Environmental Services supports community stewardship of natural resources and the city’s compliance with federal, state, and local environmental laws and regulations. Environmental Services educates the public about environmental regulatory compliance and promotes conservation in several areas:
- Energy conservation and reductions in greenhouse gas emissions
- Solid waste reduction and recycling
- Storm water quality
- Water conservation
Every city and county in California is required to divert 50% of their waste from going to the landfill or face fines of up to $10,000 per day.
Water conservation is for life! Please join us to stop water waste in its tracks.
We need your help in reducing Woodland's greenhouse gas emissions to achieve our Climate Action Plan goals consistent with State goals for addressing California's contributions to climate change.
Thanks to a combination of its green waste and street sweeping programs, Woodland is proud to claim some of the cleanest streets around.
Keep up-to-date with environmental news in Woodland from the Public Works Environment Services Division.
Access information about the importance of storm water and dry-weather runoff.
Find out what other environmental issues there are to contend with in Woodland.
City of Woodland Solar Project
Woodland's Solar Project includes solar arrays at six locations, which will generate enough renewable energy to cover 80% to 90% of the energy demand of five of the six city facilities.
For more information, visit the City of Woodland Solar Project page.