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City of Wyoming and Metro Health-University of Michigan Health Partner in National Drug Take Back Day Event, April 28

Posted on Thursday, April 19, 2018

City of Wyoming and Metro Health-University of Michigan Health Partner in National Drug Take Back Day Event, April 28
The City of Wyoming and Metro Health-University of Michigan Health will help households across our community dispose of unused medications safely and properly on Saturday, April 28. The City of Wyoming and Metro Health again will partner to provide a Drug Take Back service between 10 a.m. and 2 p... Read More ›

Wyoming Promotes Kimberly Koster to Public Safety Director

Posted on Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Wyoming Promotes Kimberly Koster to Public Safety Director
In a unanimous vote, the Wyoming City Council has named Kimberly Koster its new director of public safety during its regular April 16 meeting. She will be sworn in Wednesday, April 25. In this role, Koster will lead a team of nearly 130 full-time personnel, including 86 sworn police officers and ... Read More ›

Community Invited to Free Health and Wellness Expo

Posted on Friday, April 13, 2018

Spring is here and it’s time to focus on health and wellness in the City of Wyoming! The City of Wyoming Parks and Recreation Department is excited to once again host the annual Health and Wellness Expo at the Wyoming Senior Center – a free event for all ages on Saturday, April 21 at ... Read More ›

Third Annual Community Clean-up Day to Take Place Earth Day Weekend, April 21

Posted on Thursday, April 12, 2018

Third Annual Community Clean-up Day to Take Place Earth Day Weekend, April 21
The City of Wyoming is planning a Community Clean-up Day on Saturday, April 21. The event, set to precede Earth Day the same weekend, is designed to encourage Wyoming residents to maintain their properties and dispose of unwanted items in a responsible manner. Residents can drop off trash, househ... Read More ›

Wyoming City Council Appoints 1st Ward Councilmember

Posted on Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Wyoming City Council Appoints 1st Ward Councilmember
The Wyoming City Council has appointed local resident and business owner, Sheldon DeKryger, to fill the first ward council seat that was vacated by Bill Ver Hulst due to his resignation earlier this month. DeKryger received votes from all five council members who were in attendance at the special me... Read More ›

City of Wyoming Remembers Long-time Councilmember Rich Pastoor

Posted on Wednesday, March 21, 2018

City of Wyoming Remembers Long-time Councilmember Rich Pastoor
The City of Wyoming is remembering former 2nd Ward Councilmember, Rich Pastoor, following his passing on Sunday, March 18. Rich served on the Wyoming City Council from 2002-2016, faithfully representing the needs and desires of his constituents. He will be greatly missed by friends, family, and... Read More ›

Longest-Serving Wyoming City Council Member William A. Ver Hulst Announces Retirement

Posted on Tuesday, March 06, 2018

Longest-Serving Wyoming City Council Member William A. Ver Hulst Announces Retirement
William A. Ver Hulst, the longest-serving Wyoming City Council member, announced his retirement at Monday night’s meeting. Citing health reasons, Ver Hulst said that he would step down effective immediately from his representation of Wyoming’s First Ward. Ver Hulst, 77, served six yea... Read More ›

Wyoming Fire Department Partners with Metro Health Hospital Foundation to Save Lives

Posted on Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Wyoming Fire Department Partners with Metro Health Hospital Foundation  to Save Lives
The City of Wyoming Department of Public Safety - Fire recently partnered with the Metro Health Hospital Foundation to purchase much-needed emergency medical response equipment. The Foundation grant, which totaled $44,100, was used by the department to purchase three Zoll compression devices. These ... Read More ›

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 ›

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