Yolo County Sheriff's Department

  • Agency: Yolo County Sheriff's Department
  • Address: 140 Tony Diaz Drive, Woodland, 95776 CA
  • Chief:
Phone: 530-666-8282
Fax: 530-668-5238

Yolo County Sheriff's Department is located at 140 Tony Diaz Drive, Woodland, 95776 CA. The Yolo County Sheriff's Department phone number is 530-666-8282.

Yolo County Sheriff's Department News

“The willingness of America’s veterans to sacrifice for our country has earned them our lasting gratitude.” 🇺🇸Happy Veterans Day to all who have served this great nation🇺🇸

Some of our Animal Services Officers have rescued a few lost dogs from the Camp Fire who are currently being housed at the Oroville Small Animal Evac Site on Del Oro in Oroville, CA. Please feel free to share and help reunite them with their families.

Two of our Animal Services Officers rescued this dog from the Camp fire today with the assistance of CHP. She is currently recovering at a Chico veterinary clinic. UPDATE: The Great Pyrenees who was rescued in this post is currently at VCA Loomis Basin. She is a female, please help share so she can be reunited with her family.

Our administrative office will be closed on Monday, November 12, 2018, in observance of Veteran's Day.

Images of devastation taken by YCSO deputies assisting with the #campfire. Our thoughts are with the entire #ButteCounty community during this difficult time.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family, friends and all of Ventura County Sheriff's Office for their loss of Sgt. Ron Helus, as well as the victims and the community of Thousand Oaks.

This afternoon Sheriff Prieto received this Award of Appreciation from the West Sacramento & Woodland Day Reporting Centers in honor of his commitment and dedication to the success of clients in the Yolo Day Reporting Center. Congrats Sheriff!

Yolo County Animal Services Shelter is hosting a rabies and microchip clinic Saturday November 24th! Be sure to check out the flyer for all the details.

A search warrant was served at a property on the 29000 block of Quincy Street in Madison, California, on November 1, 2018, resulting in four arrests and the confiscation of a large quantity of marijuana that was being cultivated unlawfully. A butane honey oil lab was also discovered at the location. The cultivation of cannabis in the County of Yolo requires a permit per County Code section 5-20.01. Follow the link below for full press release: http://www.yolocountysheriff.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Marijuana-Grow-Arrests-Madison.pdf

The Sheriff's Office welcomed two new employees ealier this week. Congratulations to new Correctional Officer I Raymund Troche and new Corrections Records Specialist I Apeksha Prasad.

Happy Halloween!! Yolo County Animal Services made it on Good Day Sacramento this morning!! They talked about animal safety for Halloween and about a new program they are launching called Finding Rover. It uses facial recognition to find lost pets or pets wanted to adopt! Check it out! https://gooddaysacramento.cbslocal.com/video/3962336-pet-face-scan/

Today is #NationalCandyCornDay! Love them or hate them, today is their day. Will you be celebrating? After taking a small poll here at the Sheriff's Office, it looks like most employees WON'T be celebrating.

Today is #NationalCatDay which seems like the purrfect day to stop by the Yolo County Animal Services Shelter and check out all the cuddly kittens and cats up for adoption. $5 adoptions through October 31st!

This week is #SchoolBusSafetyWeek.

One of our Sergeants joined in on a pick up basketball game with a local family at Cache Creek High School. #heightadvantage #servicewithoutlimitations

Check out the Yolo County Animal Services Shelter October Cat Adoption Special! Be sure to stop by and check out all the cats and kittens.

Check out the Yolo County Animal Services Shelter October Dog Adoption Special! Be sure to stop by and check out all the dogs.

Thank you to the neighborhoods in Yolo County that allowed us to celebrate #NationalNightOut with them!!

Honoring Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Mark Stasyuk. #NeverForget #ThinBlueLine