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Transparency in Government

Transparency in Government

The City of Winters 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.

California Census 2020

Let's participate and be counted Yolo County!

The 2020 Census is coming in April and Yolo County has created a coalition of cities, county departments and partner agencies to help share the message.

Public Meetings

The City of Winters provides access to meetings and agendas for City Council and other Board and Commission meetings:


Financial Transparency

The City of Winters' financial transparency portal provides the public with improved access to the City’s financial information. Access to information related to city finances is an important component of local government transparency.

Public Records Requests

The City of Winters 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.


The City of Winters aims to comply with all state and federal disclosure requirements, including, but not limited to, the Brown Act and the California Fair Political Practices Commission.  Below you will find links to these resources and other public disclosures.



Department Links:

-City Clerk
-City Council
-City Council Agendas
-City Council Meeting Recordings
-City Manager
-City Manager's Update
-Community Development
-Human Resources
-Fire Department
-Police Department
-Website Posting Requirements
Note: to view online City documents, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader software installed on your computer. Click to visit Adobe's download page (external website).

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