| Permits, Licenses, Forms, Services|
The City of Woodland has an alarm ordinance that requires every home or business with an alarm system to obtain a permit. Permits cost $76.00 for new/first time permits. Alarm permit renewal fee is $50.00 per year or $146.00 for three years. The ordinance is designed to reduce false alarms. An additional $110.00 fee is charged per false alarm in excess of 2 false alarms per 30 days, 3 false alarms per 90 days or more than 5 false alarms per 180 days.
To apply for an alarm permit, renew an existing permit or to pay a false alarm fine, please click here.
Bicycles are required to be licensed by City Ordinance. The initial license fee is $12.00 and renewal is $6.00. Bikes should be brought to the front office of the Police Department for inspection when requesting a license. Bike helmets are required for all children under 18 years of age. For more information see the DMV Vehicle Code.
- REQUEST FOR INFORMATION (Request for Police Report)
Traffic or crime reports are available from the Police Department per the terms of the California Public Records Act and California Government Code Section 6254f at the front counter during regular business hours for $0.35 (35 cents) per page. Photo ID is required.
To access the form online and print, click the preferred version: English or Spanish.
The Department utilizes volunteers in a number of areas. We are always looking for people willing to help improve community safety. Volunteer activities include vacation and residential home checks, assistance with report processing, and staffing at Department events. To volunteer, call the Volunteer Coordinator at 530-661-7854.
The Department provides referrals to many community organizations that offer legal, health and employment services, as well as low or reduced cost meals, shelter and related services to individuals or families in times of need. Click here for more information, including public locations for acquiring crisis resources.