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Wyoming's Rich History

The City of Wyoming has a long and profound history. A city that has grown in the shadow of metropolitan Grand Rapids, Wyoming has come into its own.

Today, Wyoming is Michigan's 16th largest community with west Michigan's third largest industrial tax base. The City has grown to over 70,000 strong with a diverse cultural base, seven school districts, a balance of older and modern homes, retail variety and an abundance of parkland.

Learn more about the Wyoming Historical Commission and our City's rich history.

Wyoming History

Wyoming Historical Commission

The City of Wyoming Historical Commission was organized to preserve, protect and acquire objects and data of importance to the City. The commission is dedicated to fulfilling this mission through the many services it currently provides for the residents of Wyoming and surrounding communities:
  • Local History Archives, Wyoming Public Library
  • Regular Public Programs and Lectures
  • Ongoing Research and Documentation
  • Providing Local History Publications
  • Partnering with Schools and Educators
Location and Hours

Historical Room - Wyoming Public Library
3350 Michael Ave. SW
Wyoming, MI 49509
(616) 261-3508 (Leave message for return call)

Mailing Address
1155 - 28th Street SW
Wyoming, MI  49509

Historical Room - Hours
Open every Tuesday and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Meetings are on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m.