Promote Wyoming Commission
Description: The Promote Wyoming Commission’s main purpose is to promote the City to potential residents and business patrons and act to promote and assist with community events. The Commission also assists with community branding, volunteer recruitment, public communication and marketing efforts, new resident reception, promotional projects, and other similar efforts and activities.
Membership: The Commission consists of eleven citizens with professional experience in marketing, advertising, public relations, and/or journalism, and representative from City Council.
Meeting Schedule: The Commission meets on the second Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m.

Urban Forestry & Beautification Commission
Description: The Urban Forestry and Beautification Commission serves in an advisory capacity to City Council regarding urban forestry programs and issues, enhancement of public properties and rights of way and other enhancements, beautification efforts, and revitalization efforts within the City of Wyoming.
Membership: The Commission consists of eleven Members, one of which must be a registered architect or landscape architect and one being a member of City Council.
Meeting Schedule: Meetings are held the fourth Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m.

Community Improvement Corporation
Description: The Community Improvement Corporation (CIC) was created in 1991 for the purposes of advancing, encouraging and promoting industrial, economic, commercial, distribution, research development, residential and civic development, and specifically to implement the City Urban Design Plan (Master Plan).
Membership: The Community Improvement Corporation membership consists of seven trustees representing City Council, Planning Commission, Economic Development Commission, and the community at-large.
Meeting Schedule: Meetings are held on the third Friday of each month at 8:00 a.m.

If you are interested in applying, please complete this application and email it to or you may drop it off at the City Building at 800 Oak Avenue.