Stonemill Farms Community Information
7100 Northland Circle N.
Brooklyn Park, MN 55427
Stonemill Farms Community Center
11390 Waterview Way
Woodbury, MN 55129
City of Woodbury
Watering Restriction Information
US Postal Service (Woodbury)
South Washington County District #833
Liberty Ridge Elementary
Lake Middle School
East Ridge High School
Bielenberg Sports Center
Eagle Valley Golf Course
Washington County Library
R.H. Stafford Branch
Organizations in Woodbury
The American Legion, Woodbury Post 501
Contact name: Tom Grezek Sr.
Phone: (651) 731-4653
Organization address: 8301 Valley Creek Road, Woodbury, MN 55125-3330
Web site: www.woodburyamericanlegion.org
Organization description: Since its inception in 1919, The American Legion has been an advocate for America's veterans, a friend of the U.S. military, a sponsor of community-based programs for young people and a spokesperson for patriotic values. At 2.8 million members and 15,000 posts, it is the nation's largest veterans group. Membership is restricted to veterans who served in the U.S. military during an official period of conflict.
Woodbury Chamber of Commerce
Phone: (651) 578-0722
Organization address: 7650 Currell Boulevard, Suite 360, Woodbury, MN 55125
Web site: www.woodburychamber.org
Organization description: The Woodbury Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit association of local businesses and individuals whose mission is to be the voice of business in Woodbury and the surrounding communities.
Woodbury Community Theatre
Contact name: Aletha Gerken
Phone: (651) 739-4627
Organization address: 1217 Parkwood Drive, Woodbury, MN 55125
Web site: www.woodburycommunitytheatre.org
Organization description: Community involvement and volunteerism have been the cornerstone of this creative organization for more than 25 years. The theatre relies on local talent on stage but also behind the scenes with directing, choreography, costuming, set design and construction, business management, publicity and more.
Woodbury Heritage Society
Contact name: John Seemann
Phone: (651) 738-3675 or (651) 714-3564
Web site: www.woodburyheritage.org
Organization description: Mission Statement – To preserve and document Woodbury’s history and to aid residents of our community in learning and understanding more about Woodbury’s early years.
The Woodbury Heritage Society is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization founded in October 1983. Interest in local history was spurred by the Woodbury history book, Woodbury, A Past to Remember, published in 1976. A board of directors governs the society's activities. Elections to the board are held each spring at the annual meeting. A newsletter is sent to all members to provide news of the organization.
Membership meetings are held occasionally during the year, presenting programs of interest to both long-time and new residents of the community. These programs have featured Woodbury’s country schools, early roads in the city, family history nights, oral history workshops, gardening with heirloom plants, and educational tours. An annual potluck is held during the holiday season.
The Woodbury Heritage Society maintains a family/city history research room in the Woodbury City Hall, 8301 Valley Creek Road. Census, church and land records, family histories, and help with genealogical research are available. In recent years requests for information from our records have come from school classes, scout groups and local media, in addition to family history researchers, both local and out-state. The research room at Woodbury City Hall is open during daytime hours by appointment only. To set up an appointment, call (651) 714-3564 and leave a message or contact John Seemann, Woodbury Heritage Society president, at (651) 738-3675.
In addition to the research room the Society, in cooperation with the City of Woodbury, operates and maintains a historical house, garden, and tree park at the corner of Lake Road and Radio Drive. The Heritage Garden displays local heirloom plants, a vegetable garden and a butterfly garden. Many trees have been planted around the house and garden site to beautify the grounds. These trees were purchased with markers to memorialize relatives and friends who have ties to Woodbury. The attractive walkway to the entrance of the building contains engraved steppers also memorializing relatives and friends. Trees and steppers are still available for purchase. The Society hosts an open house at the Heritage House and Garden the second and fourth Sunday of each month, June through September, from 1 to 4 p.m.
If you are supportive of the work of the Woodbury Heritage Society, we invite you to become a member. Annual dues are $6 per member. For information call John Seemann at (651) 738-3675, or the Heritage Society’s research room at (651) 714-3564. You also may e-mail us at: email@example.com.
Woodbury Lions Club
Contact name: Brett Anderson
Phone: (651) 353-0493
Web site: www.woodburylions.org
Organization description: Our primary focus is to support youth and educational programs and to assist people with sight and hearing impairments in the community. We try to help people in need in any way that we can. Our motto is: "We Serve." We have our regularly scheduled meeting at 5:30 p.m. on the first Tuesday of each month (September through May) at Ray J's in Woodbury.
Woodbury Rotary Club
Contact E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Web site: www.woodburyrotary.com
Organization description: Rotary is a worldwide organization of business, professional, and community leaders united worldwide, who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical business standards, and help build goodwill and peace. As signified by the motto "Service Above Self," Rotary’s main objective is service — in the community, workplace, and throughout the world.
Woodbury Youth Orchestra
Contact name: Benjamin Skroch
Phone: (651) 255-6772
Organization address: 8301 Valley Creek Road, Woodbury, MN 55125
Organization description: The Woodbury Youth Orchestra provides an opportunity for area youth through 12th grade, who play orchestral instruments, to enhance their musical skills and appreciation through participating in an orchestral ensemble.