Buffalo Stampede street closures for Saturday July 13thDate Posted: Monday, July 8th, 2019
Saturday July 13th is the Buffalo Stampede. Please take note of the following street closures during this event. W. Third Street from Mechanic to Wyoming Park will be closed from 6am-11am. Mechanic Street from W. Third St to Grant Street will be closed from 8-11am. Mechanic Street from Grant St to Westville Rd. will be closed from 8-830 am (approximate). N. Railroad Ave from Camden-Wyoming Ave to Broad Street will be closed from 6am until 1 pm.
Police Officer Positions AvailableDate Posted: Monday, June 24th, 2019
The Wyoming Police Department is currently accepting applications for Full and Part-time Police Officers. The following are the requirements for the positions: 21 years of age upon 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 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 until they meet all the requirements set by the Council on Police Training and modified field training program. Non-certified applicants who are given a conditional hire will be required to complete the basic training program at the Police Academy and 12 week field training program successfully. The […]
Is it Recyclable?Date Posted: Saturday, June 22nd, 2019
Ever have questions about what can or can not be recycled? Here is a small guide to answer your concerns. Should something not be included that you still have questions about, please do not hesitate to contact us. Want to learn more, please visit https://recyclingsimplified.com/recycling-basics/ for more information on recycling the right way! Paper Newspaper Envelopes Junk mail Phone books Brochures Magazines Cardboard Ream wrappers File folders Poster board Frozen food boxes Cardboard boxes Milk cartons Plastic Water bottles Take-out containers Soda bottles Aluminum/Metal Aluminum beverage cans Food cans Scrap metal Glass Beverage containers Glass food jars Non-recyclable Aerosol cans Aluminum foil Batteries Clothing Food waste Napkins Mirrors Ceramic Plastic bags Shredded paper Stickers/Address labels Tissue Styrofoam Paper towels Glass windows Pyrex Special handling ***These items should never be mixed with regular recycling and require special handling.***Incandescent light bulbs Fluorescent tubes Computers & electronics Needles or syringes Hazardous waste Paint […]
Fishing DerbyDate Posted: Monday, June 17th, 2019
First, we want to give a huge Thank You to all of our sponsors! We couldn’t do it without all of you!! A huge shout out to Officer Dan Creech for his dedication for the past 10 years to the Fishing Derby! Business Sponors: Camden Medical Center Avenue Imparts Dixon Appraisal Services Hall’s Family Restaurant Cahall Flooring, LLC Remedy Browns Wyoming Tavern Individual Sponsors: Peach Festival Committee Roger Gzym David and Bette Jo Van Kavelaar Sandra Stump Louise Fare Larry and Dale Rife Jimmy Winchell Timothy Shaffer Saturday was a great day! The Derby saw 27 participants this year. Your winners are: 0-5 age group: 1st place- AnnaBella H. 2nd place- Paisley H. 3rd place- Kayla E. 6-10 age group: 1st place- Landon H. 2nd place- Garrett G. 3rd place- Hunter G. 11-15 age group: 1st place- Timothy E. 2nd place- Joshua O. 3rd place- Sean J. Biggest Fish- Wesley […]
Public Workshop- Camden ByPass ProjectsDate Posted: Sunday, June 9th, 2019
Where: W.B. Simpson Elementary School 5 Old North Rd, Wyoming, DE 19934 When: Wednesday June 12, 2019 Time: 3-6 pm The Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) is holding a public workshop to solicit public input on the Camden Bypass Projects. The purpose of this project is to construct a new roadway to provide through traffic an alternative route around the historic Town of Camden. The project includes connection s from SR 10 to Old North Rd and SR 10 to Willow Grove Road passing through Upper King Rd. The project also includes changing traffic patterns on other roadways such as Voshells Mill Rd and South Street in and around the Town of Camden. DelDOT will present the Preferred Alternative, refined from the plan shown in the 2013 Update to the Town’s Comprehensive Plan. Attendees will have the opportunity to review plans for these improvements and ask questions and provide comments […]
Chat with CouncilDate Posted: Friday, June 7th, 2019
Your Invited to come Chat with Council. This will be a casual chat from 10am until noon on Saturday June 8th at the Wyoming Town Hall. There will no minutes, no motions made and no actions of Council. The purpose of this event is to have an “open discussion and dialog.” Light refreshments and snacks will be provided.
Wyoming Historical Commission MeetingDate Posted: Monday, June 3rd, 2019
The Wyoming Historical Commission is inviting all history lovers to join their monthly meeting on Thursday June 6th. The meeting will start at 6:30pm and be held at the Wyoming United Methodist Church located at 216 Wyoming Mill Rd. Please enter through the left outside door and join them in Room 209. Any questions please email Maria at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tax AssessmentsDate Posted: Friday, May 31st, 2019
Tax Assessments have arrived from Kent County. The list is posted at Town Hall, Hall’s Restaurant, Camden-Wyoming Post Office, Wyoming Police Department and also posted here on the Town’s website. Please review your assessment. If you do not agree or have any questions, an Assessment Appeals Workshop will be held at Town Hall on Friday June 21, 2019 starting at 3 pm. You can also contact Kent County with any questions in regards to your assessment. Review your assessment here: 2019 Tax Assessment List
Free Fishing Days!!Date Posted: Thursday, May 30th, 2019
In celebration of National Fishing and Boating Week, DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife invites anglers to fish, crab, and clam in Delaware waters by taking advantage of free fishing days Saturday and Sunday, June 1 and 2, when no fishing license is required for resident or non-resident anglers. Anglers are reminded that even though they do not need a fishing license to fish on June 1 or 2, they are still required to obtain a free Fisherman Identification Network (F.I.N.) number, available online at www.delaware-fin.com or by calling 800-432-9228. Anglers also are required to comply with Delaware’s fishing regulations, including size and daily catch limits. Most resident anglers from the ages of 16 through 64 and most non-resident anglers who fish, crab, or clam in Delaware waters are required to purchase a fishing license. Fishing licenses are sold online, at the licensing desk in DNREC’s Richardson & […]
Seeking VolunteersDate Posted: Monday, May 20th, 2019
The Town of Wyoming is currently seeking volunteers to be part of several committees. We have openings on the Planning and Zoning Committee, Board of Adjustments, Peach Festival and the Historical Commission. We will have further volunteer opportunities for events and event planning as needed. If you want a way to give back and be involved in your community, contact us and let us know. If you are interested in the Planning and Zoning Committee, Board of Adjustments, Peach Festival and the Historical Commission, please send a letter of interest to either 1 N. Railroad Ave, Wyoming, DE 19934 or you can email us at email@example.com.