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Water-Wise Wednesdays - March 4th Convert Workshop

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The first talk in the City of Woodland and The Yolo County Resource Conservation District annual series of free workshops on outdoor water conservation is this coming Wednesday, March 4, 2015. Taylor Lewis with the UC Davis Arboretum will explian the steps to convert your landscape from turf to water-wise plantings.


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Online Registration Available for Community Services Programs

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Community Services is now accepting registration online. Most available programming offered within the CSD will be available to register and pay for online. Click to register for Spring & Summer Community Services programs online now!


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ARBOR DAY TREE PLANTING! – MARCH 14, 2015

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Help celebrate Arbor Day! Volunteers are needed on Saturday, March 14 from 9:00 AM to Noon to plant trees in various locations throughtout the City. Please bring a shovel, sturdy shoes and gloves. The City Arborist will demonstrate proper tree planting techniques and Environmental Services will have a table with information on water conservation and how to help your trees survive the drought.

Volunteers will gather at Everman Park (929 Cottage Drive) at 9:00 A.M. and go to various tree planting sites from there.


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2015 Water-Wise Wednesdays Workshop Series

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The City of Woodland and The Yolo County Resource Conservation District invite the public to a third annual series of free workshops on outdoor water conservation every Wednesday evening in March from 7:00 to 8:30. The series will be held at the Woodland Community and Senior Center at 2001 East Street in Woodland. The workshops will cover a variety of outdoor water conservation issues and techniques, including lawn removal and conversion to water-wise landscapes, attracting native pollinators with drought-tolerant plants, selecting the best plants for your water-wise landscape, helping trees survive the drought, retaining rainwater on site, and choosing the right irrigation system for your landscape needs.



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ReXpo

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Join the City of Woodland Community Services Department for a summer recreation program exposition “ReXpo” and Senior Art Show from 4 – 7 p.m. on March 6 at the Woodland Community & Senior Center. Outside the Community & Senior Center, food trucks from SactoMoFo will be serving food and beverages.


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Woodland Boards and Commissions Need YOU!

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The City is accepting applications for the following voluntary City Boards and Commissions and Advisory Committees:

Board of Building Appeals
Commission on Aging
Parks and Recreation Commission
Personnel Board
Planning Commission
Traffic Safety Commission
Water Utilities Advisory Committee (WUAC)

Applications and additional information can be obtained at City Hall or on the City’s website, cityofwoodland.org. You can also contact Ana Gonzalez, City Clerk, by e-mail at ana.gonzalez@cityofwoodland.org or by phone at (530) 661-5806.


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Woodland Residents Continue to Conserve Water

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The City of Woodland, its residents, and businesses continue to show impressive water conservation gains, with 12% reduction in water use for October compared to the same month in 2013! THANK YOU!


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Dial Back the Clock and Fire Prevention Safety Tips

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Daylight savings ends on Sunday, November 2. Turn back your clocks and change your smoke detector batteries!


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All-Way Stop at California and Beamer Street

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On Thursday, October 23, City crews will be at the intersection of California and Beamer installing stop signs on Beamer Street to make the intersection an all-way stop!


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Join the 2,400 Trees Campaign!

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The 2,400 Trees Campaign is a community-wide effort coordinated jointly by the City of Woodland and the Woodland Tree Foundation. The City’s Climate Action Plan calls for increasing Woodland’s community tree canopy 50% by 2020 by planting 6,000 new trees between 2014 and 2020 and maintaining and nurturing existing trees. As an initial step toward this target, Mayor Stallard has announced a goal of planting 2,400 trees community-wide in 24 months (July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2016).


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