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OPTUMServe COVID-19 Testing Site March 2021

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OPTUMServe COVID-19 Testing Site March 2021

Covid 19 Testing Sites, March 2021


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Yolo County Vaccinating Education Workers

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 26, 2021

Contact: Jenny Tan, Public Information Officer
Work Cell: (530) 908-0186

English (pdf)
Spanish (pdf) 

Yolo County Vaccinating Education Workers

County Partners with School Districts and Dignity Health to Provide COVID-19 Vaccines

Woodland, CA - Yolo County is expediting access to COVID-19 vaccination doses for individuals who work in education. This week, the County reserved 20 percent, or 800 doses, of its current available vaccine supply for education. To quickly distribute vaccines to this industry, the County partnered with the Yolo County Office of Education (YCOE), the county’s five school districts, Woodland Community College, as well as Dignity Health Woodland Clinic, one of the nation’s largest health care systems.

Dignity Health Woodland Clinic is operating private clinics February 26 and 27 to vaccinate education workers already in classrooms or on-campus or who will be returning soon. YCOE and the county’s five school districts provided the names of qualifying staff to Dignity Health Woodland Clinic to schedule appointments. Individuals in education qualify for vaccine prioritization based on their occupational health exposure. Individuals already reporting to work on campuses were offered vaccines first, followed by those who are planning to return to campuses in the near future.

“I am really excited about our partnership with Dignity Health Woodland Clinic to quickly vaccinate education workers,” said Yolo County Public Health Officer Dr. Aimee Sisson. “Getting students back to in-person learning has a myriad of health and educational benefits, and vaccinating school staff will support this group in feeling more comfortable returning to classrooms.”

So far, Yolo County is surpassing Governor Newsom’s goal announced last week that, beginning March 1, at least 10 percent of the state’s vaccine supply would be prioritized for education workers. Yolo County is one of 35 counties actively vaccinating education workers. On February 16, Yolo County expanded eligibility to include all frontline workers in Phase 1b Tier 1 of the State of California’s vaccine prioritization framework, which included individuals who work in education.

Yolo County will continue to prioritize vaccines for education workers in the following order:

  • K-12 education workers already working on school campuses (public, private, and charter)
  • Workers in afterschool programs on already working on K-12 campuses
  • Workers in higher education already working on campuses
  • K-12 education workers not working on school campuses but planning to return soon
  • Workers in afterschool programs not yet working on K-12 campuses but planning to return soon
  • Workers in higher education not yet working on campuses but planning to return soon

“Vaccinations are an important layer of safety for our educators, including childcare providers,” said Yolo County Superintendent of Schools Garth Lewis. “We are grateful to Yolo County and Dignity Health Woodland Clinic for prioritizing vaccine doses for our teachers and classified staff. I continue to encourage all education workers to get vaccinated when appointments are offered to them.”

If you work in education and have not yet scheduled or received your vaccine dose, please contact the Yolo County Office of Education. Yolo County vaccine clinics are posted on the County’s vaccine webpage at www.yolocounty.org/coronavirus-vaccine, with additional appointments to come. For more information about Yolo County’s COVID-19 vaccine and distribution process, visit https://www.yolocounty.org/coronavirus-vaccine. Residents can call Yolo 2-1-1 for resource information. Follow Yolo County on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/YoloCounty or Twitter at: https://twitter.com/YoloCountyCA.

 

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03/02/2021 City Council Meeting

Meeting Instructions 03/02/2021 - City Council Meeting (PDF): Agenda / Packet

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION INSTRUCTIONS

Based on guidance from the California Department of Public Health and the California Governor’s Office, in order to minimize the spread of the COVID-19 virus, please do the following:

  • 1. You are strongly encouraged to observe the live stream of the City Council meeting
  • 2. Please see below for Zoom Meeting credentials.
  • 3. If you are joining the meeting via Zoom and wish to make a comment on an item, press the “raise a hand” button.  If you are joining the meeting by phone, press *9 to indicate a desire to make a comment.  The chair will call you by name or phone number when it is your turn to comment.  Speakers will be limited to 3:00 minutes.
  • 4. If you choose not to observe the City Council meeting but wish to make a comment on a specific agenda item, please submit your comment via email by 5:00 p.m. on the Monday prior to the City Council meeting.  Please submit your comment to the City Clerk at ashley.bussart@cityofwinters.org.  All public comments submitted to the City Clerk will be summarized and read into record but will not be read verbatim due to time limitations.
  • 5. If you are watching/listening to the live stream of the City Council meeting and wish to make either a general public comment or to comment on a specific item as it is being heard, you may also submit your comment, limited to 250 words or less, to the City Clerk at ashley.bussart@cityofwinters.org.  All public comments submitted to the City Clerk will be summarized and read into record but will not be read verbatim due to time limitations.

To join this meeting:
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Meeting ID: 870 1585 3224
Passcode: 824850

Or to Dial in by Phone:  1-669-900-6833

Meeting Location - Council Chambers, 318 First Street, Winters, 6:30pm

 


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02/26/2021 City Manager’s Update

City Manager’s Update  (pdf)
February 26, 2021

Greetings, all. It is glorious out! We’re in the Red Tier! All of which means we hope to see downtown spring to life this weekend, and activity pick up at all of our businesses. To stay current on deals, events, and all the happenings, please follow our businesses and Discover Winters CA on social media, and share posts with your friends and family. Together we all can make a difference.

COVID-19

  • -We are now officially in the Red Tier, which means limited capacity indoor dining and more capacity in retail stores. Gyms and movie theaters may also re-open with limited capacity. More information is available on the County’s COVID-19 web page here (in English and Spanish).

 

  • -The County has issued its list of free COVID-19 testing sites for March, which is available here and on the City’s website at http://www.cityofwinters.org/covid-19/ in English and Spanish. The Winters Community Center at 201 Railroad hosts a testing site every Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. No appointment is necessary.

