Updated May 14, 2021
In accordance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) new mask guidance, Governor Walz signed an updated executive order ending the statewide face covering requirement.
- The City of Woodbury does not have a mask mandate in place and will continue to follow the executive orders issued by the governor and COVID-19 guidance provided by the CDC.
- Now in effect, customers visiting city facilities are no longer required to wear a face covering or physically distance.
- However, the CDC does recommend those who are not fully vaccinated continue wearing masks while indoors.
- Please demonstrate a respectful attitude toward those individuals that continue to wear a mask for added personal protection or in order to follow the current recommendations.
- Visitors attending private events in our banquet or event spaces may still be required to mask. Please check with your host.
- Some groups scheduling practices, games or events at the Healtheast Sports Center may require visitors or participants to wear face masks while attending. Please check with your event organizer.
- Private businesses may still require face masks inside their facilities and the public should follow those requirements.
COVID-19 vaccines are now available to residents ages twelve and older, visit the MDH COVID-19 website to learn more and sign up.
The city will continue sending announcements and changes to all current city services, meetings and operations if/when they are deemed necessary. If you'd like to get email notifications, register for InTouch and select the "HealthEast Sports Center" or "Recreation Programs/Events" lists.
HealthEast Sports Center (HSC) is one of the largest multiuse sports centers in the state. HSC serves the community and region with high-quality indoor and outdoor facilities, including a 90,000-square-foot indoor field house, two indoor ice arenas, an outdoor refrigerated recreational ice skating rink, 36 outdoor athletic fields and a splash pad water feature. It is home to three local high school hockey teams and Madison’s Place, the Twin Cities East Metro’s first completely handicapped-accessible inclusive playground.