Request for Bids – sale of playground equipment

Date Posted: Friday, June 24th, 2022

TOWN OF WYOMING, DELAWARE Request for Bids sale of playground equipment situated at wyoming park located at 323 w. third Street, wyoming, de 19934   NOTICE The Town of Wyoming will accept sealed bids for the purchase of playground equipment located at Wyoming Park. Bids must be submitted to the Town Manager at the Wyoming Town Hall located at 120 W. Camden Wyoming Ave., Wyoming, DE 19934 by 4:30 pm on Monday July 25, 2022. Bids may also be emailed in PDF form to the Manager’s Office at mwooleyhand@wyomingde.com by the deadline noted above. All bids will be opened immediately after the closing date and time. Each bid so submitted shall constitute an irrevocable offer for a period of sixty (60) days following the bid opening date. TERMS OF BID Equipment Condition and Removal. The winning bidder will be purchasing and be required to remove and relocate all pieces of playground equipment […]


Invitation to Bid

Date Posted: Thursday, June 23rd, 2022

The Town of Wyoming is accepting estimates for the following scope of work by a licensed and insured contractor: Removal of 3 mature trees. Removal of 6 tree stumps and root system. Backfill of stump and root removal area. Leveling of area approximately 105’ x 96’ (site will be marked prior to leveling). Proposed work will be performed at the Wyoming Park located at 323 W. Third St, Wyoming, DE 19934. All work will need to be completed between Monday August 15- August 19, 2022. Contractor will be responsible for all equipment and supplies needed to complete work. Any questions should be directed to Audrey Lindale 302-697-2966 or alindale@wyomingde.com. Estimates should be received by no later than 4:30pm on July 8, 2022. Estimates can be: Mailed or dropped off at Wyoming Town Hall located at 120 W. Camden Wyoming Ave, Wyoming, DE 19934. Faxed to 302-697-7961. Emailed to townofwyoming@comcast.net. Please […]


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.


2022-2023 Approved Budget

Date Posted: Tuesday, June 28th, 2022

At the Assessment Appeals and Budget Meeting held on Monday, June 27, 2022 the Town Council approved the 2022-2023 Budget with no increase in property tax or trash fees.  A copy of the budget can be obtained by clicking this link. 22-23 Approved Budget


Public Hearing July 12 2022 @ 5:00pm

Date Posted: Monday, June 27th, 2022

  PUBLIC NOTICE The Town of Wyoming Board of Adjustments will be holding a Public Hearing on Thursday July 12th 2022, at 5:00 p.m. at Wyoming Town Hall 120 W. Camden Wyoming Ave. This hearing is scheduled to hear, discuss, and answer questions pertaining to the Variance Request on the following property:        N. Caesar Rodney Ave The issue will then be voted on by the Board of Adjustments. This request was initially heard by the Planning and Zoning commission on June 22nd, 2022.  If you are unable to attend, please address all questions and concerns in writing to the Wyoming Town Hall, 120 W. Camden Wyoming Ave, Wyoming, DE 19934 no later than 4:30 p.m. on Monday   July 11th, 2022


Wyoming Park Temporary Closure 8/2/2022

Date Posted: Monday, June 27th, 2022

The Wyoming Park will be closed to the public starting August 2, 2022 until further notice. The town anticipates the closure to last for approximately 2 months. We apologize for any inconvenience this will cause for our residents and visitors. We understand that this is not the ideal time to close the park.    The park will be under construction for a new accessible inclusive playground. The construction will include the removal of old playground equipment, tree and tree root removal, leveling of new playground area and concrete work for rubber flooring for the new playground area.   The playground will feature a concrete walkway and poured rubber floor for easy accessibility, a large climbing structure, interactive sensory items, accessible merry go round and so many great play pieces.    If you have any questions, please contact town staff. Keep an eye out for the grand opening event upon completion.


2022 Tax Assessment

Date Posted: Thursday, June 2nd, 2022

The 2022 Tax Assessment Listing is now available.  Please contact Kent County Assessment office at 302-744-2401 if  you notice a discrepancy. Tax Assessment Listing


SPECIAL MEETING OF WYOMING MAYOR & COUNCIL

Date Posted: Tuesday, May 17th, 2022

    This meeting is to meet and discuss pending personnel issues.    Notice of this meeting and/or public hearing is in compliance with the Delaware Open Meeting Act.   May 19, 2022 Special Meeting Agenda


Wyoming Police Department Fishing Derby

Date Posted: Tuesday, May 10th, 2022

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2022 Wyoming Peach Festival

Date Posted: Monday, April 25th, 2022

Planning for the 2022 Wyoming Peach Festival is well underway.  Mark your calendars, Saturday,  August 6th 9am-3pm!! Anyone interested in being a vendor please complete the appropriate application(s). We are welcoming back the parade this year as well.  Interested in participating in the parade?  Please complete the parade application. community 2022 Crafter_Vendors 2022 food 2022 Parade Application politicans 2022   


DEA National Rx Take Back

Date Posted: Wednesday, April 13th, 2022

The drug overdose epidemic in the United States is a clear and present public health, public safety, and national security threat. DEA’s National Prescription Drug Take Back Day reflects DEA’s commitment to Americans’ safety and health, encouraging the public to remove unneeded medications from their homes as a measure of preventing medication misuse and opioid addiction from ever starting. DEA is committed to making our communities safer and healthier, and we can do this by reducing overdoses and overdose deaths. While the community does its part to turn in unneeded medications and remove them from potential harm, we are doing our part to further reduce drug-related violence. On this webpage,  https://www.dea.gov/takebackday, are resources to help you dispose of unneeded medications in your home, seek substance abuse treatment and learn more about the drug overdose epidemic in the United States. For additional information click here, DEA Take Back