City of Woodland
300 First Street
The City of Woodland provides water and wastewater (sewer) services to close to 17,000 accounts and is committed to providing the highest water quality at the lowest possible cost for our customers. These utilities are operated to be financially self-sufficient. Monthly rates and charges are the primary source of revenue to fund these utility operations, which include system operations and maintenance, capital infrastructure improvements, debt service and costs related to long-term operational or financial management, such as maintaining adequate fund reserves and contingency planning.
The City is proposing to increase water and wastewater utility revenues by adjusting water rates over a five-year period. Revenues will be used to ensure the City can meet State and Federal water quality laws, and construct, repair, maintain and properly operate water supply infrastructure.
On December 7, 2021, the City Council will consider a series of water and wastewater rate adjustments for the years 2022 to 2026. The first rate adjustment under this proposal will take effect on January 2022, if approved.
Please follow the links below to view the DRAFT Utility Rate Studies and Proposition 218 Notice of Public Hearing.
Proposition 218 Notice of Public Hearing
City of Woodland - 2021 Water Rate Study DRADT Report to City
City of Woodland - 2021 WW Rate Study DRAFT Report to City