Category: City of Woodbury Videos

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Woodbury Rec has planned a lot of fun in February:
Friday fun: Feb 8
Lil' Sluggers: Feb 19 - March 19
Youth Volleyball: Feb 28 - March 28
Central Back Pet Expo: March 2
Register at woodburyrecreation.com

Keep our local lakes and rivers clean by salting smart:
1: Shovel your walkways thoroughly before the snow becomes ice
2: Scatter the where necessary, leaving plenty of space between the granules
3: Salt is only effective to 15 degrees, switch to sand when temps are below 15
4: Sweep up leftover sand and salt to reuse next time.

Woodbury Patrol Officer Ashley Kowarsch helped bring a car seat check program to Woodbury.

To register for a car seat check go to www.woodburymn.gov/carseatsafety or call the main office at (651) 714 - 3600.

Woodbury public safety wants you to learn hands only CPR. Learn about classes at takeheartwoodbury.org or by calling 651-714-3600

This is a brief soundbite of the Woodbury Public Service Appreciation Event on December 19, at Woodbury Central Park.

Retiring Mayor Mary Giuliani Stephens and retiring City Council Members Julie Ohs and Christopher Burns were honored for their years of public service at a community event on December 19, at Central Park.

Council members Julie Ohs, Christopher Burns & Mayor Mary Giuliani Stephens accomplished a lot during their 12 years in office.

In this months Woodbury Update: Environmental News, Winter information, local Ice Rinks, Winter biking and more.

Mayor Mary Giuliani Stephens reflects on 8 wonderful years serving as the Mayor of Woodbury.

Woodbury Works is a new segment that looks at the jobs the city does almost every day. Join John Kokaisel as he shows what being a zamboni driver at HealthEast Sports Center entails.

Every year the Rath's family decorates their old family home for the holidays.

The Heritage House was built in 1870 and is one of the oldest structures still in Woodbury. It was converted to a museum by the Woodbury Heritage Society and is open to the public.

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