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Officer Pat Nickle talks about his first deployment to Afghanistan, Central Fire Station breaks ground, Chief Woolery talks about the social host ordinance and more.
Mayor Myron Bailey provides an update on the Community Center Feasibility Study and details on the potential lodging tax.

2/15/19 Weekly Wire –

- Woodbury State of the City Address
- 2019 Cold Catfish Cup
- St. Paul Park Bunco Night
- Woodbury Polar Plunge
- Woodbury Spring Recreation
- History of the HealthEast Sports Center
- Depositing Snow
- Winter Car Preparation
- Cottage Grove Seasonal Job Openings

On February 9th the 2019 Polar Plunge was held at Carver Lake Park in Woodbury. More than 380 people signed up to jump to benefit Special Olympics Minnesota. The celebration lasted less than an hour and a half, but nearly $67,000 was raised by jumpers and their supporters.

Geologist Julia Steenberg talks about Geology of Washington County.

2/8/19 Weekly Wire -
- Woodbury WaterSense Discount
- Sundae Bingo
- Woodbury Public Works Building Closing
- Cottage Grove’s 2018 Annual Report
- South Washington County CARES Back to Foundation Event
- St. Paul Park’s Outstanding Volunteer Nominations Deadline
- St. Paul Park’s Adopt-A-Park Event
- Cottage Grove’s State of the City Address
- Woodbury’s State of the City
- Garbage and Recycling container placement
- Woodbury seasonal job applications

Watch Mayor Myron Bailey deliver the State of the City Address on our livestream.

The City of Woodbury is partnering with a local nonprofit, Center for Energy and Environment (CEE), to offer discounted Home Energy Squad enhanced visits to Woodbury homeowners. The enhanced visit program evaluates homes for energy efficiency opportunities. The service is valued at $600 but is available to Woodbury residents at a cost of $70 (regularly at a cost of $100). The visit is also offered at no cost to income qualified households. To schedule an appointment, visit www.homeenergysquad.net or call 651-328-6221.

Check out these March Programs in this edition of the Rec Zone: Nature in the Park: Maple Syrup Time - March 12 Pinterest Camp - March 13 & 14 Friday Fun - March 14 Geocaching Basics - March 29 Register at Woodburyrecreation.com

Woodbury's Police K9's Cadets were introduced to water for the first time. It was Buster and Cirrus's first time to be around a pool and swim. The older dogs also got into the action.

Wednesday nights this winter the outdoor rink welcomes the sport of Broomball. The league is expecting to expand next season so go to woodburyrecreation.com for more information.

2/1/19 Weekly Wire –

- Planet Fitness Ribbon Cutting
- Washington County’s Bizrecycling Program
- Cottage Grove State of the City Address
- K9 Cadets
- Woodbury’s 2019 Community Survey
- Woodbury Polar Plunge
- Broomball League
- Washington County’s Citizen Review Panel
- Guided Snowshoe Hike
- Snow & Plow Safety

City Administrator Jennifer Levitt and City Council Member La Rae Mills discuss all the important decision from the January City Council Meetings.

City Administrator Jennifer Levitt and City Council Member La Rae Mills discuss all the important decision from the January City Council Meetings.

Here is a 360-degree tour of Central Park with Lead Customer Service Assistant Jennifer Anderson.

https://www.woodburymn.gov/departments/parks_and_trails/facilities_and_reservations/central_park/index.php

In 2014 the new field house and other improvements were completed at the HeathEast Sports Center. See why the city made these improvements and how it made the Sports Center the community destination it is today.

In this edition of Woodbury Citystyle:
Play Broomball at the HealthEast Sports Center
A Profile of Woodbury Police Officer Ashley Kowasch
We make outdoor ice with Woodbury Works
We look back at the sports center's renovation 5 years ago.
Plus your Woodbury Update and the Rec Zone.

1/25/19 Weekly Wire –

- The Goddard School Opening
- Home Energy Squad Discounts
- Thin Ice on Lakes
- Fire Hydrant Shoveling
- Woodbury Chamber of Commerce Community Awards
- Organics Drop-Off
- Making Outdoor Rinks
- Adopt a Fire Hydrant
- Create Space
- St Paul Park Volunteer Nominations

Woodbury Works is a segment that looks at the jobs the city does daily. Join Kevin Burshten as he walks us through the process of creating an outdoor rink.

Here's a look at the City of Cottage Grove's accomplishments for 2018.

In this edition of the Woodbury City Update we show you the new council, see who is on the Woodbury Advisory Commissions, buy a memorial for Ojibway park and get ready for the 2019 Community Survey.

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