Wyoming | Choose Central Delaware

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The Town of Wyoming is rich in small-town appeal with modern amenities such as shopping, parks, a historic district, and 32 businesses. Wyoming was founded in 1856 and become incorporated as a town in 1869. In 1856 Wyoming consisted of a mill and two houses. Throughout the years much in part to the peach and apple crops becoming economically important as Wyoming was the main point of shipment, our little town has continued to grow to a current population of 1313. We have grown and developed into “The Best Little Town in Delaware.”

All of the businesses in Wyoming are locally owned and operated. With 32 successful local businesses, Wyoming is a great place to do business.

Wyoming’s Top Employers:

  • Camden-Wyoming Market
  • Delmarva Pole Building
  • Fifer Orchards Farm & Market
  • Hall's Family Restaurant
  • Simply Charming

Wyoming’s Demographics:

  • Municipal Population: 1,313 (2010)
  • Median Household Income: $69,196
  • 64.2% of Wyoming residents over the age of 24 are at least high school graduates

Wyoming’s School District:

Caesar Rodney School District’s mission is “Recognizing the value of each individual, and building upon our commitment to excellence, the Caesar Rodney School District is dedicated to the mission of preparing students for a successful, productive and purposeful life in a diverse, global community by  • Providing quality educational opportunities for all students; and • Promoting caring attitudes through the school community.”

Utilities:

Electric Provider: Delmarva Power

Gas Provider: Chesapeake Utilities

Water Provider: Camden-Wyoming Sewer & Water Authority

Sewer Provider: Camden-Wyoming Sewer & Water Authority

Trash: Town of Wyoming