Boards & Commissions

Boards and commissions (referred to collectively as “city commissions”) have a critical role in the City of Woodland. Commissions provide another important avenue for determining the community’s feelings about an issue. The individuals who serve on the City’s commissions are among the most respected and appreciated volunteers in the community. The Community Services has two commissions who advise to the City Council: Parks & Recreation Commission and Commission on Aging.

Apply to Serve on a City Commission

The City of Woodland is currently accepting application for commissions. For more information or to participate on a board or commission, please contact the City of Woodland City clerk at 661-5806 or download an application packet.

Commission Meetings

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Parks & Recreation Commission meets at 6:30 on the 4th Monday of each month in Council Chambers.

Commission on Aging meets at 4:00 pm on the 3rd Thursday of each month at the Community & Senior Center.

Non Profit Organizations supporting the Community Services Department

Senior Center Inc. 

Woodland Senior Center Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to the betterment of the lives of Woodland Seniors.  Senior Center Inc. supports events and programs within the Senior Center including an annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner, pot lucks, holiday dinners, and a Senior Art Show.

Woodland Recreation Foundation 

The Woodland Recreation Foundation is you, your neighbors, local businesses, large corporations, and public service organizations; people who value having recreation, community services, and parks in their community. The Foundation gives you an opportunity to "Get Connected" in helping Woodland Community Services Department provide the services you feel are most needed in the community. Contributions are fully tax-deductible and may be in the form of private grants, bequests and donations of cash, land securities, or goods of any kind.