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"Street Sounds" First Friday Art Walk

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"Street Sounds" will be hitting the high notes in Downtown Woodland for the August 1, 2014 First Friday Art Walk.

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The Heidrick Ag History Center

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The Heidrick Ag History Center is an educational non-profit museum dedicated to enhancing people’s understanding and appreciation of California’s rich cultural heritage through the presentation of its collection and rotating exhibits.

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Have a Block Party for National Night Out!

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On Tuesday, August 5, 2014, neighborhoods throughout Woodland are invited to join forces with thousands of communities nationwide for the 31st Annual National Night Out crime/drug prevention event.

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Job Opportunities with the City of Woodland

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"Open Positions" have recently been posted. Be sure to check out what new opportunites you could have as a City of Woodland employee!

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Woodland Continues Utility Bill Assistance to Low-Income Households

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Beginning July 7, 2014 City of Woodland will begin accepting applications for the utility assistance program. The utility assistance program provides low-income residential households with 3 months of assistance at $58.75 per month.

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***DROUGHT UPDATE***

News ImageUntil we complete construction of our Surface Water Project, groundwater remains Woodland's only source of water. Due in part to the drought, the City's groundwater levels are now the lowest in recent history. Currently the City has 19 groundwater wells. Some groundwater wells are already 'off line’ due to contaminant levels and others may need to be shut down if water levels keep dropping. This could result in water shortages and mandatory restrictions on water use in the near future.

You can help avoid water shortages by limiting water use from 5 a.m. to 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. when the demand on our water supply is at its maximum. We are urging customers to refrain from watering lawns or irrigating landscaping during these times.

Water users’ efforts to conserve water have already resulted in a 20% reduction in water use from recent years and helped the situation from being worse. Please continue doing what you can to conserve and avoid using water, as much as possible, during the above "peak" hours.

By working together, we can avoid water shortages and protect the groundwater wells that we rely upon for our water supply. For additional information and tips on easy ways to save water, please visit cityofwoodland.org/waterconservation, and/or contact our water conservation staff at conservewater@cityofwoodland.org; (530) 661-2067.

Thank you,

Paul Navazio
City Manager



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"Little Free Library"

News ImageLook for a "Little Free Library" in your neighborhood! These small standing library boxes have been placed in public places around the City of Woodland and contain a collection of books for all to share. Give a book - take a book!
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The Woodland Farmer's Market

News ImageAttend The Woodland Farmer's Market every Saturday from 9am to noon at the Heritage Plaza location. We are true believers that if more people eat the fresh produce that we offer at the farmers market, more people would eat the fresh produce because of the taste alone! So come on out and visit us and you too will be hooked on the taste of fresh fruits and vegetables!
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Community Survey for Yolo Broadband Strategic Plan

News ImageIf you live and/or work in Yolo County, help Yolo Broadband understand your needs for broadband Internet by completing the short online survey below, and help us extend our reach by forwarding the survey to your family, friends and colleagues.

For Residents: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/yolo-residents

For Businesses: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/yolo-business

For more information, please visit http://www.yoloshare.org/
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Take Action to Protect Your Water Supply

News ImageWoodland is currently asking water customers to voluntarily cut back water use by 20% in order to prevent potential future water shortages. 2014 is starting out as the third dry year in a row. The Governor has delcared a drought emergency. Little or no rain means the City has less groundwater to pump, and pumping water to deliver to homes and businesses becomes more expensive. As the demand for water increases during the summer months, we could face a shortage in water supplies. For tips on conserving water both indoors and outdoors, please visit www.cityofwoodland.org/waterconservation.
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