Please Note:

  • -City Hall will remain closed to walk in traffic while we implement a few customer service improvements given reduced staffing, particularly on Fridays when employees alternate taking days off under the 9/80 program. A 9/80 schedule allows staff to work longer days over two weeks to accommodate a three-day weekend every other week. Most staff alternate their days off on Friday, which means there are only a handful of staff at City Hall that day. 9/80 schedules are an attractive benefit in the public sector and are an important part of our effort to attract and retain employees. Flexible schedules are particularly helpful when salaries may not be as competitive as surrounding jurisdictions as is often the case in smaller communities.
  • -We have been attempting to reprogram the phone system for better service, only to learn the phone server needs to be upgraded to accommodate updated software. Once implemented, we will be able to reprogram the phones so that calls can drop into voice mail or route to a staff member on duty. We appreciate your patience as we reorganize staff support to improve our customer service.
  • -Building Division inspections are available Monday – Thursday by calling (530) 764-6708. This line is now being monitored by the Building Inspector AND the City Clerk. If you leave a message, please include name, address, a contact phone number, the day you are requesting for an inspection, and your preference for morning or afternoon.

Don’t Miss Out!

  • -Yolo County Transportation is offering free rides for COVID-19 vaccinations from March 1 thru June 30th. To get a free ride to and from your COVID-19 vaYour Ride - Yolobus Urban-Ruralccination appointment,  please show the driver
  •   confirmation of your COVID-19 vaccination appointment.  As a reminder, face masks are required for all users of Yolobus services. If you need assistance planning your trip on microtransit, paratransit or fixed route call Yolobus at (530) 666-2877.  Fixed route schedule information is available at yolobus.com. For information on vaccination locations, visit Yolo County’s vaccine webpage here.

 Did You Know?

  • -The Winters Unified School District will return to in-person learning on a hybrid model beginning March 8. More information is available on the School District’s website at wintersjusd.org. Let’s give a huge round of applause to our school district staff and teachers for getting ready to bring children back in the classrooms.

Upcoming Council Meeting

  • -We have a very light agenda on March 2nd. Council will consider an agreement to prepare construction plans for the continued build out of the old Police Department building at 104 Abbey Street. In addition to the large conference room, the new office space will house the Finance Department and potentially the Human Resource Manager.

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MEDIA ALERT: Free COVID-19 Testing Sites Offered in Yolo County in March

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                          
February 24, 2021

Contact: Jenny Tan, Public Information Officer
Work Cell: (530) 908-0186                                                                                                        

Media Release (English - pdf)
Media Release (Spanish - pdf)

Free COVID-19 Testing Sites Offered in Yolo County in March

 (Woodland, CA) – Residents can continue to receive free Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) testing during the month of March at multiple locations in Yolo County, including sites provided by the County and the State of California’s OptumServe contract.

The following locations in Yolo County are offering free COVID-19 testing in March:

 

DAY DATE LOCATION HOURS
Mon-Thu 3/1-3/4 Club West Teen Center (1125 Riverbank Road, West Sacramento) 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Mon 3/1 Davis Senior Center (646 A Street Davis)* 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Tue-Sat 3/2-3/6 Portable next to Juvenile Detention Facility (2780 E. Gibson Road, Woodland) 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Wed 3/3 Madison Town Hall (29041 Main Street, Madison) * 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Fri 3/5 Winters Community Center (201 Railroad Avenue, Winters) 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Mon-Thu 3/8-3/11 Club West Teen Center (1125 Riverbank Road, West Sacramento) 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Mon 3/8 Davis Senior Center (646 A Street Davis) * 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Tue-Sat 3/9-3/13 Portable next to Juvenile Detention Facility (2780 E. Gibson Road, Woodland) 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Tue 3/9 Knights Landing Empower Yolo Family Resource Center

(9586 Mill Street, Knights Landing) *

3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Fri 3/12 Winters Community Center (201 Railroad Avenue, Winters) 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Mon-Thu 3/16-3/18 Club West Teen Center (1125 Riverbank Road, West Sacramento) 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Mon 3/15 Davis Senior Center (646 A Street Davis)* 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Tue-Sat 3/16-3/20 Portable next to Juvenile Detention Facility (2780 E. Gibson Road, Woodland) 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Tue 3/16 Clarksburg Community Church (52910 Netherlands Ave, Clarksburg) * 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Fri 3/19 Winters Community Center (201 Railroad Avenue, Winters) 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Mon-Thu 3/22-3/25 Club West Teen Center (1125 Riverbank Road, West Sacramento) 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Mon 3/22 Davis Senior Center (646 A Street Davis) * 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Tue-Sat 3/23-3/27 Portable next to Juvenile Detention Facility (2780 E. Gibson Road, Woodland) 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Tue 3/23 Esparto Boy Scout Cabin (17020 Yolo Avenue, Esparto) * 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Fri 3/26 Winters Community Center (201 Railroad Avenue, Winters) 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Mon-Wed 3/29-3/31 Club West Teen Center (1125 Riverbank Road, West Sacramento) 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Mon 3/29 Davis Senior Center (646 A Street Davis) * 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Tues-Wed 3/30-3/31 Portable next to Juvenile Detention Facility (2780 E. Gibson Road, Woodland) 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

For locations with an asterisk (*), these are run by Yolo County and are open and free for all Yolo County residents, who will need to bring a document displaying their name and address, such as a driver’s license, ID card, utility bill, or piece of mail. All ages are accepted. Spanish translation will be available at all of these sites. There may be some delays in getting testing results. Registration is recommended in order to speed up the process but is not required and does not guarantee a test. When residents register online, they will not be able to select a time slot and will not receive a confirmation of receipt. Register at: https://www.avellinocoronatest.com/patient.

For locations without an asterisk, these are run by the State of California’s OptumServe contract and are open to and free for all California residents, regardless of documentation status. Appointments are preferred but walk-ins are welcome. All ages are accepted. To schedule an appointment for the three OptumServe locations in West Sacramento, Woodland and Winters, call: (888) 634-1123 or go online at: https://lhi.care/covidtesting.

