Consists of department level management and administrative staff for all Public Works Divisions.
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: solid waste reduction and recycling, water conservation, storm water quality, and energy conservation and reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.
The Fleet and Facilities Maintenance Branch is responsible for the administration and operation of the municipal garage and the maintenance of all City vehicles and equipment, and all emergency generator sites. Additionally, this branch is responsible for maintaining City facilities including City Hall and the Municipal Services Center (MSC), the new Police Facility, all Fire Stations, City Pools, Library, and the Armory.
The City of Woodland has over 160 acres of parks and recreation areas and one swimming pool, which are used by over 45,000 park users each year! We also operate a 22-acre full service historical cemetery. The Public Works Parks Division is responsible for their maintenance and upkeep.
Right-of-way is made up of the following work groups: electrical, signs & markings, streets, and trees.
The Infrastructure Branch is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the City's street system, including signs and markings, sidewalk/curb/gutter maintenance, City street trees, parking lots, traffic signals and street lights. Additionally this branch is responsible for our water wells, water distribution system, sewer collection system, and storm drain system.
Wastewater Operations is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the Water Pollution Control Facility and city laboratory and for implementation of the Pretreatment Program. The Pretreatment Program includes an industrial pretreatment component and a pollution prevention component, which includes education and enforcement to prevent conditions that lead to sanitary sewer overflows. The environmental compliance staff in the Pretreatment Program also helps to monitor contractors’ adherence to storm water pollution prevention plans on construction sites.