Anyone interested in running for local office here in Woodburn can pick up an election packet from City Recorder Heather Pierson.
For information on what races are open, to set up an appointment to review important filing deadlines and what paperwork is needed, click here.
The Woodburn Police Department has released a free mobile app to connect with members of the Woodburn community through their smartphones.
The new app allows the WPD to quickly disseminate emergency alerts, post news about missing persons, traffic delays, arrests or threats and much more. In the event of an emergency, app users receive instant notification via their mobile devices.
To download the app, simply go to your app store (Apple, Android, Windows) and search "Woodburn Police Department." For more information, click here.
It’s time for Fourth of July celebrations and we at the City want our residents to have a great holiday — and a safe one. Legal fireworks in Oregon produce only smoke, sparks or fire are legal in Oregon. Examples include base fountains, cone fountains, wheels and ground blooms. Also legal are wire core sparklers, party poppers, snakes and non-explosive smoke bombs.
For more information on legal and illegal fireworks, click here. To report any emergencies such as injuries, fires or fireworks striking buildings, please call 911.