At both the State’s OptumServe and Yolo County’s testing sites, residents must wear a face covering and practice physical distancing. None of these sites are drive-thru, so residents will need to park their car and walk a short distance to the testing site. To see all the COVID-19 testing options in Yolo County, visit the County’s COVID-19 testing page at: https://covidtesting.yolocounty.org/.  Residents can also call Yolo 2-1-1 for resource information. For additional updates follow Yolo County on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/YoloCounty/ or Twitter at: https://twitter.com/YoloCountyCA.

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Yolobus Announces Free Rides to Residents For COVID-19 Vaccinations

MEDIA RELEASE (pdf)

Yolobus to Offer Free Rides For COVID-19 Vaccinations
Effective March 1 thru June 30, 2021

 WOODLAND, CA – Yolobus is offering free transit rides for  COVID-19 vaccination appointments.  The vaccination related free rides will be available on Yolobus fixed routes, paratransit and microtransit services, effective March 1 to June 30, 2021.  “We feel that providing free rides to those needing transportation to obtain their vaccinations is a good thing for us to do for residents living in our communities,” said Terry Bassett, Executive Director of the Yolo County Transportation District.

To get a free ride to and from your COVID-19 vaccination appointment,  please show the driver confirmation of your COVID-19 vaccination appointment   (appointment card, email or text message).

As a reminder, face masks are required for all users of Yolobus services.

If you need assistance planning your trip on microtransit, paratransit or fixed route call Yolobus at (530) 666-2877.   Fixed route schedule information is available at www.yolobus.com.

For information on vaccination locations, visit www.yolocounty.org.


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WJUSD Update on In-Person Learning

WJUSD Update on In-Person Learning (pdf)

To the Winters School Community:

Yesterday we received information that Yolo County has moved from the Purple to the Red Tier, and if we remain in Red for five days, schools may return to in-person instruction. We are very pleased to announce that if we continue in the Red then in-person teaching and learning will begin on March 8th!

Our teachers, administrators and all support staff have been working diligently to be fully prepared for a smooth transition from distance learning to in-person hybrid instruction. We want to make sure that our students’ return is exciting, warm, welcoming and reminds them how wonderful their school experiences can be.

For those families who have determined that the long-term distance learning instruction model is best for their student/s and family circumstances, we will continue to offer you a robust distance learning program. This will continue for the remainder of the 20-21 school year. As excited as we are to return to in-person instruction, we are committed to offer families who opt for long-term distance learning a high quality program.

Read  more... (pdf)

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Ayer recibimos información de que el condado de Yolo se ha movido del nivel púrpura al nivel rojo, y si permanecemos en rojo durante cinco días, las escuelas pueden regresar a la instrucción en persona. ¡Estamos muy contentos en anunciar que si continuamos en rojo, la enseñanza y el aprendizaje en persona comenzará el 8 de marzo!

Nuestros maestros, administradores y todo el personal de apoyo han estado trabajando diligentemente para estar completamente preparados para una transición sin problemas del aprendizaje a larga distancia a la instrucción híbrida en persona. Queremos asegurarnos de que el regreso de nuestros estudiantes sea emocionante, cálido, acogedor y les recuerde lo maravillosas que pueden ser sus experiencias escolares.

Para aquellas familias que han determinado que el modelo de instrucción de aprendizaje remoto a largo plazo es mejor para sus estudiantes y las circunstancias familiares, continuaremos ofreciéndoles un sólido programa de aprendizaje remoto. Esto continuará durante el resto del año escolar 20-21. A pesar de lo emocionados que estamos de regresar al programa en persona, estamos comprometidos en ofrecer a las familias que optan por el aprendizaje remoto a largo plazo un programa de alta calidad.

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Yolo County Returns to the Red Tier; Restrictions Ease for Select Businesses

Release - Spanish (pdf)
Release - English (pdf)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 23, 2021

 Contact: Jenny Tan, Public Information Officer
Work Cell: (530) 908-0186

Yolo County Returns to the Red Tier; Restrictions Ease for Select Businesses

 (Woodland, CA) – On February 23, the State of California announced that Yolo County would move into the Substantial, or red, tier in the State’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy (Blueprint) after meeting the red tier’s metrics for two consecutive weeks. As a result, many local businesses and activities will either be allowed to expand capacity or resume operations. Effective Wednesday, February 24, the following restrictions will apply while Yolo County is in the red tier:

  • -Fitness centers and gyms: open indoors with 10% max occupancy
  • -Gatherings: Indoor gatherings strongly discouraged but allowed with modifications; no more than 16 people from no more than 3 households
  • -Hotels and lodging: fitness centers can now open indoors with 10% max occupancy
  • -Movie theatres and family entertainment centers: open indoors with 25% max occupancy or 100 people, whichever is fewer
  • -Museums, zoos, and aquariums: open indoors with 25% max occupancy
  • -Personal care services (including tattoo parlors, piercing shops, electrolysis and body waxing): open indoors with modifications
  • -Places of worship: open indoors with 25% max occupancy or 100 people, whichever is fewer
  • -Retail (including standalone grocers): open indoors with 50% max occupancy
  • -Restaurants open indoors with 25% max occupancy or 100 people, whichever is fewer; only members of same household may share a table-
  • -K-12 Schools: May reopen after the County has been in the red tier for 5 consecutive days and must follow the State’s Reopening Framework
  • -Shopping centers (including swap meets and indoor malls): open indoors with 50% max occupancy-
  • Youth sports: competitions between two teams are allowed for outdoor low- and moderate-contact sports according to the State’s Youth Sports Guidance

The max occupancy percentage is based on the California Building and Fire Code that is displayed in every business and determines the maximum number of people, including staff and the public, permitted in a room at a time and able to escape safely in case of a fire.

