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Coming to Compton Road: A Sidewalk

Wyoming, known for its walkable streets and shady trees, is gaining a new sidewalk. That’s right, a sidewalk expansion is coming to Compton Road.

New LED Street Lights Will Save City Thousands on Utility Costs

New LED street lights set to be in place by February will save the city thousands on utility expenses every month due to their ultra-high efficiency.

City to Move Forward With a Number of Recommendations From DEI...

At the October 25 Committee of the Whole, Wyoming City Manager Rusty Herzog set forth the City’s response to the DEI Task Force report, pledging immediate action on many of their recommendations. 

How Wyoming’s All-Inclusive Playground Came to Be

This $450,000 project will transform Wyoming's Crescent Park playground, which sits steps away from the city’s business district, into a state-of-the-art, all-inclusive playground

City Charter Amendments On The Ballot

When Wyoming residents head to the polls on November 2nd, in addition to City Council and School Board candidates, they will find proposed amendments to the City Charter.

Meet Brooke Brady – Wyoming’s New Police Chief

When Brooke Brady was offered the job as Chief of the City of Wyoming Police Department, she knew it would provide challenges. She also knew it was a tremendous opportunity.

Four facts about Rob Nicolls, Wyoming’s new public works director

The City of Wyoming welcomed new public works director Rob Nicolls earlier this year, its first new leader in the department in nearly two decades.

Rusty Herzog Named City Manager after Nationwide Search

On July 22 Wyoming City Council announced that Acting City Manager Rusty Herzog was hired as the new City Manager for Wyoming

Wyoming Police Now Equipped with Body Cameras

Through the generosity of a local resident and careful city budgeting, all police officers in uniform at the Wyoming Police Department are now wearing body cameras. 

Vandalism Incident Inspires Friends and Neighbors to Show Support for Family,...

In early December, Bill and Michele Fitzpatric discovered the rainbow colored pride flag they had flown for many months had been taken from their porch, burned and then left near the street.