Category: City of Woodbury Videos

On the Rec Zone:
May Day Tea Party May 5
NEW! Bonfire, Build, Bows and Bait May 19
Kid Create Studio: Doodlebugs May 29 & 31
Kids Mud Run: June 2
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The Woodbury Lions Community Garage Sale is May 10, 11, 12. Register your sale at and have it advertised in the Lions Garage Sale Directory. Proceeds from registrations go to the Lions Club who continue to support the community.

Former Woodbury Mayor Bill Hargis passed away April 10, 2018. Mayor Hargis served the City of Woodbury for 17 years, from 1993 to 2010. This is a brief look at his accomplishments.

*Note: This video was originally published in 2010 for Hargis' retirement tribute.

The city of Woodbury requires that your dog is licensed every two years. Go to to download an application and get more information.

See why the Woodbury Citizens Academy is important to the community.

Bob Burton's journey to become a firefighter began in a very unexpected way...

There is a new Medical Office building being constructed at City Place.

On the Rec Zone: Geocaching March 30 Music Lesson April 2 - June 11 Youth Vollyball April 3 - May 8 Performances in the Park Register at

You may have seen some of Woodbury's newest ambulances driving around since the first of the year. Now, take a peek inside!

Before Woodbury was incorporated as a city, Constables were elected by residents to respond to emergencies in Woodbury. In this piece, meet Mike Reber, who served as a Constable from 1968-1969.

In this month's Woodbury Update: Property value notices are in, Details on how to register you Lions Garage Sale, information on the emerald ash borer and more.

Mayor Stevens delivers the Woodbury 2018 State of the City Address.

On February 3rd, current and former NFL players participated in a charity football game at the HealthEast Sports Center to raise money for military causes.

For almost 50 years Woodbury's Ambulace service has been serving the community. See how it all began.

Almost everything on the menu at the HealthEast Sports Center is Recyclable. Learn what goes in the correct bin.

In this month's Woodbury Update: Details on how to purchase a smart irrigation controller for $20, Summer employment opportunities, Public Meetings about the 2040 Comprehensive Plan, the Community Expo and more.

In this month's Rec. Zone: Science Explores March 12.Sundae Bingo March 18, Egg Hunts March 24, Geocaching March 30. Register at

Woodbury Communications Technician Emma Jarrett interviews Deb Harrison from the streets division about how they plow the city streets.

The 2018 Cold Catfish Cup was held at Carver Lake Park in January. We followed race co-founder Porter Million as he rides in the event for the first time.

Mayor Mary Giuliani Stephens talks about PFCs found in Woodbury.

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