The following industries were allowed to open indoors in the purple tier and may continue to stay open in the red tier: critical infrastructure, limited services, hair salons, barbershops and personal care services.

The following industries are only allowed to open outdoors with modifications, not indoors, while in the red tier: family entertainment centers, wineries, cardrooms, satellite wagering and professional sports with no live audiences.

The following industries must continue to stay closed in the red tier: bars and breweries where no meal is provided, live audience sports and amusement parks.

“Moving into the red tier is an indication that COVID-19 cases are declining, but it does not mean that coronavirus has gone away,” said Yolo County Health Officer Dr. Aimee Sisson. “We cannot let down our guard. Reopening must be done cautiously to avoid a surge in cases. I urge residents to continue taking precautions to keep themselves, their loved ones, and the rest of the Yolo County community safe. Wearing masks, distancing, not gathering indoors, and getting vaccinated when it is your turn remain as important as ever.”

Yolo County was placed in the most restrictive Widespread, or purple tier on November 17 and stayed in the purple tier through the State’s Stay Home order for the Greater Sacramento Region. The State’s Blueprint tracks three metrics: the seven-day adjusted case rate, the seven-day testing positivity rate and the health equity metric. For the week ending February 22, Yolo County’s rate for adjusted cases was 5.6, for testing positivity was 1.6% and for health equity was 5.2%. To move into the red or substantial tier, counties must meet a daily case rate of between 4-7, a positivity rate of between 5-8% and a health equity rate of between 5.3-8% for two consecutive weeks while being in the purple tier for at least three weeks.

Yolo County must be in the red tier for at least three weeks and meet the Moderate, or orange, tier’s metrics for two consecutive weeks, before officially moving into the orange tier. Counties can also move backward into more restrictive tiers if their metrics worsen for two consecutive weeks. Additionally, if a county’s case rate and positivity rate fall into two different tiers, the county remains in the stricter tier.

“I am glad that we are finally able to re-enter the red tier,” said Chair of the Yolo County Board of Supervisors Jim Provenza. “This will benefit gyms, restaurants, youth sports and many others. I would like to caution Yolo County residents to continue observing safe practices; such as distancing, wearing face covering and staying away from large gatherings; so that we can avoid another surge in cases and a possible return to the purple tier.”

Everyone has a role to play in keeping our communities safe and healthy, including wearing a face covering, physical distancing and not gathering with others outside their household. Older adults and individuals with underlying medical conditions should continue to stay at home as much as possible. Lower spread of COVID-19 means that more businesses and industries can reopen and revitalize our local economy.

For additional information about the State’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy, visit: https://covid19.ca.gov/safer-economy. For more on the County’s dashboards and metrics, visit: https://www.yolocounty.org/coronavirus-dashboard. To learn more about Yolo County’s Roadmap to Recovery and see which businesses are currently open, visit: https://www.yolocounty.org/coronavirus-roadmap. Residents can call Yolo 2-1-1 for resource information. Follow Yolo County on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/YoloCounty or Twitter at: https://twitter.com/YoloCountyCA.


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02/19/2021 City Manager’s Update

City Manager’s Update (pdf)
February 19, 2021

Greetings, all. In today’s headline news, our COVID metrics are trending in the right direction and Yolo County might return to the Red Tier next week! Red would allow limited indoor dining, gyms, and movie theaters to re-open. Just in time for a beautiful week, weather wise. More information will be available on Tuesday, 2/23.

As always, public health guidance recommends and regulations require mask wearing inside (except when eating and drinking), when in the presence of others not within our household bubbles, and to maintain social distancing when at all possible. These basic mitigation measures are effective in slowing the spread of COVID-19.

COVID-19

  • Yolo County has expanded access to the COVID vaccines, even though supplies are still extremely limited. In addition to those 65 years and older, all frontline workers are eligible, including people who work in education, childcare, emergency services and food and agriculture. Please continue to check the County's Vaccination Webpage for information and at https://www.yolocounty.org/coronavirus-vaccine.
  • Yolo County is implementing the State of California’s MyTurn platform for people to register their interest in receiving a COVID-19 vaccine. This system was tested in Los Angeles and San Diego Counties and is being expanded to other areas. The MyTurn website is currently available in English and Spanish, with an additional six languages coming mid-February. Californians who do not have internet access can call 1-833-422-4255 to connect with an operator directly in English or Spanish and 254 additional languages via a third-party operator. All residents are encouraged to register with MyTurn at myturn.ca.gov.

Please Note:

  • Next week the City of Winters will launch a virtual / pre-recorded workshop related to the City’s update to the General Plan’s Housing Element, which is required by the State of California. The video presentation on the Housing Element and a community survey will be available in English and Spanish on the City’s website. We very much would like to hear from residents and community members about housing availability, priorities, programs and obstacles, so please check out the video and participate in the survey, which will be open for one month. The input will be compiled and a draft, updated Housing Element document circulated for public and State review and comment In April.

Don’t Miss Out!

  • Businesses in the Solano County side of the Winters’ community can apply for interest free microloans through the nonprofit Mission Asset Fund. 0% interest loans up to $2,500 are available for LED lights, air purifiers, outdoor heaters, refrigerators, and other Energy Star rated appliances and equipment. Other energy saving measures may be eligible as well. Please visit missionassetfund.org/bayren for more information. Application are due February 23 at 10 a.m.

The Chamber of Commerce is selling tickets for $50 to win a trip for two to New Orleans! For more information, visit www.winterschamber.com. The Chamber helps support our business community and the lucky winner gets to visit New Orleans in 2021 or 2022, winner’s preference since the arrangements are not booked.

Council Meeting Update

  • At last Tuesday’s Council meeting, the City Council discussed whether to consider developing regulations to allow commercial cannabis activity within the City of Winters. 11 people provided written input that was benched and summarized as part of public comment, while others shared their thoughts during the meeting. The majority of those who provided input supported exploring regulations or allowing cannabis businesses in town. Council directed staff to develop a survey to engage more community input, and prepare a Request for Proposal to obtain consulting assistance so that more accurate costs for developing these regulations could be discussed before next year’s budget is finalized in June. Stay tuned for more information on this important community topic.

