The Town of Plympton-Wyoming is a community with a population of approximately 7500, located within the north central portion of Lambton County, fronting on the shores of Lake Huron, with accessibility to Highway 402, railway and ready access to Sarnia, London, Toronto and the United States of America.
On January 1st, 2001, the Village of Wyoming (located on County Road #21, two miles south of Highway #402) and the Township of Plympton amalgamated to become the new municipality of the Town of Plympton-Wyoming. The municipality is governed by a seven-member Council, including a Mayor. The Municipal Office is located at 546 Niagara Street in Wyoming, Ont.
As a result of this amalgamation, it has created a larger, more diverse community, with a strong mixture of rural and urban lifestyles, working together to create a community proud to be a part of.
Plympton-Wyoming is comprised of lakefront, agricultural and urban properties, and offers a wide range of facilities and services to provide its residents a comfortable community in which to live and to work.