Wyoming, Ohio

Wyoming is located in the Mill Creek Valley, which has provided a route from the Ohio River to points north since Native American times. In the early 1800s settlers in the territory developed Springfield Pike through what would become Wyoming. The completion of the Miami & Erie Canal in neighboring Lockland in the late 1820s opened the doors for growth and industry in that community. Many Lockland factory owners chose to build their homes in Wyoming. 

Significant growth in Wyoming did not occur until the Cincinnati, Hamilton, and Dayton Railroad was put into service in 1851. Soon after, residential subdivisions were developed to take advantage of the access to and from Cincinnati that the train provided. 

Life in Wyoming takes the typical sense of community to a heightened level. Folks who move to Wyoming are quick to realize that this structure of community creates opportunities to run into neighbors and friends at a variety of events and venues; it is an opportunity to meet others because children are the same age in school; it is where the community comes together for celebrations, concerts, festivals, and holidays; it is where volunteers serve on a board or commission or coach the pee wee soccer team.  

Life in Wyoming means feeling connected to each other and having the chance to extend family into the community - Living in Wyoming is a unique and special way of life.  

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Wyoming