Water Line and Hydrant Flushing


The Town of Woodstock will be flushing hydrants and water lines beginning Monday, May 14, 2018 for approximately two weeks.


If you experience dirty water, please run your water until it clears. Your patience and co-operation will be appreciated.


Brush Removal


The Town of Woodstock will hold their spring brush pick up days beginning May 21st, 2018. Please place your brush (small tree limbs, shrubs, plant material, and bagged leaves) in a neat pile near the edge of the road no later than May 21st to ensure your brush is picked up.


Brush will be picked up by the public works crews only.  Please keep regular garbage separate as Kearneys Hygenic Services is not responsible for brush pick up.  This will be your last chance for pick up until Fall of 2018.  If you have any questions please call the Public Works office at 325-4644.



                                                                                    Town of Woodstock

                                                                                    Public Works






Notice is hereby given that the Council of the Town of Woodstock is considering amending the Municipal Plan, By-Law #300 and the Zoning By-Law #301 by rezoning the following property:


PROPERTY:               A Portion of PID: 10216208

                                    191 Charles Street     

REZONING:                from “G” Rural or Greenbelt

to “MH” – Manufactured Dwelling


A Public Presentation is set for, Monday, April 23, 2018, 7 pm in the Council Chambers, 824 Main Street.  Following the presentation, Woodstock Town Council will receive submissions regarding this proposal until 4:30 pm, May 23, 2018.



John Pinsent

Chief Administrative Officer

Please click link below for notice & map:

Notice of Public Presentation-191 Charles-MH.pdf 1.9MB


Environmental Impact Assessment Registration (1422)

The Town of Woodstock (the Town) is proposing to complete a new municipal water system in Grafton, Carlton County, NB in order to supply the Town with a viable source of potable water that would not be at risk to annual flooding. Following a groundwater exploration program conducted in 2015, a potential viable water source was identified on a property located near Grafton, Carleton County, New Brunswick (Property Identification (PID) No. 10165819). Following the groundwater exploration program, a new production well was installed on the property, and subsequent well development and hydraulic testing confirmed the viability of the water supply.

Link to  information on GNB website: Click here