Woot Woot!

Watch for improvements at Valley Oak Park. Public Works will begin installing pads for exercise equipment that will be installed along the perimeter trail. The equipment will provide a fun, free opportunity to exercise outdoors and is designed in particular with senior fitness in mind. The equipment was purchased with grant funds.


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Yolo County Adds Frontline Workers to COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Schedule

For anyone interested in receiving a COVID vaccine, who falls within the category of front line, child care or education worker or is older than 65 years of age, please see the information below from Yolo County. Also attached are the press releases in -English (pdf) and -Spanish (pdf).

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                      Contact: Jenny Tan, Public Information Officer

February 16, 2021                                                                                                  C: (530) 908-0186

Yolo County Adds Frontline Workers to COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Schedule

(Woodland, CA) – Yolo County will begin expanding its coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination efforts to include all frontline workers in Phase 1b Tier 1 of the State of California’s vaccine prioritization framework starting the week of February 15. Frontline workers consist of individuals who work in education, childcare, emergency services, and the food and agricultural industries. With this expansion, healthcare workers, residents ages 65 and older, and frontline workers will all be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in Yolo County.

To begin, Yolo County will offer a limited number of appointments this week for frontline workers that live or work in the county, with more vaccine clinics to be announced for next week. The County will allow anyone in Phase 1b Tier 1, including frontline workers, to register for the Saturday, February 20 vaccine clinic in Woodland using the link on the County’s vaccine page at www.yolocounty.org/coronavirus-vaccine or by calling 2-1-1. Dignity Health and Yolo County will also partner on specialized clinics to quickly vaccinate teachers and school staff already in the classroom or on campus along with emergency services personnel, including law enforcement. For farmworkers, the County will conduct a pilot vaccine clinic for 200 workers at a local farm in Yolo County on Wednesday, February 17. Following the pilot, additional farmworker clinics will be scheduled at various worksites.

At this time, none of the large health care providers in Yolo County are expanding eligibility to the frontline workers in Phase 1b Tier 1. This expansion applies only to Yolo County appointments, and those offered in partnership with Dignity Health. In Yolo County there are at least 19,000 frontline workers in the education, childcare, emergency services, and food and agricultural industries. How quickly the vaccine timeline goes will be reliant on the supply of vaccine from the California Department of Public Health. For this reason, the County asks for continued patience at this time during the vaccine rollout.

Yolo County first began vaccination efforts in December 2020 for healthcare workers and long-term care facility residents in accordance with Phase 1a of the vaccine prioritization framework. In February 2021, the County moved into Phase 1b and prioritized vaccination of residents aged 75 and older followed by residents age 65 and older. These residents are most at risk of dying from COVID-19 and were therefore prioritized to receive the limited supply of vaccine.

Since February 1, Yolo County has conducted at least 50 vaccine clinics. This includes targeted outreach and clinics for underserved communities in Knights Landing, Esparto, and the Capay Valley. Residents have also been able to receive the COVID-19 vaccine from primary healthcare providers, and, more recently, CVS and Rite Aid pharmacies. According to state data, 36,423 doses have been administered to Yolo County residents as of February 15. While not all residents ages 65 and older have been offered vaccinate yet, demand has begun to slow. This is likely a result of the gradual increase in weekly vaccine supply and the number of available vaccine providers. For this reason, the Yolo County Health Officer has decided to expand vaccine distribution to frontline workers.

“I appreciate the patience of our frontline workers as we prioritized vaccinations for those most likely to die from COVID-19,” said Yolo County Health Officer Dr. Aimee Sisson. “I am excited to now be able to offer vaccines to essential frontline workers whose jobs put them at risk of exposure to coronavirus, including workers in food and agriculture, education and childcare, and emergency services. We won’t be able to vaccinate this group all at once, because doses remain limited and the group is large, but being able to broaden eligibility marks a major milestone in the vaccine rollout.”

Under guidelines from the California Department of Public Health, food and agricultural workers include all persons at risk of occupational exposure to COVID-19 through their work and any employee working in a restaurant. Additionally, the education and childcare workers eligible for vaccine include the following:

  • All formal and informal childcare workers, including day care providers
  • All staff in colleges, universities, junior colleges, community colleges, and other postsecondary education facilities
  • All staff in educational support services and administration
  • All staff in Pre-kindergarten, elementary, middle, and high schools
  • All staff in technical and trade schools
  • Any other workers involved in child and/or student care, including school bus drivers and monitors, crosswalk guards, etc.

Yolo County vaccine clinics are posted on the County’s vaccine webpage at www.yolocounty.org/coronavirus-vaccine, with additional appointments to come. Those whom are homebound and need an in-home vaccine or need assistance with the online vaccine appointment form may call 2-1-1 or (855) 866-1783 for staff assistance. Individuals not yet eligible for a vaccine are encouraged to fill out the State’s MyTurn vaccine registration system at www.myturn.ca.gov, which will notify you when you are eligible for a vaccine.

For more information about Yolo County’s COVID-19 vaccine and distribution process, visit https://www.yolocounty.org/coronavirus-vaccine. Residents can call Yolo 2-1-1 for resource information. Follow Yolo County on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/YoloCounty or Twitter at: https://twitter.com/YoloCountyCA.

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02/18/2021 Climate Action Plan Development Meeting

02/18/2021 Climate Action Plan Development Board Meeting - Zoom info
 Launch Meeting - Zoom

Meeting ID: 891 0528 5428
+16699006833 (San Jose)

02/18/2021 CAP Development Board Meeting Agenda 


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02/12/2021 City Manager’s Update

City Manager’s Update (pdf)
February 12, 2021

Greetings, all.

