Incorporated in 1906, the City of Woodland, located 20 miles north of Vancouver, Washington, is the southern gateway to Mt. St. Helens. The city is located in both Cowlitz and Clark Counties.
This growing community, with a population of 5845, is located at the junction of Interstate 5 and State Highway 503. The greater Woodland area has a population of over 10,000 persons.
Woodland is home of the famous Hulda Klager Lilac Gardens and the annual celebration of The Lilac Festival. From the last week of April through the first week of May, the Klager Museum is open to the public. Woodland is also known for Planter's Days, a celebration of pageant that commences with the coronation of a Planter's Day Queen. The celebration is the oldest of its type in the Pacific Northwest and reflects Woodland's passion for tradition. ...read more.
The City of Woodland is working with the community on how we can join the Cowlitz County Mosquito Control District. While this process moves forward, we are urging the public to take their own preventative measures to control mosquitoes. Visit the website to learn more. It is impossible to eliminate all mosquitoes but by larviciding areas where mosquitoes develop, we can greatly reduce mosquito populations, and thereby reduce the chance of mosquito borne disease.
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