News - City of Woodburn

News

CYC Announces New Site at Woodlan

Woodlan Junior High School joins New Haven Middle School as a Cornerstone Connections Project (CCP) site where programs are designed with this particular grade range in mind. Daily students are offered a healthy snack, homework help, academic learning center activities and recreation. Learning centers are designed for STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts (visual, performance and language) and math) enrichment. Other available activities include college and career exploration, life skill ...

Read More

2018 Woodburn Road Improvements **Update**

The City of Woodburn, by and through its Board of Public Works, intend to make improvements to Carl Street from the very south end to Main Street, which includes new curb and gutter, storm inlet castings, pavement patching, milling, and resurfacing. Other streets receiving milling and resurfacing only (no new curbs): • Center St. • Park St. • Core St. • Hetrick Rd. Along Carl St. There will be 5 trees that are scheduled to be removed. You may have noticed these trees marked w ...

Read More

Hydrant Flushing – June/July

ANNOUNCEMENT TO RESIDENTS OF WOODBURN: FIRE HYDRANT FLUSHING NOTICE   During the months of June and July of 2018, the City of Woodburn will be flushing fire hydrants. During this time you may experience some discoloration in your water. Please check your water prior to washing, bathing, or any other use during this time. The City Water Department appreciates your patience regarding this matter.  Should you have any questions, please contact Ryan Walls at 260-632-5318. Respec ...

Read More

Message From Superintendent

The City of Woodburn will be inspecting properties within the City limits beginning June 1st for illegal sump pump connections. This will apply to any property with a basement, crawlspace or slab. Per Ordinance 504-76, Section 5(a): “No person shall discharge or cause to be discharged, any storm water, surface water, groundwater, roof runoff, subsurface, drainage, uncontaminated cooling water, or unpolluted industrial process waters to any sanitary sewer.” Please contact City Hall at 260-632 ...

Read More