residents to participate in “Get...

Reflecting its heritage as Cincinnati's first true suburb, Wyoming is one of the first suburbs outside of the county seat to enter into an agreement with the Greater Cincinnati Energy Alliance (GCEA) that will allow our residents to participate in GCEA’s “Solarize Cincy” and “Get Efficient” programs.

Love for Animals Prompted Eighth Grader to Take Civic Action

Lily Rosenberg's love of animals and desire for a dog inspired her to write to Wyoming City Council about its law regarding the number of dogs per household.