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Since 1986, Pizza Guys has been bringing families and friends together over great pizza. Not sure what to fix or just too tired to cook? Pizza is something that everyone can agree on! From classic pepperoni and cheese to unique creations you won’t find anywhere else, plus great deals and coupons for special offers like free 2-liters of your favorite soda and hot deals on your favorite pizzas, there’s a lot to love about choosing Pizza Guys in Woodland.
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About Woodland, CA
The county seat of Yolo County is Woodland, California, based 15 miles northwest of Sacramento, with a population of 55,468 people according to 2010 census. When Yolo County was established, at the same time, California gained its statehood in 1850 that’s when the Woodland’s history began. The town keeps progressing from the time it started to grow its resources as well as the population.
The federal post office gained and after a year in the country and was relocated to Woodland from West Sacramento, California, after the flood. They were established close proximity to Sacramento, railroad line and the latest Interstate-5 addition made the thriving city move up to their present situation. In the year 1851, a year after California was granted statehood, and Yolo Country was established, Uncle Johnny Morris was established on the corner of First and Clover Streets in Woodland. After two years, a store named Yolo City was developed when Henry Wyckoff arrived and built the store. As time passed, Frank S. Freeman bought some 160 acres of the land area, and the single store didn’t last that long.
On the other hand, the town’s growth had begun to develop, what Mr. Freeman had hoped for the town is to be one of the richest crop growing location as America’s trading center. Mr. Freeman is offering his own land to anyone who would like to stay and live in the area. Freeman proposed to the post office that the town should be called Woodland in the year 1859, and it was accepted by the post office. On July 5, 1861, they established a post office in Woodland called Woodland Post Office, and the postmaster was Mr. Freeman. The development of the town was doing great by selling buildings or leasing for businesses to use.
In the year 1870, Woodland’s population was approximately 1,600 people, with 747 voters who registered. They collected signatures from the citizens for the incorporation of the town’s petition, which really worked. In the year 1871, the Woodland was incorporated. The town’s residents received different kinds of services like telephone services, electricity, regular train and telegraph operations, gas, street lights, graveled streets, and water.
Mr. Freeman requested a petition to his people for the federal government to establish a post office at Woodland, California. When the post office was established in the year 1859, naming the town authoritatively. That is the first time in the record that Woodland city name appears. Mr. Freeman’s wife suggested the name, when the post office department granted the petition.
Woodland has a climate called Mediterranean, with cool relatively wet winters and with hot, dry summers, just like the rest of California’s Central Valley. Summer really gives warm days with high temperatures in the 90s, however the Delta Breeze that travels to the valley through the Carquinez Strait often gives comfortable evenings and during night time, the temperature is the upper 50s. During the winter months and during late fall, Woodland is having a great experience from the rain and storms coming from Alaska and Pacific Ocean, and with cooler temperature, fog and a little bit of frost and freezing condition in the morning.
For the past decades, Woodland has immensely grown, and the population has extremely increased its number. Lots of subdivisions established mostly on the east side of town, and a lot of chain and retail stores have opened business in Woodland. A new school opened for Pioneer and high school in the 2003-20904 school year. During August every year, the Yolo Country Fair is always celebrated in Woodland. Initiated in 1935, running in Wednesday afternoon through Sunday evening is what people usually do as a tradition. It is the largest free admission fair in California and most people all over the world come over to Northern California to enjoy this special occasion.