From April 23rd to the 29th, the City of Woodstock will join cities around the state in celebrating Georgia Cities Week sponsored by Georgia Municipal Association. This observance recognizes the many services city governments provide and their contribution to a better quality of life in Georgia. This year’s theme, “Lighting the Way” reflects the role cities play in the state’s history, economy, and culture.

The City of Woodstock is kicking off Georgia Cities Week celebrations early. The City-Wide Yard Sale and Greenstock Day Recycling Event will take place on Saturday, April 22nd. Also, Woodstock Police Department will host a hiring event at the City Hall Annex from 10 am to 4 pm on Saturday. On Monday, April 24th from 5 pm to 6:30 pm, the city will host a Touch-A-Truck event to introduce our youngest residents to the value of local government on East Main Street in downtown Woodstock. On Thursday, April 27th, the Woodstock Visitors Center will host evening Downtown Walking Tours (tickets at Learn about agriculture in Cherokee County at IN WDSTK’s Morning INfluence on Friday, April 28th at 8 am at the Chambers at City Center (register at On Saturday, April 30th, Woodstock Farm Fresh Market will take place from 8:30 am to noon on Market Street in downtown

“City government is the closest to most citizens and the one with the most direct daily impact upon residents,” said City Manager Jeff Moon. “We hope you will join us at one or more of these events to learn more about your city government and celebrate with us.” Find more information about Georgia Cities Week and the events mentioned in the news section of the city’s website at

About City of Woodstock, GA: Located just 30 miles north of Atlanta, Woodstock’s City limits include more than 12 square miles and over 35,000 residents. Woodstock is a Georgia PlanFirst Community, a Platinum Level ARC Green Community, and a recipient of Georgia Municipal Association’s Live Work Play City Award. Learn more at