The Fiscal Year 2020 Third Quarter (Quarter 3) Real Estate and Personal Property Tax bills have been issued. These bills are available for online payment via the City of Woburn website. Both tax bills will be DUE ON FEBRUARY 3RD, 2020. All payments must be received by our office or transacted on our City of … Continued
Join Woburn teachers, parents, employees & community members for a FREE wellness program focused on creating sustainable healthier habits, offered by the nonprofit group Wellness Campaign, funded in part by the Cummings Foundation. When it comes to being healthier, you already know what to do – it’s doing it that is the challenge. The program … Continued
NOVEMBER 2019 BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED
With the anticipated upcoming storms, a main concern of the Woburn Fire Department and the City of Woburn has been the challenge to keep the thousands of fire hydrants in the City cleared. Winter storms can often hide fire hydrants under a large mountain of snow making them impossible to find quickly. In the event … Continued
The Woburn Fire Department Members attending the funeral service of Lt. Jason Menard.
Take the Firefighter Exam! Written Examination: Saturday, March 21, 2020 . Apply online at: https://www.mass.gov/orgs/civil-service – Application deadline February 4, 2020. Click link below for further information and application. https://www.mass.gov/service-details/2020-municipal-firefighter-exam
The City Council will hold its annual tax classification hearing on Tuesday, November 19th. At this hearing, the council will consider whether to shift a portion of the tax levy from residential taxpayers to commercial, industrial and business personal property taxpayers. The Board of Assessors will present informational materials to assist the council in its … Continued
An overnight winter parking ban on the even side of city streets is in effect from 2 a.m. until 6 a.m. beginning on Friday, November 15, 2019, through Thursday, March 31, 2020, in accordance with Woburn Traffic Codes. That means no overnight parking on the even side of city streets during this time period.
There are over 2500 catch basins in the city. The DPW works hard to keep them clear of obstructions to prevent flooding year round. This task becomes increasingly difficult in the fall with leaves clogging basins across the city. We ask resident to please aid us keeping basins clear and greatly appreciate any help.
October 2019 Building Permits Issued