Category: Mayor

Mayor’s State of the City Address

The Honorable Mayor Scott Galvin State of the City Address City Council Chambers, Woburn City Hall January 19, 2021 Good evening honorable members of the Woburn City Council, State Representative Rich Haggerty and Members of our State Delegation, School Committee, City Board Members, Department Heads, Staff, Guests and residents at home. I am grateful and … Continued

Mayor Galvin Announces Microenterprise Grants Are Available Now

Mayor Scott Galvin and the City of Woburn wish to alert the business community to two sources of grant funds which are currently, or soon will be, available to certain small businesses. Individual grants of up to $10,000 are available to commercial enterprises that have five (5) or fewer employees (1 or more of whom … Continued

Mayor, Senior Center Invite Seniors to Register for Free Breakfast, Lunch Program

Mayor Scott Galvin and the Woburn Senior Center, with the support of the City Council, are partnering with Aramark and the Woburn Public Schools Food Services program to offer Woburn seniors a breakfast and lunch program free of charge, starting on Monday, November 9, 2020, through Thursday, December 31, 2020. This program is being offered … Continued

Mayor Galvin: Grants Remain Available for Microenterprises in Woburn on Rolling Basis

GRANTS AVAILABLE NOW FOR MICROENTERPRISES IN WOBURN APPLICATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED ON A ROLLING BASIS Mayor Scott Galvin is pleased to announce that grant funding remains available to assist Woburn microenterprise businesses in grappling with COVID-related difficulties. Woburn was one of 23 cities and towns in Massachusetts to receive CDBG funding for businesses meeting certain Federal criteria. … Continued

City awarded $100K grant for Green Communities projects at the Woburn Senior Center

The City of Woburn has received another $100,000 grant from the Department of Energy Resources’ (DOER) Green Communities Division that will fund two energy-saving projects at the Woburn Senior Center.  As a designated “Green Community,” Woburn was successful in obtaining funding among a pool of hundreds of other potential Green Communities applicants across the Commonwealth. … Continued

Woburn City Hall Opens July 1 on Limited Basis, By Appointment Only

Beginning July 1, 2020, Woburn City Hall, will reopen to the public on a limited basis by appointment only. What follows are some temporary, general guidelines for the public and employees as the City of Woburn moves to reopen in a phased approach: Safety protocols regarding personal protection equipment (PPE), face covering, cleaning procedures, social … Continued

Woburn City Hall Opens July 1 on Limited Basis, By Appointment Only

Beginning July 1, 2020, Woburn City Hall, will reopen to the public on a limited basis by appointment only. What follows are some temporary, general guidelines for the public and employees as the City of Woburn moves to reopen in a phased approach: Safety protocols regarding personal protection equipment (PPE), face covering, cleaning procedures, social … Continued

City of Woburn 2020 Independence Day Holiday Schedule Announced

Woburn City Hall and other related administrative offices will close at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 2, 2020, and remain closed on Friday, July 3, 2020, in observance of the national Independence Day holiday. Since the official holiday falls on Saturday, July 4, 2020, there is no impact the trash and recycling curbside collection.  Schedule … Continued

Qualifying Residents Invited to Apply for Higher Ed Scholarships Sponsored by Waste Management—Deadline is July 30, 2020

Mayor Scott Galvin invites qualifying residents to apply for higher education scholarships sponsored in conjunction with Waste Management, trash hauler serving the City of Woburn for many years. Three, $1,000 scholarships are being offered by Waste Management, with the support of the Woburn Board of Health.  To qualify, applicants must be a Woburn resident and … Continued