Labor Force Size

Bachelors Degree or Higher

About Woodland

With extensive access to freight rail, two major highways passing through the City and just a handful of miles from an international airport and the Port of West Sacramento, Woodland has developed a robust and growing industrial sector. Much of Woodland’s economic activity is in the food and agriculture sector due to its proximity to fertile farmland and the leading research institution UC Davis. Woodland’s food and agriculture business cluster spans from farms to seed research to value added food producers and processors, all the way to locally owned grocery chains committed to providing high-quality, local food. Woodland’s downtown is on the list of National Historic Places and is experiencing a cultural and economic renaissance with new restaurant, retail and entertainment uses adding a renewed vibrancy to the city center.


It’s not everyday you find a place that feels like home. #WeAreWoodland

Success Stories


Farm Management Software, Sensors and IOT
The Israeli startup develops its sensor-based irrigation systems at its US headquarters location in Woodland.

Growing Industries

Health Care and Social Services

Public Administration



Connect with Woodland

For direct local assistance:

Ken Hiatt
Community & Economic Development Director
530-661-5930 | ken.hiatt@cityofwoodland.org