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Motor Vehicle Excise Tax (1st Commitment)- DUE MARCH 17th, 2023

The year 2023 Motor Vehicle Excise Tax First Commitment bills were mailed on February 15th, 2023. The bills are available for online payment via: www.woburnma.gov. The tax bill will be DUE ON MARCH 17TH, 2023. All payments must be received by our office or transacted on our City of Woburn online billing system no later … Continued

FEASIBILITY STUDY MIDDLESEX CANAL & RR ROW

Draft Feasibility Study and Public Meeting Shared Use Path Middlesex Canal/Former Railroad Right of Way Woburn, MA The City of Woburn has prepared a draft Feasibility Study evaluating the possibility of creating a shared use path (SUP) along the Middlesex Canal and the former Woburn branch of the Boston & Lowell railroad right of way.  … Continued

Woburn FY2023 Tax Classification

December 2 , 2022   At the Tax Classification Hearing on Thursday, December 1, 2022, the City Council voted a Fiscal Year 2023 residential factor of 0.719878. The vote by the City Council was acted upon after assessment and valuation methodologies applied by the City were approved by the MA Department of Revenue through their … Continued

Waste Bans for Mattresses and Textiles

Waste Bans for Mattresses and Textiles New State regulations begin November 1 As of November 1, 2022, mattresses and textiles will no longer be allowed in the trash.  New state rules require mattresses and textiles be kept out of the trash so they can be recycled or donated for reuse.  In order to comply, the … Continued

PFAS Testing Update from Mayor Scott Galvin

PFAS Testing Update from Mayor Scott Galvin: 8-25-2022 The City of Woburn 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 Mass DEP requirements. Over the past … Continued

DPH Mosquito Alert

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH) has announced that the West Nile virus (WNV) has been detected in mosquitos collected from the City of Woburn. WNV is most commonly transmitted to humans by the bite of an infected mosquito. The mosquitoes that carry this virus are common throughout the state and are found in … Continued

Mayor Urges Caution as Severe Heat Wave is Predicted

AUGUST 4, 2022 Mayor Urges Caution as Severe Heat Wave is Predicted Weather forecasts for Thursday, August 4th through Monday, August 8th are predicting temperatures that will soar into the mid-90s with high humidity—creating an extended period of summer heat that can present risks related to prolonged heat exposure, particularly for those who are more … Continued

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