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Local Government

City of Woburn

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Woburn City Government

 

 

On June 7th, the city of Woburn posted their Phase Two guidelines for businesses and restaurants. They are working on outdoor seating options for local restaurants including sidewalks and parking lots. 

The guidelines are available here. 

 

Mayor

Contact

City Hall
10 Common Street
Woburn, MA 01801
sgalvin@cityofwoburn.com
phone: 781-897-5901

Mayor Scott Galvin was sworn in as Woburn’s 34th Mayor on January 4, 2010—his election to the corner office followed 16 years representing Ward 3 on the City Council and his work as a successful attorney in charge of a thriving downtown Woburn practice.

Mayor Galvin’s approach is rooted in a belief that there are always ways to improve ourselves and the community in which we live. Mayor Galvin holds an undergraduate business management degree from Providence College, and a law degree from the New England School of Law.

Woburn City Council

Contact

City Hall

William Campbell, City Clerk
10 Common Street
Woburn, MA 01801
wcampbell@cityofwoburn.com
phone: 781-897-5850

The Woburn City Council is the legislative body of the City of Woburn. It consists of nine members with two Aldermen At Large and seven Ward Aldermen. Each member has one vote on all matters before the City Council.

The City Council has nine committees made up of Aldermen. For a list of the committees and the members go to City Council Standing Committees

The City Council meets on the first and third Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. in the Council Chamber in City Hall, except for July and August when there is generally one meeting per month. 

 

State Representatives

 

 

Michelle Ciccolo

15th Middlesex District

State House
24 Beacon Street
Room 473F
Boston, MA 02133

Phone: (617) 722-2210
Email: michelle.ciccolo@mahouse.gov

Richard Haggerty

30th Middlesex District

State House
24 Beacon Street
Room 540
Boston, MA 02133

Phone: (617) 722-2090

Middlesex Three

The WBA is a member in the Middlesex Three which is proactively working with community and business partners who share common goals of fostering economic development, job growth and retention, and enhancement of quality of life in the region.