Author: Craig Dean

Appliance, Freon, CRT, and Electronics Recycling Drive – Saturday, April 20th

The Medeiros Crew Recycling group are once again conducting appliance, Freon, CRT, and electronics recycling drives. The next event is on Saturday, April 20, 2024, from 9 to 1 at the Spence Farm property located at 41 Wyman Street in Woburn. This is an excellent opportunity to recycle these items at a minimal cost, while … Continued

FY25 Business Personal Property Revaluation

This announcement is to notify all Woburn businesses that representatives of Real Estate Research Consultants, Inc. (RRC), who has been contracted by the Woburn Board of Assessors to perform a revaluation of certain personal property accounts in the City of Woburn for Fiscal Year 2025. The scope of this project includes an interior inspection of … Continued

Auction of Fire Station 2 in North Woburn

Click/Tap here for a PDF version of this flyer.   For additional information, here is the link for interested parties to get additional information:  https://sullivan-auctioneers.com/auction/?id=17367

Mayor’s Senior Appreciation Grab n’ Go

Mayor’s Senior Appreciation Grab n’ Go Day: Sunday, November 5, 2023 Time:   11am – 1pm Where: Woburn City Hall Tickets available at the Mayor’s Office, or the Woburn Senior Center *Deadline for tickets is October 27th at 1pm*

Mayor Galvin Update: Woburn Migrant /Refugee Crisis

September 19, 2023   RE: Woburn Migrant /Refugee Update   Approximately 1,000 migrant families have been entering the Commonwealth every month, resulting in Governor Healey’s declaration of a state of emergency. Unless there are changes at the Federal and State level, this is an unsustainable crisis that will continue to challenge the Commonwealth, the City … Continued

Mayor’s August PFAS Update Letter

The City of Woburn (the City) is committed to providing regular updates to our community about PFAS testing and providing high quality drinking water to our residents. The City conducts monthly testing for PFAS in its treated drinking water in accordance with all MassDEP requirements. Over the past nearly three years of testing, PFAS6 levels … Continued

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