Wyoming Park Information

City of Wyoming Parks

The City of Wyoming parks are nestled in almost every corner of the City. From small neighborhood parks nicely equipped with playground equipment to larger parks with ball fields, soccer fields, basketball courts, or a hockey rink, residents can find a destination for their outdoor gatherings, picnics, or a place to walk and relax. To reserve a park pavilion or field, please complete the reservation form below. You do not have to be a Wyoming resident to enjoy all that Wyoming parks have to offer.


Master Park and Trail Plan

The City of Wyoming utilizes a Master Park and Trail Plan to guide future park development and redevelopment.


Park Reservations

Field & Pavilion Reservation Form & Park Usage Fees


Park Advisory Commission 

The City of Wyoming Park Advisory Commission makes recommendations to the City Council regarding plans, equipment and maintenance of City Parks. The Commission also makes budget recommendations for City parks.

For additional information regarding the Park Advisory Commission and their current projects, go here


Wyoming Tree Board 

Trees are a critical part of a City's infrastructure. A healthy forestry program helps to protect groundwater, reduce energy costs, support erosion control and boost property values. On May 19, 2020 the Wyoming City Council designated the City's Park Advisory Commission to serve as the Wyoming Tree Board.

Through this role, their responsibilities will include things such as reviewing landscaping plans for proposed development, monitoring the health of the City's tree infrastructure and recommending tree programming to the City Council such as tree planting events, educational programming and sharing information on tree disease such as Oak Wilt or Emerald Ash Borer.

The City of Wyoming is a certified Tree City through Tree City USA. The Tree City USA program began in 1976 and is a national program that supports community tree management. Currently over 3,400 communities across the USA are designated as Tree Cities. As of 2020, there are 111 Tree Cities within Minnesota. The program provides direction, assistance and recognition for communities investing in their green infrastructure. 

In addition to the benefits of supporting new trees, the threat of tree diseases such as Oak Wilt, Dutch Elm Disease and Emerald Ash Borer necessitates additional tree management if the City wants to preserve the City's green infrastructure. The Tree City USA program is a useful guide to help support the City in managing our forestry program and supporting green infrastructure in the City. 

If residents have comments or questions about the Tree Board, please reach out to the Assistant City Administrator at 651-272-5504 or by email.


Eagle Scout Project Process & Guidelines 

The Wyoming Park Advisory Commission receives several requests annually for Eagle Scout volunteer projects. For more information on the process, guidelines and application, click here.


Park Clean-Up Day

Each spring several Wyoming girl scout troops get together to plant flowers and clean up the parks. The City appreciates the hard work these troops do to keep our parks beautiful.