Police Officers Wanted

Date Posted: Thursday, January 20th, 2022

POLICE OFFICER Full Time Positions   The Wyoming Police Department is currently accepting applications for Full Time Police Officers.   Non-certified Officers starting at $36,192 with an increase to $48,256 after successful completion of Police Academy and 12-week field training. Certified Officers starting minimum at $48,256 or higher depending on experience. $5,000 sign-on bonus.   The following are the requirements for the position: -21 years of age upon the completion of the academy -U.S. Citizen -High School Diploma or Equivalent -Possession of a valid driver’s license   The Wyoming Police Department offers a competitive starting salary, medical insurance, paid vacation; take home vehicle and retirement through the State Municipal Plan. Non-certified applicants who meet the requirements will need to pass the following to be considered for the position: Written test Physical agility test Background investigation Psychological examination Medical examination Drug screening   Certified applicants will be given a conditional hire […]

Poll Workers and Board of Elections Needed

Date Posted: Monday, December 27th, 2021

Poll Workers and Board of Elections Needed   The Town of Wyoming is looking for volunteers to work the February 26, 2022 election. If you are interested, please contact Wyoming Town Hall @ 302-697-2966 or townofwyoming@comcast.net. The deadline for interest is Friday, January 28, 2022, at 4:30 p.m. The appointments will be made at the February 7th council meeting.   Poll Worker Responsibilities: (will stay during election to help voters) (1) Verify voters’ identity and address. (2) Conduct Election in a fair and equal manner. (3) Prepare the polling place for Election.   Board of Elections Responsibilities: (Does not have to stay entire election time but must be available at all times) (1)Supervise Election. (2) Count Absentee Ballots. (3) Count votes at end of Election and announce winners. (4) Break any ties by coin toss.   ***Board of Elections member may not be an immediate family member of candidates. This […]

Solicitation of Candidates for Wyoming Town Council

Date Posted: Monday, December 6th, 2021

TOWN OF WYOMING, DELAWARE   PUBLIC NOTICE   SOLICITATION OF CANDIDATES FOR WYOMING TOWN COUNCIL   MUNICIPAL ELECTION to be held SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2022   Positions Open: Two (2) Council seats with a term of office of two (2) years (March 2022 to March 2024)   Eligibility Requirements: 21 years of age or older by the date of the election  Citizen of the State of Delaware A qualified elector Resident of the Town of Wyoming for at least one (1) year prior to the election Good results of a criminal background check (no person having been convicted of a felony, of any crime involving moral turpitude, of any crime of dishonesty, or of any crime involving fraud, bribery, or embezzlement, will be qualified to run)   Procedure for filing: Submit the following: (Available at Wyoming Town Hall) Completed and signed Certificate of Intention Completed and signed Affidavit Certificate of […]

Is it Recyclable?

Date Posted: Monday, April 19th, 2021

Do you wonder if items are recyclable or not? To reduce the confusion on what is acceptable to recycle in Delaware, DNREC’s Delaware Recycles program has launched a new search tool called Recyclopedia.  The online tool allows anyone to easily search for an item that is no longer needed and provides a solution to properly dispose of it.  Why is this tool so important?  Residents and visitors often hear national and regional messaging that just doesn’t apply in Delaware.  We have one recycling program for the entire state that is the same whether at home, at school, or at work.  All items placed in recycling carts and dumpsters are taken to one facility in Delaware to be sorted and sent to market to be made into something new.  The more residents recycle only acceptable items, the smoother and faster this process works.  Haulers are often charged fees for loads with unacceptable […]

New Notification System for Wyoming Residents

Date Posted: Tuesday, September 1st, 2020

In order to keep Wyoming residents safe and informed, the Town of Wyoming has partnered with CivicReady to implement its mass notification solution. The CivicReady solution will allow Wyoming to issue urgent notifications, emergency instructions, warnings, and routine communications to subscribed residents via emails, text messages, and voicemail alerts. In the event of a local emergency, residents subscribed to CivicReady will benefit from immediate, actionable information and instructions sent via your preferred notification channel. For non-English speaking residents, CivicReady voice call notifications can be auto-matically translated into one of 20 languages, and email and text notifications can be auto-matically translated into one of 63 languages to maximize the effectiveness of the solution, ensuring mass awareness of potentially impactful situations. There are several ways to sign up. You can visit https://wyoming.delaware.gov to sign up from the home page. You can also download the AlertMe – Regroup mobile app. Residents can register […]

Welcome to the Town of Wyoming!

