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Cool Down & Save

Whew, it's a hot one today! Keep blinds and curtains drawn during the day to keep the heat out. Open up windows at night to catch that cool Delta breeze.

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Aerial View of the Sacramento River

What's Coming Down the Pipeline

Legislative Updates in the Water World & What It Means For You. 

Summer Water Supply
Starting June 1st, Term 91 went into effect, curtailing water rights in order to keep water quality levels acceptable in the Delta. This is a normal summer occurrence which leaves Woodland with 90-95% of water supply for our projected demand. Doing a little everyday to cut back on your water use could help us avoid pumping groundwater or purchasing water elsewhere.

55 Gallons per Day per Person Indoor Water Goal
Recently, Governor Brown signed Assembly Bills 1668 and 606, which set an indoor, per-person water use goal of 55 gallons per day. This will be added up to make a city-wide target, which Woodland is set to easily make. Last winter, when there is little to no irrigation, Woodlanders used an average of 54 gallons a day per person. To learn more, check out this tongue and cheek article by the Sacramento Bee, "No, Californians, you won't be fined $1,000 if you shower and do laundry the same day".
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Scoop the Poop

Properly Dispose of Your Pet Waste.

Did you know that pet waste washed from your yard can harm natural resources and wildlife? That’s because water that flows into our storm drains enter our waterways untreated where fish and wildlife live. Pet waste can carry harmful bacteria that can contaminate water and harm animals. Pet waste should only go in the trash (gray lid), even if it is in a compostable bag. It should NEVER go in green waste street piles or organics carts (brown lid).

Used fireworks

4th of July Notices

Fourth of July is right around the corner. Please be mindful of the following:

  • Waste Management will be closed Wednesday, July 4. Services will be delayed by one day, except Monday and Tuesday.  
  • City offices and the Yolo County Central Landfill will be closed for the holiday.
  • Avoid potential hazards by keeping used fireworks off of the street and away from green waste piles. Used fireworks should be thrown away in the trash once they are cooled down.
Woman drinking water

Annual Water Quality Report - 2017

Once again we are proud to present our annual water quality report covering all drinking water testing from January 1 to December 31, 2017. Over the years, we have dedicated ourselves to producing drinking water that meets all State and Federal standards. 

To view our City's 2017 Water Quality Report and to learn more about our drinking water, please click the following link:
2017 Water Quality Report - English (PDF)
2017 Water Quality Report - Spanish (PDF)

If you would like a physical copy of the 2017 Water Quality Report mailed to you or would like to speak with someone about the report, please call (530) 661-5945.


Come Camping in Yosemite!

The City of Woodland is sending kids 6th-8th grades to Yosemite for 5 days/4 nights this summer.  The campers will see all the majestic scenery of Yosemite National Park such as Yosemite Falls, El Capitan, and Half Dome. The City collaborates with NatureBridge to provide a hands-on environmental science program and immerse campers into the wonder and science of Yosemite.

The trip leaves Woodland on Friday, August 10 and returns on Tuesday, August 14, and cost of the trip is $249 (or $349 for non-Woodland residents). Register online at https://rec.cityofwoodland.org or for more information about the Outdoor Adventure Trip to Yosemite, contact City of Woodland Community Services at (530) 661-2000.

Valley Clean Energy (VCE) has officially launched!

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