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About City of Wyoming, MI.

 The city of Wyoming used to be part of a larger township called the Township of Byron, established in 1832. In 1848 Byron split, with present-day Wyoming forming what was its northern half. Wyoming only became an actual city in 1959 and now rivals Grand Rapids in both size and population. It is nestled between present-day Byron to the south and Grand Rapids to the north. Wyoming is named after Wyoming County, New York, where most of the city's early settlers were originally from. The city is now home to a staggering 21 city parks, a relatively new skateboard park, a senior center and the scenic Kent Trails. State Road 131 runs near its eastern border with Kentwood, providing easy access to Grand Rapids. The weather is rather mild year-round, reaching as high as 83 degrees in the summer and as low as 16 degrees in the winter.
 
Wyoming is a decently-sized city with a population close to 75,000. Most residents are in their early 30s and middle class. A little more than 72% of the city's population is White, 19% are Hispanic, 4% are Black and 2% are Asian. There are 3 colleges, 7 high schools, 4 middle schools and 14 elementary schools in Wyoming, providing plenty of options and opportunities in terms of education. The city is serviced by 3 Michigan school districts as well: Godfrey-Lee Public Schools, Godwin Heights Public Schools, and Wyoming Public Schools. 86% of residents over 25 have completed high school, almost 21% have obtained a bachelor's degree and almost 6% have a graduate degree. Most of Wyoming's people work in the construction, health care or transportation equipment industries.

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