News & Announcements


News & Announcements


Wyoming Voters Permanently Approve City's Public Safety Millage

Posted on Wednesday, August 08, 2018

Wyoming residents overwhelmingly showed their support for the City’s Public Safety Department by approving a permanent renewal of the dedicated public safety millage of 1.25 mills by a vote of 7,306 to 2,223. Results show that 11,432 people voted in Tuesday’s primary election, a turno... Read More ›

City Issues Precautionary Boil Water Advisory for Clyde Park Between 26th St & Cricklewood

Posted on Wednesday, August 01, 2018

August 1, 2018 PRECAUTIONARY DRINKING WATER WARNING City of Wyoming water supply pressure loss BOIL YOUR WATER BEFORE USING   Due to a drop in pressure in the City of Wyoming water supply, bacterial contamination may have occurred in the water system. Bacteria are generally not h... Read More ›

Wyoming Voters to See Public Safety Millage Renewal on August Primary Ballot

Posted on Monday, July 09, 2018

Wyoming residents will see a request to renew the City’s public safety millage on the Aug. 7 primary ballot. The specific question asks voters to provide a permanent renewal of the annual levy of 1.25 mills for public safety, specifically for the operation, maintenance and administration of... Read More ›

Summer Fun Continues with Concerts in the Park

Posted on Monday, June 25, 2018

Summer Fun Continues with Concerts in the Park
There's still time left to enjoy the Wyoming Community Enrichment Commission's annual Concerts in the Park series. All shows take place at 7 p.m. at Lamar Park, 2561 Porter St SW. Grab your blankets, chairs and friends and join us for some fun! June 26 - Valentiger + Kari Lynch (Wy-F... Read More ›

Lake Michigan Algae Effecting Water Taste & Smell

Posted on Monday, June 25, 2018

Lake Michigan Algae Effecting Water Taste & Smell
During warmer months we sometimes experience periods when the water tastes or smells earthy or musty. This is a result of algae that grow in Lake Michigan due to warmer temperatures and longer days (more sunlight). When the algae is exposed to the treatment processes that make the water safe to drin... Read More ›

Gypsy Moth Update

Posted on Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Gypsy Moth Update
Thank you to all who have contacted the City of Wyoming with concerns related to gypsy moths.  The first thing we want to convey is that we are aware of your frustrations related to the gypsy moth spray, damage to your trees and the mess left behind by the gypsy moth’s acti... Read More ›

Wyoming Promotes Two to Fire Chief, Police Captain

Posted on Monday, June 11, 2018

Wyoming Promotes Two to Fire Chief, Police Captain
      In a unanimous vote, the Wyoming City Council named Brian Bennett its new fire chief. Lt. James Maguffee has also been promoted to administrative captain. Bennett After serving as deputy fire chief for the City for 3 years, Bennett will lead a team of 29 full-time firef... Read More ›

Gypsy Moth Suppression Treatment Scheduled for Week of June 4

Posted on Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Gypsy Moth Suppression Treatment Scheduled for Week of June 4
Pending favorable weather conditions, the City of Wyoming's Gypsy Moth treatment spray is scheduled for Monday, June 4. The application should start early in the morning, around 6 a.m. The contractor, Hamilton Helicopter, will be taking off and landing near 36th St in the Godwin H... Read More ›

Wyoming Community Honors Armed Service Members at Memorial Day Ceremony

Posted on Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Wyoming Community Honors Armed Service Members at Memorial Day Ceremony
The City of Wyoming is honored to host its annual Memorial Day Ceremony at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, May 28 at Veterans Memorial Garden, 2380 DeHoop SW. The community is welcome and encouraged to attend. The ceremony will feature guest speaker retired Sargent Brian Gravelyn who served in the Marine Co... Read More ›

Wyoming Hires In-house City Attorney

Posted on Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Wyoming Hires In-house City Attorney
 In a unanimous vote, the Wyoming City Council has hired   Scott Smith as its city attorney during its May 14 meeting.  In this role, Smith will serve as the chief legal advisor to the   City, responsible for providing legal services to the City   Council, ... Read More ›

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