Date Posted: Friday, December 19th, 2014

The construction of the Delaware Railroad in the 1850s led to the establishment of the Delmarva Peninsula’s first and most important north-south railway transportation artery. Proximity to the nearby community of Camden resulted in the location of a station here when the railroad arrived in 1856.


Date Posted: Tuesday, January 18th, 2022

PUBLIC NOTICE EMERGENCY WATER LEAK REPAIR LOCATION: 200 CHAPEL DRIVE (CHAPEL CROFT DEV) DATE: WEDNESDAY, JAN 18, 2022 WEDNESDAY, JAN 19, 2022 An emergency water leak repair will be completed on Wednesday. Until this repair is made, you will experience low pressure and possible discoloration of water until the repair is completed. Once repairs begin you may experience water loss near this location until repairs are completed. Once repairs are complete, water will be restored, same day. Once water is restored you may need to run the cold water to remove any air in the lines and to restore pressure. In addition, you may experience some discoloration in the water once restored. You may wish to refrain from doing laundry during this time and at least 24 hours after repairs are completed. If you should continue to experience any issues after a few days, please call our office. We do apologize […]

Yard Waste – Please read!

Date Posted: Wednesday, January 12th, 2022

The Town of Wyoming and Republic Services apologize for recent problems with trash, recycling, bulk and yard waste pick up. Unfortunately they have been having pandemic issues with the staff. They will try to send drivers to this area for yard waste pick after normal routes and/or Thursday Jan. 13th. Please put your yard waste out so that it can be picked up within the next couple of days.

Water Leak- 1/11- repaired

Date Posted: Tuesday, January 11th, 2022

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Water Leak on Center Street- Repaired

Date Posted: Monday, January 10th, 2022

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Holiday Lights Contest Winner

Date Posted: Wednesday, December 22nd, 2021

The Town of Wyoming and Town of Camden would like to thank everyone who made this year’s event a success. The residents and businesses who took the time to decorate your homes and businesses- Thank you! To the folks who drove around to see all the beautiful lights and voted for your favorites- Thank you! We are looking forward to carrying on this new tradition. No time like the present to start planning for next year!   And the winners are….. Overall winner: 405 Rice Court, Wyoming Camden Winner: 29 Newells Creek Drive, Camden Wyoming Winner: 209 N. Railroad Ave, Wyoming   The trophy will stay in Wyoming for another year!  

2021 Holiday Lights Contest

Date Posted: Monday, December 6th, 2021

We would like to thank all the residents and businesses that have registered for the Holiday Lights Contest.  Grab your family and a map! It’s that time again! Don’t forget to vote for your favorite! Maps can be found here—>2021 Camden-Wyoming Holiday Lights Map Voting Link can be found here—> 2021 Camden Wyoming Holiday Lights Voting  

December 4th- 4-8pm – NO Parking on Camden Wyoming Ave.

Date Posted: Monday, November 29th, 2021

There will be no parking on Camden Wyoming Ave on December 4th from 4-8pm. The Camden Wyoming Christmas Parade will be traveling from CR High making a right onto Main St and then a right onto Camden Wyoming Ave and end at the Railroad Tracks in Wyoming.  Parade will start promptly at 6pm so expect delays through both towns. Alternative routes are recommended.  There will no parking on Camden Wyoming Ave through both towns. Any vehicles left on street after 4pm will be towed at owner’s expense. Wyoming residents are welcome to park at Town Hall during these hours.