Category: Mayor

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

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and the local office of Shred It is hosting a free event to help local residents fight back by properly disposing of outdated personal and financial documents. Residents are encouraged to bring all of those outdated papers and documents sitting in boxes around the house to Woburn … Continued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

Waste Management Higher Education Scholarship Winners Announced


Pictured, left to right, Jim Nocella of Waste Management; Meghan Doherty of the Woburn Board of Health; Scholarship winners Lauren Nixon, Shaeleigh Chinian and Keeley Pavlik; along with Mayor Scott Galvin Mayor Scott Galvin is pleased to announce this year’s winners of three, $1,000 higher education scholarships from Waste Management are Shaeleigh Chinian, Westfield State … Continued

City Earns $231K in State ‘Green’ Funds for New Energy Initiatives

Photo, from left, Mayor Scott Galvin, Planning Director Tina Cassidy, City Planner Dan Orr, DPW Assistant Superintendent Len Burnham   Mayor Scott Galvin is pleased to announce the City of Woburn has been awarded $231,330 from the Green Communities Division of the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources for more energy-saving improvements across the City. LED … Continued

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