Update from the City of West Sacramento on the Coronavirus
- For the latest on the City's response to the Coronavius, please visit our COVID-19 main page.
- City Hall is open! Read more about the safety precautions we're taking here.
- The Community Center and Recreation Center will be closed until further notice.
- The City’s core public services are still in operation, including police and fire services, operations and maintenance of critical infrastructure (sewer and water), garbage and recycling services, limited parks maintenance, and management of the City’s emergency operations center.
- Please note: many programs related to Environmental Services are currently on hold. This does not include your trash, recycling and organic service.
Environmental Services helps direct community members to sources of information about environmental concerns that are not under the City’s jurisdiction. The information below is provided in response to frequently asked questions:
Air Quality and Wood-burning Appliances
The Yolo-Solano Air Quality Management District Don’t Light Tonight Program is a voluntary program during fall and winter in which the District asks residents not to use woodstoves and fireplaces when air pollution approaches unhealthy levels. For information on this program and other air quality issues for the region that includes Woodland, see the district’s web site at www.ysaqmd.org. The District also issues Spare the Air Alerts during hot weather.
Neglected Swimming Pools and Standing Water
The Sacramento-Yolo Mosquito and Vector Control District is responsible for controlling populations of mosquitoes and other disease carriers to protect public health. The district has an active program to monitor and treat neglected swimming pools and other areas of standing water where mosquitoes may breed. For information on these programs, see the district’s website at www.fightthebite.net.