Welcome Woodland Residents!
Frank Freeman and his wife were the first family to call Woodland home after buying a general store from Henry Wyckoff in the early 1850s.  From its founding, Woodland has maintained its “small town feel” with pedestrian-oriented, architecturally diverse and tree lined neighborhoods.
Woodland today is composed of an ethnically and economically diverse population in a mixture of housing sizes and types.  The core downtown has more than 140 years of preserved architectural history which is highlighted annually during the “Stroll Through History” event.  The more modern neighborhoods have been built to provide pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods with easy access to public transit and local shopping centers.
With a population of 60,703, Woodland’s unemployment rate is 6.2% with nearly 47% of the residents having earned a degree of higher education.
Woodland’s demographics:

  • White Non-Hispanic (53.0%)
  • Hispanic (38.8%)
  • American Indian (2.6%)
  • Black (1.3%)
  • Asian Indian (1.1%)
  • Other Asian (1.0%)
  • Filipino (0.6%)
  • Other race (21.5%)
  • Two or more races (4.9%)

(Total can be greater than 100% because Hispanics could be counted in other races) Click here for more information about Woodland