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Bag your Leaves!

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

Election to fill Ward 7 Alderman Vacancy

Pursuant to provisions of the Woburn City Charter, the Woburn City Council shall fill the vacant position of Ward 7 Alderman for the unexpired term by election by the City Council at a Special Meeting to be held on April 1, 2021 at 5:45 p.m. in the Council Chamber, Woburn City Hall, 10 Common Street, … Continued

New Fire Headquarters

For all Pre-Qualified Sub Contractors and General Contractors; the Bid Documents are now available. ANDREW T. JOHNSON CO., INC. 15 TREMONT PLACE BOSTON, MA 02108 617-742-1610 Go to www.atjplanroom.com; click on Public Jobs then the project name. Drawings and Specifications will be available to view and download. To download you must register for a free … Continued

Outdoor Dining 2021

The city of Woburn is making attempts to streamline the process so establishments can offer outdoor dining as soon as practical. If your establishment was approved for outdoor dining in 2020 and you are making no changes to the seating plan, you may resume outdoor dining in 2021. If your establishment was approved for outdoor … Continued

Dog License Renewals Due by March 15th

All dogs residing in the city must be licensed with the City Clerk by March 15th to avoid a late fee. Dogs may be registered in person at the office of the City Clerk or by mail. The registration must be received and processed by March 15th. The fee is $10.00 for a spayed or … Continued

Catch Basin Cleaning in Woburn

Ever wonder what the trucks in your neighborhood are doing? They’re cleaning out our storm drains to keep them working properly! And why is this important? Well, storm drains (also called catch basins) carry rain and run-off from our streets to the nearest water body lessen flooding in our neighborhood and keep trash, debris, 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