Stretching from Chicago Drive at the north to M-6 in the south and just on the east side of 131, the City of Wyoming spans a large geographic area and is one of the top 20 largest cities in Michigan. As you might suspect for an area that large, the housing diversity ranges from turn-of-the-19th-century houses on the northern end, postwar properties in the middle, and ‘90s and ‘00s on the southern end. Wyoming has several fantastic parks (Lamar Park and Frog Hollow to name a couple), golf courses, libraries, the Kent Trails, as well as two newer hospitals near M-6. All of this is why Money Magazine ranked Wyoming as one of the top 60 places to live in the United States. The school district is one of the most diverse, not only in the Grand Rapids area, but also in the entire state!