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Learn about Wyoming’s Early 20th Century Architecture on a One-Mile Walk...

Get a map and walking directions to see seven homes on Wentworth Avenue, Wilmuth Avenue, Springfield Pike, and Burns Avenue that represent the architectural variety of the early 20th century

Take a Walk and Enjoy Wyoming’s Architectural Variety

To help you appreciate the city's charming variety of homes during your outings, What's Up Wyoming has updated six posts on the significant architecture styles in Wyoming, with suggested walking tours to see specific homes described in each post.

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.

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.

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.

City Seeks Developer Proposals For Infill Project

If you’re a developer, designer, or builder, the City of Wyoming wants your proposals for an infill project.

“America’s Super Heroes” Theme for Wyoming 4th of July Parade

Independence Day begins with the Wyoming 4th of July Parade through town. Neighborhoods, streets, families, and civic groups march to show their take on this year’s theme, “America’s Super Heroes.”

Windows of Wyoming Installed on Oak Avenue

A few of Wyoming's historic luminary figures now gaze out from "windows" on the Oak Ave. side of the brick building at 500 Wyoming Ave.