It is glorious outside today! A perfect start to a great weekend to stroll our parks, trails and downtown. I can’t think of a better place to shop, wine and dine. Happy Valentine’s Day!

COVID-19

  • -If you are interested in getting a COVID vaccine, there are several ways:
    • Volunteer at a County vaccination clinic, and assist with set up, take down, registration, screening, traffic control, etc. Translators in particular are very helpful. You must be 16 years of age and
  1. Complete the “Medical Points of Dispensing (MPOD” course at
    http://yolopodclasses.org.
    Upon completion of the class, individuals will be given the option to
    submit a volunteer application to Yolo County.
    3. For additional questions, contact the Yolo County volunteer
    coordinator at volunteer.coordinator@yolocounty.org.
  • -Contact your medical provider for information on where you fall on the priority list based on age, underlying medical conditions, employment, etc.
  • -Monitor CVS and other major pharmacy chains, which are beginning to roll out the vaccine.
  • -Monitor County vaccination clinics here.
  • -Register for MyTurn at https://myturn.ca.gov/. This site is run by the California Department of Public Health. Right now this service is focused on the largest metropolitan areas in California (San Diego, Los Angeles, and San Francisco); however, efforts are underway to expand this service statewide.

Please Note:

  • -Please note City Hall is closed on Monday, February 15, for Presidents’ Day.
  • -The Winters Unified School District is accepting public comment until March 12, regarding a draft environmental clean up plan related to the removal of contaminated soil at Winters High School. The soil contamination is from lead based paint and termiticide that was commonly used decades ago, and banned in the 1970s. The clean up plan is coordinated by the State Department of Toxic Substances Control. More information is available at the WUSD website.

Did You Know?

  • -Yolo County recently announced its assistance to help Winters Health Care open a pharmacy at the Grant Avenue facility to provide discounted prescriptions for uninsured individuals through the federally regulated “340B” program. While the Winters Health Care facility was designed to accommodate an onsite pharmacy for its patients, the clinic partnered with Eagle Drug to provide those services for its patients. Since the pharmacy closed, Winters Health Care patients along with the community have had to obtain their prescriptions elsewhere, and not all pharmacies participate in the 340B program. On February 5, the Board of Supervisors approved a $215,000 grant to help fund the outfitting of the new pharmacy at Winters Health Care, which will also be open to the public.

In addition, as reported in the Winters Express, Yolo Pharmacy recently shared its interest in opening a location in one of the vacant suites on Main Street. Winters went from one pharmacy to none to two in quick succession.

Upcoming Council Meeting

We have a Council meeting on Tuesday, February 16, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Two primary topics will be before the City Council.

Financial Services Director will provide an update on the City’s Finances, including a presentation of the City’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2020, an investment report, a treasurer’s update on the current budget, and an update on the City’s unfunded liabilities related to employee benefits. While the good news is that the City ended FY 19-20 with less of a deficit than projected, we still dipped into the reserves by approximately $339,000 for the General Fund and Community Development Department. A significant portion of this deficit was due to reduced revenue associated with COVID-19. However, the City has dipped into reserves for the last ten years, which is indicative of a structural deficit that must be addressed. Staff has worked hard through the years to address this issue, and Director Gunby will share some of those efforts in her report. As staff develops the FY 20-21 budget, we will continue to seek ways and implement strategies to contain costs and enhance revenues.

Also on the agenda is a request before the City Council to discuss whether there is interest to consider lifting the moratorium on commercial cannabis businesses, prompted by a letter from the Winters Downtown Business Association and Chamber of Commerce. As the community is aware, in 2016 California voters passed Proposition 64 legalizing adult-use, non-medical marijuana. Since that time, many agencies have passed ordinances allowing and regulating some form of commercial cannabis activity or banning it outright, as the City of Winters did in 2017.

The goal for Tuesday’s Council meeting is to discuss any potential interest in developing regulations that would allow some form of cannabis businesses in town, or not; and if so, what that process might look like and at what cost. Council is not considering whether to approve any regulations or even commit to approving any regulations.

Woot Woot!

Police Chief John Miller is pleased to announce that Officer Thomas Letterman was selected by his peers as the 2020 Winters Police Department Officer of the Year.

A new officer to Winters, Ofc Letterman was recognized for several efforts during his first year with the City:

  • -Appointed Cadet Advisor and established lesson plans for the Cadets emphasizing POST Learning Domains and the value of accountability.
  • -Mental Health Backpack program – became aware of the program, engaged vendor to receive a sample, and then made proposal to obtain the backpacks for all patrol units.
  • -Organized packets for homeless outreach and mental health services.

At the City of Winters, staff take great pride in their service to the community, and each other, and I’m please to join Chief Miller in recognizing Ofc Letterman. For more information about our police team, please visit http://www.winterspolice.org/behind-the-badge-who-we-are/.

 


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02/16/2021 City Council Meeting

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02/11/2021 Climate Action Plan Development Board Meeting

02/11/2021 CAP Development Board Meeting Agenda (pdf)

Launch Meeting - Zoom

Meeting ID: 891 0528 5428
+16699006833 (San Jose)

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02/10/2021 Winters Senior Commission on Aging

Teleconference via Zoom - https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88098197361?pwd=Ty8rclVVckxhZkpWclJ6V2M4ZzhrQT09

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Meeting ID# 880 9819 7361
Passcode: 991915


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02/05/2021 City Manager’s Update

 

City Manager’s Update (pdf)
February 5, 2021

Greetings, all. It is glorious out! And this weekend will be spectacular. I hope everyone has an opportunity to get out and about to soak up the sun and fresh air.

I wanted to share 5 primary focus areas for the organization that will guide our efforts in service to the community consistent with Council direction.

