Here Comes Old Man Winter!
As 2019 nears its end, we prepare for colder temperatures and icy conditions. Your City Commission has already taken steps to prepare for whatever “Old Man Winter” intends to send our way. While we always ask for everyone to do their part in keeping the roads clear, it is especially important to do this when snow falls and temperatures drop. Thanks for all you do to keep our roads safe!
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*11th Annual Summerfest scheduled for July 18, 2020 in Hardy Brinly Park. Watch for more info.
BREAK-INS AND THEFT ARE ALWAYS A THREAT ESPECIALLY DURING THE HOLIDAYS
Unfortunately, there is always a risk of home and vehicle break-ins but that risk is always greater during the holiday season. As a precaution please keep all home doors and windows locked while away. The majority of theft from vehicles are the result of them being left unlocked. Make sure to keep your vehicles locked at all times with nothing of value inside. Please report all crimes and suspicious activities to police dispatch at 574-2111. If you see a crime in progress call 911 immediately.
The Woodland Hills City Commission would like to wish all residents a safe, peaceful and Merry Christmas and a very happy and prosperous 2020.
City Commission meetings in calendar year 2020 will be held on the 4th Tuesday of each month, except for December which will be held on the second Tuesday. All meetings are open to the public and will be held at 7pm in the First Baptist Church conference room in Middletown.
Don’t forget to order your quality Woodland Hills cap, $10 each.
Contact the Mayor or any Commissioner to place your order.
Great gifts for any occasion!