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Measure F Frequently Asked Questions

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Measure F, appearing on the November ballot, asks City of Woodland voters to extend an existing 1/2-cent sales tax for an additional 12 years. The tax currently generates $4.5 million per year. If re-authorized by Woodland voters, Measure F will continue to fund street maintenance and park improvement projects and will allow the city to increase funding for police and fire fire services. The 1/2-cent sales tax was first approved in 2000 (Measure H) and re-authorized in 2006 (Measure E).


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Fire Station Open House

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October in the United States marks a time in which fire prevention and education is championed in the fire service. Each of the three stations will be open from 10am to 12pm on the following Saturdays in October:
Station 2 located at 1519 West Street October 1st from 10 to noon
Station 3 located at 1550 Springlake Court October 8th from 10 to noon
Station 1 located at 101 Court Street October 22nd from 10-noon
For more information please contact Fire Administration at (530)661-5860 and see you in October!


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City of Woodland Seeks Employees for Open Vacancies

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The City of Woodland is currently looking to fill open positions for employment. Please visit the City's Human Resource "Open Positions" page by clicking here. Remember to check back often as new positions get posted as they become available.




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Yolo County Volunteer Fair

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Are you looking for a volunteer opportunity but don’t know where to start? Then come join us at the Woodland Community and Senior Center, 2001 East Street, on October 5 to find ways you can serve in your community.


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Yolo County Senior Resource & Crime Prevention Fair

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The Woodland Senior Center, in partnership with the Yolo County District Attorney’s Office and the Woodland Police Department, is hosting the 2016 Yolo County Senior Resource and Crime Prevention Fair on Thursday, October 13th from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.


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Main Street and Cleveland Street Signal Improvement Project

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The Main Street and Cleveland Street Signal Improvement Project will upgrade the existing intersection by installing new traffic signal equipment, vehicle detection on Cleveland Street, new signal poles, signal heads, audible pedestrian signals, and pedestrian signal heads. The project will reconstruct the four non-compliant ADA curb ramps at the intersection to bring them into compliance with current state and federal standards. The project will also microsurface and restripe the intersection.


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Kentucky Avenue Widening and Complete Streets Project

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This week, city staff received Caltrans and Federal authorization to proceed with construction on the Kentucky Avenue Project. Staff is finalizing the project documents for bid advertisement late September/early October with bid opening anticipated in November. Construction of public utility improvements and private utility relocations are anticipated to begin by November 2016 with the roadway widening and reconstruction work to begin in spring 2017. The project is estimated to be complete by December 2018. More information is available by clicking here.


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The City of Woodland Public Safety Special Needs Alert Program

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In its continual endeavor to provide better service to the residents of the City of Woodland, the Woodland Public Safety Department has created the SNAP Program. The Special Needs Alert Program (SNAP), assists First Responders (Police and Fire) to be more responsive during emergencies to residents of the City of Woodland with special needs.


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Movies on Main Street

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Come Downtown on Friday, October 14 to watch “The Good Dinosaur” on Main Street. The City of Woodland will be hosting “Movies on Main Street”. This free, family friendly event is loaded with fun for everyone! The entertainment begins at 5:30 with games, crafts and a free bounce house.


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Conservation Still Needed Despite Sustainable Water Supply

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The City of Woodland urges residents and businesses to continue conserving water by aiming for a 10% reduction in water use compared to 2013. In the hot, dry summer months Woodland’s water use nearly doubles. Reduce your use by limiting outdoor irrigation to three days per week between the hours of 6 p.m. and 10 a.m. Also, remember to keep Woodland, “The City of Trees” and take extra care of your trees during the drought.

Read the full article to learn more about recent changes to water use restrictions.


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