  • - Fiscal Stability: Ensuring the City delivers municipal services within available resources.
  • - Community Engagement and Transparency: Incorporating opportunities for community engagement and enhanced public information to reinforce confidence in policy development and municipal affairs.
  • - Economic Development: Working with the community and private sector to leverage opportunities to attract, retain and grow businesses here in Winters to promote sustainable wage job creation and a diversified revenue base.
  • - Community Development: Encouraging a vibrant, integrated community and high quality of life for all through “placemaking.” Excellent link: Four types of placemaking | CNU
  • - Organizational / Operational Excellence: Ensuring that City business is conducted in a transparent manner, consistent with policies, procedures and norms, and that the organization is poised to deliver services efficiently and effectively that are responsive to community needs.

To maximize our limited resources and make sure our efforts are strategic, effective, and aligned, we will use these five focus areas to guide our efforts.

To that end, we have heard you! Reaching City Hall has leaned to the frustrating side, and after reviewing the phone system set up and looking at our website, we are reprogramming the phone system to reflect current staffing and will update the contact list on the website. More work will be done on the website later this year.

Please note:  We are operating out of City Hall even though the lobby doors are closed to walk in traffic. So we’ll make sure it is easy to reach us by phone or email.  Appointments are available upon request.

 

COVID-19

Good news! Yolo County has more vaccine clinics available and more clinics are on the horizon! The County has over 28,000 residents over the age of 65 and just started vaccinating residents in this age group last week. With limited vaccine supplies, the County has been prioritizing those most likely to be hospitalized and die from COVID-19, which is the over 75+ age group and then the over 65+ age group. As the vaccine supply chain stabilizes, the race is on to vaccinate as many people as possible.  More information is available on the County’s website at https://www.yolocounty.org/coronavirus-vaccine.

Free COVID-19 testing is available at the Winters Community Center on Fridays from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. No registration required; you can just walk in. The more we test, the more we know so asymptomatic people are not inadvertently infecting people who won’t be so lucky and get sick.


Please Note:

Yolo County has announced a restaurant fee waiver to assist local restaurants impacted by COVID-19. The following eligibility requirements include:

    • - The business is a permitted business by the Yolo County Environmental Health Division that has or will pay fees for permit renewal for the period of July 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021.
    • - The business is permitted or will renew their permit as a restaurant, bar, restaurant/bar combination, or bakery.
    • - The business was previously permitted and is not a newly permitted business (permitted in the prior year of July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2020).
    • - The business has experienced a revenue loss associated with COVID-19 which is greater than 25% of gross revenues.

Eligible businesses can access the application at www.yolocounty.org/environmental-health and must apply between February 5, 2021 and June 30, 2021.

 

Did You Know?

 Do you have a special talent in the kitchen, craft room, or just want to run your business out of your house? It’s super easy to obtain the right permits from the County and / or the City of Winters.

 You can sell certain homemade foods with a permit from the County Health Department. Information for a Cottage Food permit is available here. There are two types of permits:

  • - A Class A permit is for selling food directly from your home to individual customers. There is no home inspection required.
  • - A Class B permit allows you to sell to retailers who then sell the food you prepare. This permit requires an annual kitchen inspection.

To sell from your home, or run a business from your home, you will need a business license from the City of Winters and a Home Occupation Permit.  For more information about City permits and licensing, please contact (530) 795-4910, x0.

 

Don’t Miss Out!

The Chamber is sponsoring a Scavenger Hunt to help support local businesses. Cards are $10 each and are available at the Chamber Office at 201 First Street or Steady Eddy’s at 5 E. Main Street. Fill in the rows to earn raffle tickets and WIN the grand prize! (I don’t know what it is…)

And while you’re scavenging, do some shopping! Don’t quite yet want to interact in public, you can shop online for local goods through individual store websites, social media, or the new Yolo.Boutique. (You can scavenge for them online…)

Want to go to New Orleans? And support the Winters Chamber of Commerce? Buy a raffle ticket for $50 and you could win a trip for two, including air fare, hotel, attractions, meals and transportation to and from the airport. Even better, you can pick your travel dates for 2021 or 2022. For more information, click here.

 

Upcoming Council Meeting

  • - The next Council meeting is February 16. Agenda items still in the works…

 

Woot Woot!

 Visit Yolo works on behalf of Yolo County cities and the countryside to promote tourism, which helps support local businesses. The team’s efforts are partially funded by our Tourism Business Improvement District (TBID) assessment, which is a 2% tax hotel guests pay when they stay here.

The Visit Yolo team has been working with Visit California to provide more information about Yolo County opportunities. They recently showcased Yolo County with

7 Fun Ways to Eat, Drink, and Support Local Businesses in California | Visit California and created a landing page for Winters www.visitcalifornia.com/places-to-visit/winters/, noting that the “Farm-to-fork culture runs deep…in a farm town that also has a sophisticated foodie palate.” Love it!

 


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02/04/2021 Winters Climate Action Plan Development Meeting

02/04/2021 Climate Action Plan Development Board Meeting - Zoom info

Launch Meeting - Zoom

Meeting ID: 891 0528 5428
+16699006833 (San Jose)

02/04/2021 CAP Development Board Meeting Agenda


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02/02/2021 City Council Meeting

Meeting Instructions 02/02/2021

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION INSTRUCTIONS

Based on guidance from the California Department of Public Health and the California Governor’s Office, in order to minimize the spread of the COVID-19 virus, please do the following:

  1. You are strongly encouraged to observe the live stream of the City Council meeting.
  2. Please see below for Zoom Meeting credentials.
  3. If you are joining the meeting via Zoom and wish to make a comment on an item, press the “raise a hand” button.  If you are joining the meeting by phone, press *9 to indicate a desire to make a comment.  The chair will call you by name or phone number when it is your turn to comment.  Speakers will be limited to 3:00 minutes.
  4. If you choose not to observe the City Council meeting but wish to make a comment on a specific agenda item, please submit your comment via email by 5:00 p.m. on the Monday prior to the City Council meeting.  Please submit your comment to the City Clerk at ashley.bussart@cityofwinters.org.  All public comments submitted to the City Clerk will be summarized and read into record but will not be read verbatim due to time limitations.
  5. If you are watching/listening to the live stream of the City Council meeting and wish to make either a general public comment or to comment on a specific item as it is being heard, you may also submit your comment, limited to 250 words or less, to the City Clerk at ashley.bussart@cityofwinters.org.  All public comments submitted to the City Clerk will be summarized and read into record but will not be read verbatim due to time limitations.

