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COVID-19 - Updates and Response Information
March 27, 2020 - The City cares about the health of residents, city employees, visitors and those who work in Woodland.
All critical services that Woodland provides – police and fire protection, traffic control, water and wastewater and solid waste pickup – will continue to be fully available as normal. Woodland is prepared to continue providing these services uninterrupted, should the virus spread within the community.
Residents are reminded to stay at home, and only go out for essential work and essential activities. Despite the rain this week, spring temperatures and sunny days are coming. "Woodland residents have really stepped up and are doing their part to slow the spread of COVID-19. We urge the community to continue to spend time at home and outside with their immediate families and practice safe social distancing until such time the shelter-in place orders are lifted. Let’s keep our spirits up and do our part." Mayor Rich Lansburgh. Residents are advised that group sports, picnics, barbeques, and other outdoor group gatherings in City parks or other locations are not allowed under the Yolo County Public Health Official’s shelter in place order. Also, people should refrain from the use of playgrounds at parks as COVID-19 can last for 72 hours on surfaces.
City Facility Closures Update
The Woodland Police Department public counter is now closed to walk-ins. However, police services remain available:
City Hall, the Library, Community & Senior Center, Woodland Sports Park, and the Charles Brooks Community Pool (and associated programs) remain closed. Those needing building permit and inspection services may contact (530) 661-5820. Reference questions and virtual library cards can be issued by emailing email@example.com.
City Council Update
Meetings - City Council meetings will be conducted pursuant to the provisions of California Executive Order 29-20, which suspends certain requirements of the Ralph M. Brown Act. In the interest of public health and safety, all of the City Councilmembers will be participating in City Council meetings by teleconference. In accordance with the Executive Order, there will be no members of the public in attendance at the Council Meetings.
City Council will be holding teleconferenced meetings, each Tuesday at 6 pm with the next in-person meeting scheduled for April 21. The public is encouraged to listen to the City Council meeting live on Woodland TV Channel 20 and also by visiting www.cityofwoodland.org. If you wish to make a comment during general public comment or on a specific agenda item, there are two ways to do that. You may leave a voice mail message at (530) 661-5900. All voice mail messages received by 6:00 p.m. will be played during the City Council meeting and read into the record at the appropriate time. Any member of the public watching the live stream who wishes to make a comment on an item as it is being heard may submit an email to the City Clerk at CouncilMeetings@cityofwoodland.org prior to Public Comment on that item. Email comments submitted to be read into the record shall be no more than three (3) minutes when read aloud. Please include the agenda item in the subject line.
Go to trusted sources for the facts on COVID-19. The City is in continuous communication with Yolo County Public Health about COVID-19 and will share any important updates on our website as well as our social media channels.
Yolo County is the lead agency for the COVID-19 response, for more information on the County response, please visit: www.yolocounty.org/coronavirus.
Additional information can also be found at www.cityofwoodland.org. To receive email alerts from the City of Woodland visit www.cityofwoodland/notifyme. To receive email alerts from the County visit www.yolocounty.org.