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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

***Update 3/27/2020 – The City of Woburn has been notified of 3 new adult COVID-19 Cases.  As of today’s date 2 positive cases are out of isolation, putting the known number of isolated adult cases at home in Woburn at 12, with the 2 other positive cases still hospitalized.*** ***Update 3/26/2020 – As of 4pm … Continued

Mayor Galvin Reports City’s First COVID-19 Deaths

Mayor Scott Galvin issues the following statement: “I regret to share that two Woburn residents have died as a result of their contracting COVID-19, the illness associated with the novel coronavirus. “An 89-year-old resident passed away last night and a 92-year-old resident passed away this morning. Both were beloved mothers and grandmothers and will be … Continued

City Hall Heat Pumps

upgrading and improving energy efficiency-installing Air Source Heat Pumps in various areas of City Hall.

City of Woburn Provides Important Information Regarding Business, Municipal Closings Related to COVID-19 Situation

WOBURN — Mayor Scott Galvin and the City of Woburn seek to provide residents, business owners and workers with important information relating to business and municipal closings in the city due to the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Effective Tuesday, March 24 at noon, companies that do not provide essential services related to COVID-19 … Continued

Woburn City Council Meeting March 24, 2020 will be virtual

The City Council will hold its Regular Meeting as a virtual meeting on Tuesday, March 24, 2020 at 7:00 pm.  You can access the meeting online or by telephone.   To view this meeting on computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone with speakers and microphone, use this link at the above date and time and at the … Continued

City Car Tires/Batteries Recycling for March 21st Cancelled

The City of Woburn Car Tires/Batteries recycling drive held the 3rd Saturday of March (03/21/2020) has been cancelled.  The next drive will be Saturday June 20th, 2020.  You can always bring used batteries (other than alkaline) to the Board of Health office in the basement of City Hall.

Mayor Galvin and the Board of Health are asking members of the community to practice strict physical distancing to save lives and contain the spread of COVID-19. For more information please visit this page