To Join Zoom Meeting:
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02/02/2021 City Council Meeting (PDF): Agenda / Packet


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01/29/2021 City Manager’s Update

City Manager’s Update (pdf) 
January 29, 2021

Greetings, all. This has certainly been a week…The severe storm overnight on Tuesday left thousands without power across Northern California. Almost 40,000 residents in incorporated and unincorporated Yolo County were still without power Wednesday evening, including downtown Winters. That number is slowly creeping down…Many thanks to our local legislators and County officials who are advocating on our behalf for power restoration. WAVE internet services have also been disrupted due to the power outage.

We hope to see PG&E in town this afternoon to restore power…

Needless to say, this has been a busy week as City Hall remains without power, so this update will be brief.

  • The Community Center was opened as a charging center and will remain open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. for residents who need to charge up, warm up, and / or microwave some food.

COVID-19

  • -Please see the end of this update for free COVID testing locations throughout the County. If in doubt, get tested! Slowing the spread of this virus is critical for our recovery, especially as the virus mutates. And please wear masks in the presence of people outside your household bubble, especially inside. Mask wearing does make a difference.
  • -Please note the COVID testing location at the Community Center on Fridays is available for walk in. Appointments are not necessary.

Upcoming Council Meeting

There is a Council meeting on Tuesday, February 2nd, beginning at 6:30 p.m. via Zoom. The agenda is brief:

  • -Two resolutions recognizing the loss of leading community members Bobbie Greenwood and Richard Rominger and honoring them for their numerous contributions to the community.
  • -An agreement with Bureau Veritas in the amount of $120,000 for supplemental building division services.
  • -An update from the Closed Session on January 27, regarding performance goal setting with the City Council for me as your new city manager.

 Woot Woot!

A big shout out to Financial Services Director Shelly Gunby and staff for the FY 20-21 budget document. We were notified this week that the City of Winters budget was once again recognized with a Distinguished Budget Presentation Award by the national Government Finance Officers Association.  This is the 14 year in a row the City of Winters has been recognized for its budget document related to organization of information, transparency, statement of financial policies, and

FREE COVID TESTING LOCATION INFORMATION

The following locations accept walk-ins and offer free COVID-19 testing:

DAY DATE LOCATION HOURS
Mon-Thu 2/1-2/4 Club West Teen Center (1125 Riverbank Road, West Sacramento) 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Mon 2/1 Davis Senior Center (646 A Street Davis)* 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Tue-Sat 2/2-2/6 Portable next to Juvenile Detention Facility (2780 E. Gibson Road, Woodland) 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Wed 2/3 Madison Town Hall (29041 Main Street, Madison) * 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Fri 2/5 Winters Community Center (201 Railroad Avenue, Winters) 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Mon-Thu 2/8-2/11 Club West Teen Center (1125 Riverbank Road, West Sacramento) 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Mon 2/8 Davis Senior Center (646 A Street Davis) * 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Tue-Sat 2/9-2/13 Portable next to Juvenile Detention Facility (2780 E. Gibson Road, Woodland) 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Tue 2/9 Knights Landing Empower Yolo Family Resource Center

(9586 Mill Street, Knights Landing) *

3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Fri 2/12 Winters Community Center (201 Railroad Avenue, Winters) 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Tue-Thu 2/16-2/18 Club West Teen Center (1125 Riverbank Road, West Sacramento) 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Tue-Sat 2/16-2/20 Portable next to Juvenile Detention Facility (2780 E. Gibson Road, Woodland) 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Tue 2/16 Clarksburg Community Church (52910 Netherlands Ave, Clarksburg) * 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Fri 2/19 Winters Community Center (201 Railroad Avenue, Winters) 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Mon-Thu 2/22-2/25 Club West Teen Center (1125 Riverbank Road, West Sacramento) 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Mon 2/22 Davis Senior Center (646 A Street Davis) * 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Tue-Sat 2/23-2/27 Portable next to Juvenile Detention Facility (2780 E. Gibson Road, Woodland) 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Tue 2/23 Esparto Boy Scout Cabin (17020 Yolo Avenue, Yolo) * 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Fri 2/26 Winters Community Center (201 Railroad Avenue, Winters) 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

 

For locations with an asterisk (*) at the end, these are run by Yolo County and are open to and free for all Yolo County residents. Participants will need to bring a document displaying their name and address, such as a driver’s license, ID card, utility bill, or piece of mail. All ages are accepted. Spanish translation will be available at all of these sites. There may be some delays in getting testing results. Registration is recommended in order to speed up the process but is not required and does not guarantee a test. When residents register online, they will not be able to select a time slot and will not receive a confirmation of receipt. Register at: https://www.avellinocoronatest.com/patient.

For locations without an asterisk, these are run by the State of California’s OptumServe contract and are open to and free for all California residents, regardless of documentation status. It is recommended that residents make appointments for the three OptumServe locations in West Sacramento, Woodland and Winters but walk ins are also welcome. All ages are accepted. To schedule an appointment for West Sacramento, Woodland or Winters, call: (888) 634-1123 or go online at: https://lhi.care/covidtesting.

At both the State’s OptumServe and Yolo County’s testing sites, residents must wear a face covering and practice physical distancing. None of these sites are drive-thru, so residents will need to park their car and walk a short distance to the testing building. To see all the COVID-19 testing options in Yolo County, visit the County’s COVID-19 testing page at: https://covidtesting.yolocounty.org/.  Residents can also call Yolo 2-1-1 for resource information. For additional updates follow Yolo County on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/YoloCounty/ or Twitter at: https://twitter.com/YoloCountyCA.

 


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