Measure J

/Measure J
Measure J 2017-09-22T13:33:33+00:00

Dear Families,

Thanks to the passage of Measure J in the June 2014 election and the recently adopted City budget new funding is available to help families with youth playing sports. The City of Woodland has the opportunity to offer financial assistance for families participating in youth sports, specially Woodland Soccer Club, Davis Alliance Soccer, Babe Ruth, Cal Ripken, Girls Fastpitch, Little League, Woodland Swim Team, Woodland Wreckers, and Woodland Youth Basketball.

Rebates and Scholarships are available for Woodland residents only (scholarships have income limit qualifications).

· Limited rebates of $10 (one child), $20 (second child), $30 (third child), and $40 (fourth child) are available for youth participating in the identified sports leagues and will be processed on a first-come first-served basis. The rebates are cumulative (ie if you have three children you would receive $10+$20+$30=$60).

· $50 scholarships for youth sport-participants for income qualified families. Limited scholarships are available and will be processed on a first-come-first served basis. Those receiving a scholarship may not apply for or receive a rebate.

Applications for rebates and scholarships, along with proof of residency and income (for scholarships) must be submitted to the Community Services Department for processing.

Rebates and scholarship checks will be mailed within 45 days of an approved application. Woodland Soccer Club will be notified if funding is no longer available.

Please contact the Community Services Department at 661-2000 if you have any questions.

 

Sports Scholarship Application & Instructions 2017

Youth Rebate Application & Instructions 2017