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Parade and Fireworks Scheduled for 2020 Fourth of July Celebration

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.

Free WiFi Available in Wyoming’s Business District, Village Green

If working from home has you feeling a little hemmed in, you can now take your laptop to Wyoming’s Village Green and enjoy a little fresh air while you take care of business

Restaurants, Stores About to Open; Hoping for an Enthusiastic Response from...

On May 15, retail shops and restaurants will turn the lights on once again and greet customers!

City Makes Difficult Decision Not to Open Aquatic Center for Summer...

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...

Have Questions About the Village Green Re-Design? Here’s Your Chance to...

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.

Wyoming Hosts Kick-Off Event to Share Plans for Village Green and...

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.

Wyoming City Council Passes DORA Legislation

This week, Wyoming City Council voted to pass the DORA (Designated Outdoor Recreation Area) legislation.

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Proposed Electric Aggregation to be Discussed at Town Meeting

The City Council of Wyoming will hold a public meeting Wednesday, October 16, at 7:00 pm to discuss the upcoming vote regarding electric aggregation.

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.