To most, a sense of community means having a place to belong, having access to community leaders, and developing friendships with neighbors and community members. Life in Wyoming takes the typical sense of community to a heightened level…life in our community is an opportunity to establish deep and genuine relationships with friends and neighbors beyond the passing “hello.” Folks who move to Wyoming are quick to realize that this structure of community creates opportunities to run into neighbors and friends at a variety of events and venues; it is an opportunity to meet others because children are the same age in school; it is where the community comes together for celebrations, concerts, festivals, and holidays; it is where volunteers serve on a board or commission or coach the pee wee soccer team. Life in Wyoming means feeling connected to each other and having the chance to extend family into the community – Living in Wyoming is a unique and special way of life.
For City Council and our employees, our sense of community is providing the strong services and solid quality of life that make Wyoming a positive and enriching experience. From safety services, to public works, to water quality, to community development, to varied recreational opportunities, the City of Wyoming is dedicated to protecting and fostering the sense of community that we all value so deeply.
Welcome to Wyoming,
Barry Porter, Mayor
Click here to request a New Resident Packet once you arrive to your new home in Wyoming.
Click here to watch a short video on everything Wyoming has to offer.
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Voter Registration Information
To find out where you vote, visit the Hamilton County Board of Voter Registration site by clicking here. You will type in your address and other information asked for to obtain your voting location.
For information about voting, please contact the Hamilton County Board of Voter Registration at 513.632.7000. Please note: The City cannot provide you with an absentee ballot nor register you to vote; you must contact the Hamilton County Board of Elections.
New Voter ID Requirements Effective January 2006 – HB234
The Ohio Legislature recently passed Amended Substitute House Bill 3 which requires all voters in the State of Ohio to verify identity before voting a regular ballot. The law generally requires that a voter present a photo id or other document with the voter’s name and current voting address. Acceptable forms of identification include current and valid photo identification, military identification, a copy of a utility bill, bank statement, paycheck, government check, or other government document showing your name and current address. The photo identification must be issued by the United States government or the State of Ohio and must show all of the following: name, current address, photo of person who id was issued to and an expiration date that has not passed. For a complete explanation, visit the Secretary of State’s website at www.sos.state.oh.us or call 513.632.7039.
Wyoming City Schools
Wyoming Board of Education
420 Springfield Pike
Elm Elementary School
134 Elm Avenue
Hilltop Elementary School
425 Oliver Road
Vermont Elementary School
33 Vermont Avenue
Wyoming Middle School
17 Wyoming Avenue
Wyoming High School
106 Pendery Avenue
Church of Ascension & Holy Trinity (Episcopal)
First Church of Christ Scientist
Friendship United Methodist Church
Messiah Community Church
St. James of the Valley Roman Catholic Church
The Presbyterian Church of Wyoming
Valley Temple (Reform)
Wyoming Baptist Church
Nursery Schools & Day Cares
Ascension & Holy Trinity
334 Burns Avenue
Friendship Church Co-Op Nursery School
1025 Springfield Pike
Lads & Lassies Preschool at Presbyterian Church
225 Wyoming Avenue
209 Wyoming Avenue
425 Crescent Avenue
435 Crescent Avenue
Wyoming Newcomers’ Club
Welcome to the City of Wyoming and the Wyoming Newcomers’ Club. The purpose of the Wyoming Newcomers’ Club is to help one another get acquainted with each other and the Wyoming community. Wyoming Newcomers’ is a self-supporting club not tied to any commercial enterprise. We simply are dedicated to learning more about our new hometown, and invite you to join us! We provide a wealth of opportunities throughout the year for you to get to know your neighbors.
Wyoming Newcomers’ Club invites Wyoming residents who have lived in town less than two years. Residents who recently have chosen to stay at home with children or to work from home are also invited to join. You can remain a member for four years. Potential members may attend two meetings before joining the club. Come see what we are all about! New residents receive three complimentary issues of our newsletter, which lists all there is to do. Or, check out our website for the latest happenings, membership dues, activities, and events.