Request for Downtown Business Participation In Local Rapid Recovery Planning (LRRP) Program PLEASE TAKE OUR SURVEY! RESPONSES DUE BY FRIDAY, APRIL 16TH The City of Woburn is one of 125 communities across the Commonwealth selected to participate in the Department of Housing and Community Development’s (DHCD) Massachusetts Downtown Initiative (MDI) Local Rapid Recovery Program (LRRP), … Continued
Update on Personnel and Job Descriptions for FY 22 Any other Personnel related business that can legally come before the Subcommittee
The City of Woburn is seeking a vendor to provide Landscaping Maintenance and clean up work for 48 acres of land at the Woodbrook Cemetery located at 100 Salem Street. Spring and Fall Clean Up and regular lawn care.
Giving your lawn some extra TLC this Spring? If you’re considering fertilizer, be sure to use a slow-release, non-phosphorus fertilizer (look for “0” as the middle number). And as an alternative to fertilizer, consider scattering fresh grass seeds, aerating your soil, or planting some of the native shrubs you’ve seen. Compost is another good alternative … Continued
March 2021 Building Permits Issued
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The Fiscal Year 2021 Fourth Quarter (Quarter 4) Real Estate and Personal Property Tax bills have been issued. These bills are available for online payment via the City of Woburn website woburnma.gov . Both tax bills will be DUE ON MAY 3rd, 2021. If you did not receive your bill, please contact the Treasurer/Collector’s office … Continued
The most recent Semi-Annual Water Sewer Bill was issued on March 19th, 2021. These bills are available for online payment via the City of Woburn website woburnma.gov . Water-Sewer bills will be DUE ON APRIL 20TH, 2021. (Although your Water/Sewer bill may have a due date of April 19, 2021 printed on the bill, April … Continued
Spring is just around the corner! We’ll all be starting our lawn clean-ups soon! That means it’s a good time to remember that fallen leaves can clog catch basins and add too much organic material to our waterways all at the same time! Bag or compost your leaves, but do not rake them into the … Continued