Author: City of Woburn

A Message From The Mayor

In this video the Mayor shares an update from the City. City of Woburn’s Message to the Community About COVID-19, March 25, 2020.

COVID-19: Update 03/16/2020

At the current time Woburn has one adult presumed positive COVID-19 case. This resident is currently recovering in isolation at home. As we know this is a rapidly changing environment, however, and we do expect to eventually experience positive cases in Woburn. The Woburn Board of Health continues to work closely with MDPH and the … Continued

COVID-19: Update 03/13/2020

As of this morning the one presumed positive COVID-19 Woburn Resident has tested Negative this information was received late last night, at this time there are a few persons who are undergoing testing at the state level, none of them are Woburn Public School Students.  The Board of Health continues to work closely with MDPH … Continued

Stay Tuned for Upcoming Construction Projects!

Later this fall the Inspectional Services department will be posting monthly permitting activity and latest construction projects so that residents can be informed on recent happenings in the City of Woburn. For immediate questions call the Inspectional Services department 781-897-5840!

City of Woburn Independence Day 2017 Holiday Schedule Announced

Woburn City Hall and other related administrative offices will be closed on Tuesday, July 4, 2017, in observance of the national Independence Day holiday. There will be no curbside trash and recycling collection on Tuesday, July 4; the schedule moves forward one day for the rest of the week. City Hall and other City administrative … Continued

Pools Opening Friday June 23rd

The City of Woburn Pools will be opening on Friday June 23rd.  Please remember to purchase your pool passes at the Recreation Office!  Registration for Summer Programs is also happening please register online at

Sign-up approaching for Woburn Library Summer Reading

Sign-up for the Woburn Public Library 2017 Summer Reading Adventure starts June 1 and runs through July 28. This year, the theme is “Build a Better World.” From projects that build bridges through caring, and projects that challenge using unusual materials to solve problems, students entering kindergarten through grade five can take part in activities … Continued

Animal Shelter Training Event

Animal Sheltering Training participants will learn how to support a safe, environmentally sound and efficient animal shelter in response to animal emergencies on the local, county, state and federal level. Optional online classes you can take to prepare for the Animal Sheltering Class: June 8 th 6:00-8:00 PM To register click on this link: … Continued

Mayor Sends Thanks for Student Government Day

Mayor Scott Galvin last week issued his thanks to everyone involved in the recent Student Government Day. Here’s what he had to say: “Many thanks to everyone who contributed to ensure the 64th Annual Donald A. DeLuca Student Government Day was enjoyable and successful for all those who participated. We are grateful for the Woburn … Continued