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WELCOME TO WYOMING

Wyoming is the largest suburb of Grand Rapids and is known for its huge downtown area – a 3.5 mile stretch of the five-lane 28th Street. Wyoming offers a lot of everything including shopping, dinner, golf courses, parks, and tons of attractions and events that are family-friendly.

NEIGHBORHOOD OVERVIEW

MARKET STATISTICS

86.2

COST OF LIVING - US AVERAGE: 100

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46

AVERAGE DAYS ON MARKET

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$165,100

MEDIAN SALES PRICE

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WYOMING SCHOOLS

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Grandville Century Park Learning Center

K-6

Vanguard Charter Academy

K-8 

Grandville High School

9-12

CLIMATE & 

AVERAGE TEMPERATURES


Annual BestPlaces Comfort Index: 6.6/10


❄️ Winter Low in January: 18° F    

☀️ Summer High in July: 82° F       

☔️ Rain: 37 inches per year

❄️ Snow: 72 inches per year

LOCAL FAVORITES

A few of our favorites businesses in Wyoming are Al & Bob's Sports, Hobby Recycling, Marshall Music Co, The Outer Limits, and Threadbender.

THINGS TO DO

  • Enjoy a fun day at Craig's Cruisers with go-karting, bumper cars, mini golf, laser tag, high ropes, and more
  • Go golfing at Kaufman Golf Course, Maple Hill, or The Pines
  • Go bowling at Park Center Lanes late on Friday or Saturday night for cosmic bowling 
  • Visit Buck Creek Nature Preserve for native flora and fauna
  • Visit Lamar Park on Tuesdays in the summer for a free concert

THE FOOD SCENE

Wyoming is full of great food with tons of options for everyone's taste buds. A few of our local favorites are Beltline Bar (which brought the wet burrito to West Michigan), Marge's Donut Den for baked goods, Supermercado Mexico, Seoul Market, and India Town.

WYOMING STATISTICS

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222,632

POPULATION

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$152,000

MEDIAN HOME VALUE

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$46,672

MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME

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CURRENT WYOMING LISTINGS

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