Wyoming is located in Hamilton County, just north of downtown Cincinnati. Named after Wyoming County in Pennsylvania and founded in 1875, to many, Wyoming is known for taking the typical sense of community to a heightened level. Not only do residents have a place to belong and have access to community members, they have opportunity to establish deep and genuine relationships with these friends and neighbors beyond a simple, “Hello.” The City Council of Wyoming focuses on providing strong services and solid quality of life to make Wyoming a positive and enriching experience. On top of all this, Wyoming City School District recently claimed the #1 spot for public schools in Ohio (according to the 2014 Ohio Department of Education report). The Wyoming Civic Center is a hub of bowling, tennis, player’s groups, teenage activities and adult social programs. Many organizations such as the Junior Women’s Club, the Women’s Club and Kiwanis use the center as a meeting place. There is an active Newcomers Group. The Wyoming Golf Club is a private 9-hole course with paddle tennis and swimming. Winton Woods, a public 18-hole golf course, Glenview golf course in nearby Glendale, as well as three fine private Country Clubs, Kenwood, Clovernook and Maketewah, are about 15 minutes away. The Wyoming Swim Club is also available by membership. Ice-skating with the Jack Frost Club and the Tennis Association are available to residents for a small fee with identification card issued. A community swimming pool and community tennis courts for residents only are located near the high school. Crosley and Gross YMCA’s are minutes away.