Street Improvement Program

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Identifying & Prioritizing Street Improvements

The City of Wyoming improves a select number of local streets each year. The selected streets are identified annually on our five-year map. Improvements are prioritized based on factors such as age, street condition, utilities condition and the type of street.


Completed Projects

Since 2014, the City has completed a street improvement project each year. The City has reconstructed approximately 17.5 miles of streets in total of its 68 miles of city streets. To view our completed projects, view the map here


Improvement Strategies

Street reconstruction and reclamation are generally chosen for streets in poor condition.

Work Reconstruction Reclamation
Pavement Replacement Full Depth Full Depth
Curb Replacement Full Partial
Sanitary Sewer Repairs X X
Storm Sewer Repairs/Upgrades X X
Water Main Replacement X  


Frequently Asked Questions

If you have further questions about the street improvement processes, check out our FAQ page.


Street Maintenance

Maintenance of Wyoming's City streets is a high priority. Under the Public Works Department, the Street Division maintains and improves all the City streets for safety and mobility throughout the year. The Street Division's mission is to keep the streets open, passable and safe all seasons of the year and perform high quality maintenance to prolong the life of the streets, using the best practices to obtain the greatest benefit from available funds. For details on street maintenance, go here