Wyoming Borough

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Wyoming Borough was founded in 1885 by a number of progressive citizens. At that time the borough had a population of only 1,000.

Today, Wyoming is mostly residential consisting of 3,200 residents. However, there are many commercial or non-residential listings, the Midway Shopping Center and the State Police Barracks, to name a few. The Borough has two parks, Pettebone Memorial Park on Pettebone Street, and Butler St. Park located on the corner of 8th and Butler Streets.

Wyoming is considered “Historic.” Included in the town are some historic places, Swetland Homestead; Wyoming Monument; Wyoming Cemetery; and the Wyoming Borough Town Hall which is the county's oldest town hall still in use. The town hall celebrated its 100th birthday in 2002.


Address Wyoming Borough
277 Wyoming Avenue, Wyoming, PA 18644
Phone 570-693-0291
Fax 570-613-9192
Website N/A
E-mail wyomingboro@msn.com
Population 3,200
Square Miles 2.8
Name of Mayor Michael Podwika
Congressional District 11th
Legislative District 120th
Type of Government Mayor and Council
School District Wyoming Area School District
Phone: 570-655-3733
Public Library Wyoming Free Library
Phone: 570-693-1364
Range of Housing Costs N/A
Property Tax Rate 30 mills


Cable Adelphia Cable
Phone: 570-451-4300
Gas PG Energy
Phone: 570-829-8600
Electric UGI Utilities
Phone: 800-962-1212
Water Pennsylvania-American Water Co.
Phone: 800-565-7292
Waste Removal United Sanitation
Phone: 570-883-0725
Last Updated: 08/19/06 03:32:20
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