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Gum Avenue and East Gum Avenue together run east-west across a portion of eastern Woodland before curving northeast at the east end of East Gum Avenue. They are located south of Main Street and north of Gibson RoadGum Avenue becomes East Gum Avenue east of East Street.

Southwood Drive and West Southwood Drive are the west side of town's loose equivalents to Gum Avenue and East Gum Avenue. Southwood Drive is just slightly farther north than Gum Avenue.

Gum Avenue

Gum Avenue runs from East Street to 4th Street. It's only one tenth of a mile long! It begins at Taquitos La Bombonera 2 and intersects Pacific Street (which heads north only from Gum Avenue), 6th Street (south only), and 5th Street (north only).

Gum Avenue has been planted with street trees by the city. The street trees include the invasive weed species Glossy Privet (Ligustrum lucidum). Other non-native street trees on Gum Avenue include Oleander (Nerium oleander), London Plane (Platanus × hispanica), and Saw-leaf Zelkova (Zelkova serrata).

East Gum Avenue

East Gum Avenue runs from East Street to Farnham Avenue and is 1.7 miles long. It intersects Helen Way (north only), Barbara Way (north only), Thomas Street (north only), Leo Way (south only), Deborah Street (south only), Mary Beth Alley (north only), Matmor RoadStetson Street (south only), and Kate Lane (north only), then crosses over Highway 113, and then intersects Capay Valley Drive (south only), Bourn Drive, Craft Drive (north only), Berry Way (south only), Pioneer Avenue, Atwell Circle/Garcia Drive, Atwell Circle/Ross Drive, Joyce Court (south only), Wallace Drive (south only), Walker Street (south only), and Homestead Way (north only). Along the way, it passes by the Woodland Department of Motor Vehicles, the Yolo County Fairgrounds, and Klenhard Park.

East Gum Avenue is planted with street trees east of Kate Lane. The street trees include the invasive weed species Chinese Tallow Tree (Triadica sebifera), as well as three species that are native to WoodlandWestern Sycamore (Platanus racemosa), Valley Oak (Quercus lobata), and Interior Live Oak (Quercus wislizeni). Four more of the street tree species are native to other parts of California: Monterey Cypress (Cupressus macrocarpa), Modesto Ash/Arizona Ash (Fraxinus velutina), Coast Live Oak (Quercus agrifolia), and Canyon Live Oak (Quercus chrysolepis). Non-native street tree species on East Gum Avenue include European Hackberry (Celtis australis), Common Hackberry (Celtis occidentalis), Chinese Hackberry (Celtis sinensis), Chitalpa (Chitalpa tashkentensis), Arizona Cypress (Cupressus arizonica), Goldenrain Tree (Koelreuteria paniculata), Crape Myrtle (Lagerstroemia indica), Photinia (Photinia × fraseri), Canary Island Pine (Pinus canariensis), Chinese Pistache (Pistacia chinensis), London Plane (Platanus × hispanica), Bald Cypress (Taxodium distichum), Shiny Brushholly (Xylosma congesta), and Saw-leaf Zelkova (Zelkova serrata).