YOLO COUNTY is about to become the CANNABIS Capital of Northern California…see whats happening in Yolo County
Find out more about Cannabis and why Commercial Cannabis does not belong in Yolo County
Speak Up; let your elected officials know you do not want commercial cannabis!
Yolo County Board of Supervisors (our elected officials) who adopt ordinances “to preserve our environmental resources, protect the health and safety of our communities, and ensure industry contributes positively to the economic vitality of Yolo County.”
Once farm land that provides your food is gone, it does not come back! Cannabis is not Federally legal, there are very few quality or safety controls for commercial cannabis, and the few studies that have been done, show it is detrimental to the developing brains of our children; our FUTURE generations!
Attend the Planning Commission Meeting:
Date: December 3rd, 2019
Time: 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM
- Location: Board of Supervisors Chambers
625 Court Street, Ste 206
Woodland, California 95695
Cannabis Land Use Ordinance- Draft EIR Report is now Available.
Comment Period ends Monday December 23rd at 4:00 pm.
- Susan Strachan, Cannabis Program Manager
- Yolo County Department of Community Services
- 292 W. Beamer Street
- Woodland, CA 95695 / Phone: (530) 406-4800
- e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Link to The Cannabis Land Use Ordinance Draft EIR – Click here
Call Your Supervisor and let them know how you feel about Commercial Cannabis in Yolo County.
Attend Supervisors Meeting: Held on various Tuesdays in Room 206 of County Administration Building, 625 Court Street in Woodland.
Next Supervisors Meeting: December 17th at 9:00am
Call: Clerk of the Board: (530) 666-8195
Contact Concerned Citizens Against Commercial Cannabis (CCCACC) in Yolo County.
Phone (530)-794-8430 or Email: CCACCnews1@gmail.com