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January 14, 2019
8534 Main Street
February 11, 2019
8534 Main Street
December 26, 2017, 7:30 AM - January 14, 2018, 8:00 PM @ Olde Rope Mill Park
Disposing of your Christmas tree? Let the City of Woodstock recycle it for you!
Bring your Christmas trees to Rope Mill Park starting the day after Christmas and we will feed them into our chipper. Then, the following week, bring a shovel to Rope Mill Park any time from 8:00am to dusk to “dip” into the free mulch!
Our Bring One for the Chipper event, sponsored by the Keep Georgia Beautiful campaign and the City of Woodstock Stormwater Department, will take place on January 6th, 9:00a.m. – 4:00 p.m. at Olde Rope Mill Park. Free tree seedlings coffee and donuts will also be available at Rope Mill Park as Christmas trees are dropped off.
Christmas Tree Chip n Dip will take place December 26 – January 15th.
Please no decorations, stands, or flocked trees. Flocked and painted trees are poisonous to our river and animals in the park.
For questions, please contact Marybeth Stockdale at 770-592-6000 ext: 1952.
January 4, 2018, 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ Woofstock Park Trail Head
RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY FOR TOWNE LAKE PASS TRAIL
The City of Woodstock will host a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the Towne Lake Pass Trail at 5:00p.m. on January 4, 2018. The ceremony will be held at the Woofstock Park Trail Head located at 150 Dupree Road.
The multi-purpose trail connection was built in conjunction with Cherokee County. The Cherokee County Commission, in December 2016, approved a $2.86 million contract with Integrated Construction & Nobility, Inc. to construct the project. The concrete path runs from Woofstock Park to Towne Lake Hills South. It will connect Towne Lake residents to the Noonday Creek Trail; which runs from Market Street in downtown Woodstock to Highway 92.
The project was funded using Woodstock's portion of the county's 2008 parks bond proceeds. In 2016, The City of Woodstock and Cherokee County Board of Commissioners approved a joint resolution dedicating the trail to former Woodstock City Council member Tessa Basford who passed away in 2