The City's Construction and Demolition (C&D) Ordinance became effective September 18, 2006. This ordinance was established in order to help the City comply with AB939 (signed into California state law in 1989) which requires local governments to divert 50% of materials sent to the landfill by the year 2000, and each successive year thereafter. Monetary fines up to $10,000 per day may be issued by the state for non-compliance.
Project Types Subject to the C&D Ordinance: To find out if a project is subject to the C&D Ordinance, download and view the C&D Information Brochure or contact the City's C&D Coordinator at 530-661-2063 or C&Drecycling@cityofwoodland.org.
Compliance Materials: To assist in compliance with the C&D Ordinance, the following materials are available for download as PDF files:
Additional Information: An estimated 29% of the waste stream going to California landfills has been determined to be from construction and demolition debris. Many of these materials can be recycled or reused. For more information on statewide C&D debris diversion, visit the CalRecycle Construction & Demolition webpage.
For questions or assistance, please contact the City's C&D Coordinator:
City of Woodland Public Works Department, Environmental Services Division
42929 County Road 24, Woodland, CA 95776