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Communications & Public Information
The City of Woodstock believes that excellent, open communication is essential in encouraging civic engagement. Excellent communication provides a better understanding of each party’s purpose, view, and goals. By fostering an environment where citizens are informed and involved, the City of Woodstock will continue to excel as an ideal City in which to live, work, and play.
Communications to residents, visitors and stakeholders is currently housed in the Office of Economic Development.
For City Council and General Government Media Requests:
contact Interim Communications Manager/OED Marketing Manager Stacy Brown at 678-217-2386 or email our communications team for further assistance.
For Woodstock Police Department Media Requests:
contact Woodstock Police Department Public Information Office through the information found here.
Open Records RequestsOpen Records Requests can be made following the procedure found here.
Citizen Request for Action
If you would like to submit a request for action, please use our online form located here.
Towne Hall News & Other Notifications
To sign up to receive the monthly Towne Hall Newsletter and other pertinent information via email manage your subscription here.
Social MediaWoodstock's communications team leads the overall social media strategy for the City. Please stay connected with us by following any of the pages listed below:
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