Category: City of Woodbury Videos

Know your city code is a series that talks about common city code violations. In this edition Code Enforcement Officer Matt Novak explains that it's important to maintain your lawns, gardens and trees. Woodburymn.gov/knowthecode

Know your city code is a series that talks about common city code violations. Code Enforcement Officer Matt Novak explains where and when you can store building materials for your projects. woodburymn.gov/knowthecode.

Know your city code is a series that talks about common city code violations. In this edition Code Enforcement Officer Matt Novak explains how and where you can store your recreational equipment. Woodburymn.gov/knowthecode

Know Your City Code is a series that talks about common city code violations. Code Enforcement Officer Matt Novak explains why you need to put away your waste and recycling containers when they are not in use. More information at www.woodburymn.gov/knowthecode.

It's a moment that every parent dreads... and a situation that Woodbury Police Officers are trained to respond to.

We prepare for fires in our homes, but it's also important to prepare for fires in the workplace. Here's some simple tips to remember when creating a fire plan at the office.

Woodbury's Mayor shares her favorite cookie dish and her recipe for a great community.

This past summer the community helped "Paint the Bus". Community Ed's new mobile classroom.

In this month Mayor's Memo, Mayor Stephens discusses the desire for a variety of housing.

In this month Rec. Zone:
Recycling Gizmos & Gadgets Nov 11
Central Park Art Fair Nov 18
Thanksgiving Craft Party Nov 18
Cooking with Santa Dec 2
Register at Woodburyrecreation.com

Central Park will be hosting a free Art Fair on November 18. Meet artists and more from 10am - 3pm.

In this month's Woodbury Update: Winners are announced in the Woodbury Photo Contest, latest on the Hero Center, new Tria clinic opens, changes to online bill pay and more.

Woodbury dog Watson and his two-legged friend Andrew are members of the Police Department's "Paw Patrol".

Theresa Janechek has served as Woodbury Days Council President for the past 20 years. See her impact on the festival and what she is going to do next.

The University of Minnesota did a study on how playgrounds like Madison's Place help children develop leadership skills.

There will be some major changes coming to Woodbury Lakes Shopping Center, including the Alamo Draft House movie theater. City Planner Eric Searles tells us more.

Fun fall programs in the Woodbury Rec Zone. Check out Big Tuck Day, Woodbury's Family Adventure Bike Ride, Nature in the Park, Geocaching Adventure. Register at Woodburyrecreation.com.

On this edition of the Woodbury Update lean about future Woodbury Drive improvements, how to be a member of an Advisory Commission, fire prevention week, a new playground at Evergreen West Park and more.

Hear from a Woodbury Advisory Commissioner on her role on the Parks and Natural Resources Commission. Learn more at www.woodburymn.gov/commissions.

Here is your Woodbury Update for August Featuring: Park Vandalism, Woodbury Days, Photo Contest, Budget Workshop and more.

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