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City Offices Closed Monday for Memorial Day; Observances Planned

Mayor Scott Galvin would like Woburn residents to know that City Hall and other related City administrative offices will be closed on Monday, May 27, 2019, in observance of the Memorial Day holiday. Mayor Galvin encourages citizens to take time this weekend to honor the memory of U.S. soldiers who died while in military service … Continued

New Veterans Memorial Flag Project Breaks Ground in North Woburn

The Friends of Woburn Veterans have begun work on an exciting new Memorial Flag project in North Woburn at Ferullo Field. The Memorial Flag project, funded in part by a grant from the Cummings Foundation, will feature seven flagpoles—one, 60-foot American flagpole and six, 50-foot flagpoles representing MIA/POW, U.S. Army, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy, … Continued

Mayor Galvin To Host Free Document Shredding for Residents – Oct 19, City Hall

Mayor Scott Galvin, along with the Agriculture Commission and the local office of Shred It is hosting a free event to help local residents fight back by properly disposing of outdated personal and financial documents. Residents are encouraged to bring all of those outdated papers and documents sitting in boxes around the house to Woburn … Continued

Mayor Galvin: ‘The State of Our City is as Strong as it’s Ever Been’

Woburn Mayor Scott Galvin delivered the following State of the City Address before the City Council and School Committee on Tuesday evening, January 8, 2019: Good evening honorable members of the Woburn City Council, School Committee, City Board Members, Department Heads, Staff, Guests, and residents at home. I am grateful for the opportunity to present … Continued

Thanks to Volunteers and Businesses for Making 41st Annual Mayor’s Senior Dinner a Huge Success

Thanks to all of the businesses, volunteers, musicians, and performers who helped make the 41st Annual Mayor’s Senior Appreciation Dinner another huge success, and an enjoyable Sunday afternoon for nearly 500 local seniors. Special thanks to the Mayor’s Annual Senior Appreciation Dinner Committee, volunteers and coordinators including Keith Wells and the Woburn Lodge of Elks … Continued

Mayor Appoints Robert F. Rufo as New Chief of Police

Mayor Scott Galvin is pleased to announce the appointment of veteran police officer Robert F. Rufo as the City of Woburn’s new Chief of Police. Rufo’s role as Chief follows 35 years of committed service to the well-being and public safety of his hometown—earning his way up the ranks in leadership roles throughout the Woburn … Continued

Tickets Available for Mayor’s 41st Annual Senior Appreciation Dinner

Mayor Scott D. Galvin will host the 41st Annual Mayor’s Senior Appreciation Dinner—again prepared by the members of the Woburn Lodge of Elks 908—at Woburn Memorial High School on Sunday, November 4, 2018. Tickets are now available at Mayor Galvin’s office at City Hall, 10 Common Street, as well as the Woburn Senior Center, 144 … Continued

Environmental Agencies Seek Natural Resource Restoration Ideas–October 3 Meeting in Woburn to Launch Aberjona River Watershed Restoration Planning

Members of the public are encouraged to help the Natural Resource Trustee Council for the Industri-Plex Superfund Site develop a plan to restore wetland, stream and pond habitats within the Aberjona River sub-watershed.  The Trustee Council will present an overview of the restoration process and opportunities for public involvement on Wednesday, October 3, at 7:00 … Continued