MUNICIPAL ID CARDS ARE NOW AVAILABLE TO ANY
WOODSTOCK RESIDENT, AGE 14 AND UP
Using this card, Woodstock residents can:
- show support for everyone who lives in town
- enter any Onteora school to pick up their child
- be seen at area hospitals and urgent care centers
- enter government buildings and some private buildings
- get a Woodstock Library card
- report a crime or seek police assistance
- cash a check
- go to The Good Neighbor Food Pantry
- retain proof of ID if their DACA status expires
More benefits to come!
To get a muni card, Woodstock residents should:
- go to the Town Clerk’s office, 45 Comeau Drive, 8:00 AM–4:00 PM,
M-F (Spanish spoken.)
- bring a valid federal, state, or foreign photo ID and two proofs of
residency that includes name and address.
- pay a processing fee of $10 for adults, $5 for 14–18 year-olds, veterans,
the disabled, and seniors (over 21). (Fee may be waived at the discretion
of the town.)
A Note on Privacy: The Town of Woodstock will retain residents’ names,
card numbers, and signatures only. It will not save their address or any
other identifying information.