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North Springfield Pike Sees Improvements

The improvements to North Springfield Pike have included refreshed landscaping and an enhanced streetscape, but the project represents much more.

Meet Your New 2022 City Council Members

The November 2021 election saw the biggest field of candidates that the city. When the votes were counted, the new Council members were Daniel Driehaus, April Robles, Melissa Monich, Grant Hoffman, and Chris Woodside.

Special Use Designation Sought for Stearns House after Potential B&B Proposed

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.

New Fields Near Completion at Wyoming Recreation Center

Over the past eight months, the community has watched as unused green space at the Wyoming Recreation Center property was transformed into two new multi-use turf athletic fields.

New Fields, Improvements Being Installed at Recreation Center

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.

Recreation and Entertainment Changes Coming to Wyoming

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

Why, Oh, Why, Springfield Pike?

We’re into another season of roadwork on Springfield Pike. Here are 8 reasons to (try to) be happy about it.

City to Consider Change in Building Code for Historic Homes

A possible building code change for homes in Wyoming's Historic District is being considered at Monday's City Council Meeting.

Walter Cordes:  A Significant Architect for Wyoming

The variety of architecture in Wyoming gives our community its charm and sense of history. One local architect, Walter Cordes, designed over 40 homes in Wyoming during the 20th century, with an impressive range of styles.

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.
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