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Retired City of Wyoming Dump Truck Sees New Life as Crash Attenuator

Posted on Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Retired City of Wyoming Dump Truck Sees New Life as Crash Attenuator
A former City of Wyoming dump truck has found new life as a crash attenuator vehicle for the City’s Public Safety Department – Fire Division. The refurbished attenuator, which would have cost $127,000 if purchased new, was built by City staff for less than half the cost. The crash att... Read More ›

Wyoming Director of Police and Fire Services James E. Carmody Announces Retirement

Posted on Monday, February 05, 2018

Wyoming Director of Police and Fire Services James E. Carmody Announces Retirement
After an award-winning career spanning more than four decades, Wyoming Director of Police and Fire Services Chief James E. Carmody has announced his retirement, effective April 26. Chief Carmody has served in his role since 2006, leading a team of nearly 130 full-time personnel, including 86 swor... Read More ›

Public Works Department Shares Capital Improvement Plans

Posted on Thursday, January 25, 2018

Public Works Department Shares Capital Improvement Plans
The City of Wyoming Public Works Department recently held a public meeting to share details about its Capital Improvement Program. Specifically, the department shared information about the projects that are scheduled for 2018-2020. They include the following: 2018 Street Construction 56th S... Read More ›

New Proposal for 56th and Wilson Ave

Posted on Wednesday, January 17, 2018

New Proposal for 56th and Wilson Ave
An updated plan has been submitted by the Granger Group for their property at 56th and Wilson Ave SW. At its January 16 meeting, the Planning Commission voted to defer a decision on the plan for a month. It will be reconsidered at the February 20 meeting. Click HERE for a link to the full pl... Read More ›

First Public Meeting Planned for Gezon Park Master Plan Design

Posted on Monday, January 15, 2018

First Public Meeting Planned for Gezon Park Master Plan Design
There are new possibilities on the horizon for Wyoming’s Gezon Park. The City of Wyoming’s Community Services Division is looking for ideas on the future design of the park at its first public meeting. On Thursday, January 18, the city plans to unveil the results of its initial electr... Read More ›

Wyoming Mayor Jack Poll to Deliver State of the City Address

Posted on Thursday, January 11, 2018

Wyoming Mayor Jack Poll to Deliver State of the City Address
The community is invited to attend Wyoming Mayor Jack Poll’s annual State of the City Address on Monday, January 15, at 7:00 p.m. The Address will be delivered at the beginning of the regularly scheduled City Council meeting in the Council Chambers of Wyoming City Hall, 1155 28th St. SW. Indiv... Read More ›

Gezon Park Master Planning Process To Begin With Online Survey December 26

Posted on Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Gezon Park Master Planning Process To Begin With Online Survey December 26
There are great things on the horizon for Gezon Park! Mark your calendars to share your input to help shape the future of Gezon. We will share the link for the online survey beginning Dec. 26 so be sure to follow the City's website and Parks & Recreation Facebook page to stay up to date with... Read More ›

Precautionary Drinking Water Warning Issued for Area Near 44th St and Burlingame

Posted on Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Precautionary Drinking Water Warning Issued for Area Near 44th St and Burlingame
Please note that as a result of a drop in pressure due to the recent water main break at 44th Street SW and Burlingame Ave SW, the City of Wyoming is issuing a Precautionary Drinking Water Warning for two specific neighborhoods (portions of R W Berends Dr Access, Woods Trail Dr and Ridge L... Read More ›

Wyoming City Council Receives Income Tax Feasibility Report

Posted on Tuesday, December 05, 2017

Wyoming City Council Receives Income Tax Feasibility Report
As part of several options being explored, the Wyoming City Council has received an income tax feasibility report prepared by Great Lakes Economic Consulting LLC as it faces a critical juncture to secure sustainable revenues moving forward. A study examining the feasibility of a personal income t... Read More ›

City of Wyoming to Host 7th Annual Wyoming Gives Back to Benefit Salvation Army Angel Tree

Posted on Tuesday, November 28, 2017

City of Wyoming to Host 7th Annual Wyoming Gives Back to Benefit Salvation Army Angel Tree
The City of Wyoming will host the 7th annual Wyoming Gives Back celebration at Rogers Plaza Mall on Thursday, Dec. 7 from 6–8 p.m. to benefit the Salvation Army Angel Tree. Each year the City of Wyoming partners with local businesses to celebrate the holiday season and collect toys for the ... Read More ›

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