News Flash


Posted on: April 27, 2020


Reopening Plan

The William G. Long Senior Center will remain closed through May 13th and a determination for reopening will be made in the near future. Playgrounds in City parks will remain closed until May 13th

The City Hall Annex will open to the public on May 14th. Virtual services and the drive-thru window at the Annex will remain open to serve the public until the building reopens, as well as after the reopening.

May court dates have been rescheduled to June. Go to to determine updated court dates. If you have received a citation from Woodstock Police or Georgia State Patrol within city limits for most citations, you may avoid a court appearance by paying your fine online at You may also pay by phone at 1-844-263-6701 or by mail to City of Woodstock Municipal Court at 12453 Hwy 92, Woodstock, GA 30188. Online payments and payments by phone must be received by midnight the day before your court date. Payments by mail must be received the Friday prior to your court date. For Municipal Court questions and assistance, call 770-592-6030 Option 7 or email

If you need a motor vehicle collision report from an incident that took place in Woodstock city limits, you can check This third-party site provides reports available for download in PDF format for a nominal fee. Call 770-592-6030 Option 7 or email, if you need additional information to locate your report in their database.

Building and site plans can be submitted by email at Development Services is assisting with licenses, permits and applications by email at If you need assistance with Planning and Zoning matters, call 770-592-6050 or email

Citizens in the City of Woodstock may pay their Water & Sewer Utility bills online at or using the drive-thru window at the City Hall Annex (12453 Hwy 92 Woodstock, GA 30188).

The Planning Commission Meeting and the Downtown Development Authority Meeting on May 7th will be a combination of in-person/online meetings.

The May 11th and May 18th City Council Meetings will also be a combination of in-person/online meetings. Mayor Henriques will be in the Chambers at City Center and other Council Members may attend by Zoom or in person. The public has the option to attend with restrictions and may submit comments in advance or request to speak on Zoom. Presentations will be made via Zoom. On June 8th, Woodstock City Council returns to normal meeting protocols.

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