Water Conservation

2015 Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation

From April 1 - 30 the City of Woodland is participating in the National Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation. The Challenge is a friendly non-profit competition between cities across the country. Go to www.mywaterpledge.com to take a short series of online pledges including water and energy use reductions. When you enter the challenge you earn a chance to win great prizes including a Toyota Prius Plug-in, home irrigation kits, home improvement store gift cards, and more.


4th Annual Woodland Water-Wise Landscape Tour - Saturday, May 2

The fourth annual Woodland Water-Wise Landscape Tour will be held on Saturday, May 2, 2015. This is a free self-guided tour of Woodland residential water-wise landscapes.

The Registration Event will be held from 8:30 to 10:00 a.m. at the Woodland Community Center (2001 East Street). Highlights include displays, a panel presentation by homeowners sharing landscape conversion stories, and a tour site overview. Presentations begin at 9:00 a.m. The Tour will run from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tour maps will be available until 10:00 a.m. at the Registration Event. Get ideas for your own property as you view local water-wise landscapes that could help conserve water and save money. 

For more information view the landscape tour blog or the 2015 Landscape Tour Flyer.

Drought Update

The City of Woodland thanks all of our water users for their efforts in reducing water use.  In July 2014, Woodland had a 27% reduction in water use from the previous year.  Please keep up your current conservation efforts.  

In order to meet the requirements of the State Emergency Water Conservation Regulation, the Woodland City Council on August 19 proclaimed the first level of its water shortage contingency plan, a Stage One, Water Alert. Under this water conservation stage, all water users are required to reduce water use from normal water use levels (your average water use for that month) by 10%, with efforts made to achieve this reduction wholly or partly by cutting back outdoor irrigation.

What Does a 20% Reduction Look Like?

Click on an image to view and print a PDF version of the flyer.


Looking for Ways to Reduce Your Water Use?

Leak Detection Brochure
The Cost of Water Waste

Calculate your home water usage with this free water use calculator from the Alliance for Water Efficiency, simply click the image on left. The Water Calculator automatically compares estimated water use against an average home and efficient home in the same region with the same number of residents. The Water Calculator also estimates the carbon footprint of household hot water use and helps identify areas where improved water efficiency may be possible.

Contact Us:

City of Woodland
Environmental Services
Water Conservation
(530) 661-2067