Founded in 1868, Davis today is a university-oriented city with a progressive, vigorous community noted for its small-town style, quaint downtown, bicycles and more than 100 miles of paved bike paths, farmer’s market, energy conservation, environmental programs, beautiful parks, preservation of trees, red double-decker London buses, and the quality of its educational institutions. It is also home of the Modavi Center and near world-famous national parks, California’s capital, the San Francisco Bay Area with its SiliconValley, and California’s celebrated Wine Country.
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Incorporated in 1871, Woodland is the county seat of Yolo County, located in California’s Central Valley. Woodland is home to the Heidrick Ag History Museum, the single largest collection of agricultural machinery in the world, and the 135-year-old Scottish Games and Festival. Woodland has a strong historic heritage, which is reflected in an impressive stock of historic buildings in its downtown area and surrounding neighborhoods. It abounds with Victorian, Tudor, and Mission Revival Style houses, and commercial and public buildings, some of which are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Woodland’s agricultural setting is largely responsible for the community’s distinct identity and plays and important economic role in Woodland. Due to its proximity to major transportation nodes, Woodland has also become increasingly important as a manufacturing and distribution center