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Early in 2017, Town Council, Staff, Woodstock Enhancement members, and the community worked with Ben Muldrow, Principle at Arnett Muldrow and Associates, to define and create a new vision and position for Woodstock.
A fundamental question that shall be asked before opening your proposed business at a particular location is whether or not that location is zoned for the proposed use.
Woodstock offers refuse and recycling collection to businesses located within the Town limits. The monthly fee is assessed on the utility bill. Businesses can request to sign up or discontinue recycling and refuse service at the beginning of each month.
Show your Woodstock love this holiday season with branded gifts for your loved ones! Now until December 23 we have two special bundles with discount pricing. Drop in to the municipal office at 135 N Main Street to grab yours today!
Ringing in the holiday season in Woodstock by Cindy Rinker
It's time for holiday shopping and we encourage you to shop local and you could win in our Shop Small Sweepstakes!
Our annual Light Up Woodstock and Holiday Parade event will be Friday, December 6.
Public Works crews will begin leaf collection throughout Town the week of 11/5. If you have leaves that you would like collected, please place them by the curb and gutter. For large piles of leaves to be collected promptly, please call 540-459-3045.
We are looking for one lucky child to assist Mayor McCleary in lighting the Town Christmas tree on Friday, November 30.
Mark your calendar for Light Up Woodstock on Friday, November 30! Children's choirs begin at 5:30 pm followed by the holiday parade at 6:30 pm.
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