Community & Safety Resources

Welcome to the Woodland Fire Department's 'Community & Safety Resources' page! Our commitment to the safety and well-being of our community goes beyond emergency response. This dedicated section is a valuable resource for residents, providing a wealth of information and tools aimed at enhancing your safety and preparedness.

Here, you will find a wide range of resources, tips, and guides designed to empower you and your loved ones to make informed decisions in various safety-related situations. Whether it's fire safety, disaster preparedness, health and wellness, or community engagement, we've got you covered.

National Family Caregivers Appreciation Month - November

November is National Family Caregivers Appreciation Month, a time to honor and support the selfless individuals who provide care to their loved ones. We're celebrating the dedication of family caregivers throughout the month. For valuable resources, tips, and heartfelt stories, follow us on Facebook or click the links below. Together, we can make caregiving a little bit easier.

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Yolo County Resources

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2-1-1 Yolo is the information hub for Yolo County, linking residents to vital health and human services, information, and resources in the community.

Dial 2-1-1 from any phone in Yolo County or dial 1-530-392-4182 or our toll-free number at 1-855-866-1783.

Call 7-1-1 if you are hearing impaired and ask to be connected to 2-1-1

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Yolo County Healthy Aging Alliance is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to enhance the wellbeing of older adults in Yolo County through education, collaboration, and advocacy.

Find the services you need in or near Yolo County using the comprehensive list of resources for older adults, their families, and caregivers.

The City of Woodland Police and Fire Special Needs Alert Program (SNAP)

The City of Woodland Special Needs Alert Program (SNAP) assists First Responders (Police and Fire) to be more responsive during emergencies to residents of the City of Woodland with special needs. Maintained by the City of Woodland Police and Fire Departments, the registry can help first responders identify those who cannot identify themselves due to a disability or special need, such as Alzheimer’s or dementia, autism, or a speech disorder. For more information visit the Woodland Police Department website at:


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<<< Click on video button to view Safety videos in American Sign Language -NFPA

Videos cover topics such as electrical safety messages, heating safety messages, smoking safety messages, and cooking safety messages