City of Woodland Beautification Committee
Mural Project

The Woodland Beautification Committee was formed in 1990 with the goal of bringing the youth of the community together and provide the necessary resources to combat the proliferation of graffitti throughout the city.

Since then, the project has evolved into a group in partnership with the City of Woodland, Private and Corporate sponsors and local Educational Institutions. In addition to the above goals, the project has become an avenue for the development of students interested in the arts and local community pride and participation.

Future visions of the committee include further development of community partnerships, mentorship for youth interested in careers in art by established artists, and the advancement of arts in public places.

The following links describe and display completed murals and those works in progress:

Mural at the Yolo County Juvenile HallMural on Lemen Ave, Contadina siteMural at Freeman Park Court St. access.

The projects of the Woodland Beautification Committee are supported by the following sponsors:
  • The City of Woodland
  • The Nestle Corporation
  • The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Yolo County
  • Woodland Chamber of Commerce
  • Yolo County Probation Department
  • Woodland Joint Unified School District
  • Yolo County Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs
  • The Woodland Police Department
  • City of Woodland Community Development Department
  • Community Service Clubs and Individuals

  • This site is sponsored by Afes Network Services
    and Virtual Market Enterprises

    Anyone interested in volunteering their time and effort toward this project, the City of Woodland Beautification Committee, or just for informaton, contact John Laugenour or call Bob MacNicholl at (916)661-5820. Schedules of the meeting time and dates may be found at the Yolo County Community Events Calendar.
    © 1996 John Laugenour, NetWit Web Design