Transparency in Government

The City of Woodland strives to conduct the public's business in a manner that is accessible and transparent to all its citizens. We believe that our participatory democracy is best served by ensuring that the public has an understanding of its government's decision-making process and how best to participate. In addition, the public should have easy-access to public information, including meeting agendas and minutes, financial and budget information, and documents and reports.

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Public Meetings

The City of Woodland provides access to meetings and agendas for City Council and other Board and Commission meetings.

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Financial Transparency

The City of Woodland's financial transparency portal provides the public with improved access to the City’s financial information.

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Public Records Requests

The City of Woodland is required to provide information to the public, upon request, consistent with the requirement of the state's Public Records Act as well as the federal Freedom of Information Act.

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Disclosures

The City of Woodland aims to comply with all State and Federal disclosure requirements.

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Map Library

The City of Woodland provides an assortment of online maps for locating City facilities, parks, parcels, and zoning, as well as City boundaries and Council districts.  

Social Media Policy

The City supports the use of social media to enhance communication and information sharing. Click above to view our Social Media Policy document.

Land Acknowledgement

The City of Woodland acknowledges the land on which we live and work. For thousands of years, this land has been the home of Patwin people. Today, there are three federally recognized Patwin tribes: Cachil DeHe Band of Wintun Indians of the Colusa Indian Community, Kletsel Dehe Wintun Nation, and Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation.

The Patwin people have remained committed to the stewardship of this land over many centuries. It has been cherished and protected, as elders have instructed the young through generations. We are honored and grateful to be here today on their traditional lands.