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Yolo County
Beth Gabor, Yolo County Public Information Officer

Yolo County was one of the original 27 counties created when California became a state in 1850. Yolo County is a middle-sized rural/suburban county with a strong commitment to the preservation of agriculture and open space. 88% of Yolo County’s population lives within its cities (Davis, West Sacramento, Winters & Woodland), with almost 97.2% (603,544 acres) of its unincorporated land designated for agricultural use. 

The Yolo County organization endeavors to: advance innovation; champion job creation and economic opportunities; collaborate to maximize success; enhance and sustain the safety net; preserve and ensure safe and crime free communities; preserve and support agriculture; protect open space and the environment; and provide fiscally sound, dynamic and responsive services.