Utility Infrastructure


The City of Woodland Utilities Division will provide safe, reliable, and efficient Water, Sewer and Storm service at a minimum cost to the community of Woodland.

Deputy Director of Public Works
Craig Locke

Maintenance Services provides for the routine and emergency operation, maintenance, and repair of the City's water, sewer, and storm systems and facilities which include:


Water Systems Administrator
Jeremy Cox

297 miles of water main, 9,480 valves, 15,635 service connections, 2,200 fire hydrants, 400,000 gallon elevated tank, 2-million gallon ground level storage tank, 19 domestic groundwater well sites, 20 water sample stations, 153 end of line blow offs, and 1180 backflow devices monitored in our backflow testing program.


Chief Collections Systems Operator
Alex Truitt

187 miles of sewer main, 5 miles of pressurized mains, 15,592 service connection which amounts to 77.5 miles of service line, 2,487 sewer maintenances holes, 2 sewer lift pump stations.


112 miles of storm line, 14 miles of drainage channel, 2,960 drain inlets, 82 inverted siphons (bubble-ups), 1,234 storm maintenance holes, 14 detention ponds (233 acres), 6 storm water pumps located in 2 storm water pumping stations.

Water Group

Sanitary Sewer Group

Storm/Drainage Group