City of Woodburn

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City of Woodburn Indiana

About Woodburn

Welcome to the city of Woodburn, Indiana. This site has been created to assist you in finding important information about our fine city. It is our goal, that after checking us out, you will be as excited about Woodburn as we are. Thank you for visiting our site!

CITY HALL'S UTILITY OFFICE HOURS  7 am - 4 pm Monday -  Friday's call 260-632-5318 or 260-409-9560 or 260-557-3245 to make appointments for after hours.

In the event you need to seek shelter from a storm Woodburn's Emergency Shelters are at:  Christ Lutheran Church at 4412 Park Street (door adjacent to parking lot) and the American Legion at 22115 Main Street.

CITY COUNCIL- November 7th@ 7:00 pm AT CITY HALL

BOARD OF WORKS- November 14th @ 5:30pm AT CITY HALL



For immediate release:

The City of Woodburn has two current full-time positions available as described below:

The Woodburn Police Department is now excepting applications for a full-time patrol officer to start January 2017. Applicants must be 21-35 years of age and pass a set of screening tests. Applications may be picked up at the Woodburn City Hall, our webpage at, or at the Woodburn Police Department during normal business hours. Annual compensation for this position is set at $30,000-$37,000 plus benefits. All applications must be received by 3 PM November 7th, 2016.

The City of Woodburn seeks a full-time entry level Public Works Operator (Utility 2) to work in Woodburn, IN. Applicant may be required to work weekend shifts or on call as needed. Wastewater operations or water operations experience preferred. Wage determined by experience and qualifications. Applications can be picked up at the Woodburn City Hall or online at

The City of Woodburn is an equal opportunity employer. Any questions can be directed to the Woodburn Police Department at 260-632-9200, the Superintendent at 260-450-2410, or City Hall at 260-632-5318.




The City of Woodburn is currently accepting utility payments online. There are two options for anyone who would like to use this service.

*** Visit to make your payment online!***


In an effort to promote transparency in government, Senate Enrolled Act 126 requires political subdivisions to place a link to a transparency portal prominently displayed on their main web page.

Senate Enrolled Act 327 requires political subdivisions to upload contracts unto this portal if they exceed 10% of the annual property tax levy or if they exceed $50,000.

This link is and over time, you will be able to view current contracts that the City of Woodburn has in place with various companies.

Please note that updates may not show until 2017 for data produced in 2016. If you have questions, please call City Hall. Thank you!