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Proof is Possible Green Fair

September 30, 2016 

Join TV and film personalities Corbett and Grace Lunsford as the Proof is Possible Tour makes a stop in Woodland at the Proof is Possible Green Fair! Woodland is one of just 20 cities being visited nationwide by the Proof is Possible Tour, which includes a tour of the "Tiny Lab," an ultra-efficient 200-square-foot house on wheels that demonstrates energy-efficiency tools and techniques.

Tour the Tiny Lab between 11:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. or between 2:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. and attend a workshop from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. showing how to apply lessons from this whole-house approach to increase efficiency and comfort in your home.

The Proof is Possible Green Fair is a Step Up and Power Down and City sponsored event and, along with the tours of the Tiny Lab and workshop, will include informational booths, the Buckhorn food truck, and energy-saving prizes. Join us on Sunday, October 9 at the Woodland Public Library parking lot from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.!

Admission is free. Visit for more information and to RSVP to the event.

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Conservation Still Needed Despite Sustainable Water Supply

June 29, 2016 

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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Take Action to Protect Your Water Supply

January 21, 2014 
Woodland 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
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