Citing COVID-19 concerns, Woodstock has announced the postponement to the 2021 season of two performances of its free-to-the-public Summer Concert Series: The Ultimate Queen Celebration starring Marc Martel, on July 31; and Steep Canyon Rangers, on Aug. 8.
Because of the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic, the city of Woodstock has announced that two upcoming events in the Woodstock Summer Concert Series are being postponed until the 2021 season.
In order to correct issues with the city’s tree ordinance, the Woodstock City Council held a first reading on a set of proposed updates to the law.
The City of Woodstock officially has a budget for fiscal year 2021 after the city council approved it following a second reading at the most recent council meeting.
Holly Springs and Woodstock were among 19 city and county governments across the state recently awarded a grand total of $25.8 million in grant and loan money from the State Road and Tollway Authority through the Georgia Transportation Infrastructure Bank.
The Woodstock Police Department is one of a number of law enforcement agencies throughout the state taking part in a project to develop a new psychological test given to prospective police officers.
After receiving proposals from five solid waste operators, the Woodstock City Council has renewed its contract with Georgia Waste Systems Inc., doing business as Waste Management.
A Woodstock Police Department veteran credited with assisting in hundreds of drug arrests, tracking multiple criminal suspects, and locating missing children and seniors has been granted an honored retirement by the City Council. K9 Officer Dugan, a nine-year-old Belgian Malinois, has served police as a cross-trained narcotics/tracking dog for seven years.
The Woodstock City Council has approved police access to data collected by the Ring video doorbell and Flock license plate reader systems.
“Greenstock Day” in Woodstock – when residents can get rid of hard-to-recycle items like phones, curtains and fluorescent light bulbs – is set for Saturday, June 20, rescheduled from April because of the COVID-19 outbreak.