By 1963, the space race was in full swing. NASA had designated the greater Boston area as a general location for a new Electronics Research Center. Woburn wanted to to be a part of the action. Over the course of several months, government and business leaders rallied the resources of the community in an effort … Continued
Blasting at 1042 Main Street will be conducted today, July 22, 2019
The City of Woburn, in collaboration with municipal public safety and other city services and local utility companies, is on deck and prepared to help address any issues that arise as a result of the extreme summer weather conditions over the weekend. “It’s important for everyone to take some common-sense precautions and always check on … Continued
Work continues on the new Clapp Park, but is winding down. Here’s an aerial video showing the site from July 16, 2019. Also moving ahead is work at Ferullo Field to add new flag poles at the front and the dog park. Here’s a video from July 16, 2019 showing the progress at … Continued
City of Woburn is adding Wayfinding Signs and kiosk(s)
IDIQ Rental of Heavy Equipment with Labor….
Shortly after the Declaration of Independence was signed in Philadelphia on July 4, 1776, a copy made its way to Woburn where Town Clerk James Fowle transcribed the document into the town records. After 243 years, the book remains secure in the city’s vault. Below are images of the three pages of the Declaration of … Continued
A complete submission of: a Request for a Determination of Applicability (RDA); Abbreviated Notice of Resource Area Delineation (ANRAD); and/or a Notice of Intent (NOI) must be submitted to the Conservation Commission office no later than Thursday August 1, 2019, at 12:00 PM in order to be heard on the August 15, 2019 meeting.