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City of Woodburn Hiring Full Time PD Officer

For Immediate Release: The City of Woodburn is looking to fill a vacancy for a full-time officer to serve within the City’s Police Department. Applications may be picked up at City Hall, located at 22735 Main Street, or the City’s webpage, www.cityofwoodburn.org. All applications should be received by 3 PM September 18th, 2020. The City of Woodburn is an equal opportunity employer. Any questions can be directed to the Woodburn Police Department at 260-632-9200 or City Hall at 260-632- ...

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Governor Holcomb’s “Back on Track Indiana” plan

On May 1st, Governor Holcomb announced a 5 stage process for the COVID-19 recovery and getting Indiana opened up again. Below are the descriptions for each stage including the dates they are in effect: Stage 2 - May 4th to May 23rdDownload Stage 3 - May 24th to June 13thDownload Stage 4 - June 14th to July 3rdDownload Stage 4.5 - July 4th to July 31stDownload Stage 5 - Superseded by 4.5 until further notice Download This and more information can be found at the following webs ...

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Immediate Temporary Changes to City Hall Operations

To Whom It May Concern: After consideration by the Woodburn Common Council at their online meeting on April 20th, it was determined to apply a $50 credit to each utility account billed by the City. This was formally addressed by resolution at their May 4th meeting. This credit will be applied to all business and residential accounts alike and will be added to the bills for service provided from April 15th to May 15th that will arrive in the mail by approximately May 20th. There is nothing th ...

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(TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED) 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 ...

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