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Woburn Seniors Invited to Join Winter Programs

The Woburn Senior Center is as busy as ever finding new ways to maintain existing friendships and create opportunities for new friendships across the City. Although our in-person programs remain on hold, we continue to offer seniors a variety of great services and programs. A roundup is offered below, and we’ll update you about new … 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

ON-CALL Repairs to HVAC Systems

HVAC repairs for City buildings.  Vendor will be needed for ON-Call Repairs to HVAC systems in City owned buildings.

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

Winter Parking Ban in Effect Starting November 15th

The Woburn Police Department has issued a reminder to all motor vehicle owners that the Winter parking ban on city streets goes into effect at 2 AM on Sunday November 15.  The city ordinance allows for overnight parking on the odd side of the street only, between the hours of 2AM and 6 AM.  Vehicles … Continued

Bag your Leaves!

As the leaves are falling now, 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 street or dump them down storm drains! Blocking storm drains … Continued

Halloween & Trick or Treating Precautions

MAYOR SCOTT GALVIN AND THE BOARD OF HEALTH ASK RESIDENTS TO TAKE THE FOLLOWING PRECAUTIONS IF THEY CHOOSE TO TRICK OR TREAT THIS YEAR: Give out treats outdoors, set up table with individually bagged treats for kids to take. Avoid handing out candy directly to trick or treaters If you do not wish to participate … Continued