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231 G Street #6, next to Sunrise
Monday-Friday: 9am-7pm
Saturday: 11am-5pm
Sunday: Closed
(530) 756-2679
<copyland AT sbcglobal DOT net>
<copyland DOT davis AT gmail DOT com> (preferred)
Payment Methods
Cash, Credit Cards, Davis Dollars

Copyland is a small copy business on G Street between Sunrise Restaurant and the former Next G Wireless, across the street from Kathmandu Kitchen. They have about four copy machines for public use but it looks as though they aim to serve businesses more than walk-in customers. They also carry a short list of about 15 course readers, which are generally less expensive than those from Davis Copy Shop.


Black and white copies $0.06
Color copies $0.49
Lamination of 8x11 paper $1.50
Discounts start at 50 copies

This business accepts Davis Dollars community currency.


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As a member of the faculty at UCD, I should add that Copyland offers a faster turnaround time for class readers, and that they are more willing to take on the labor of copying pages from books. I've always been satisfied with their service, and with the quality of their readers. — Andy Jones

2006-10-04 15:49:40   I got a reader from Copyland and it was decent. I thought better than Navin's for quality. It was just missing a couple of pages. Now at Navin's, they will miss entire articles. —JoAnnaRich

2007-01-29 11:19:37   I walked in for a last minute lamination job of 25 photos of various sizes and the store worker/owner did it for me while I waited. I had just come from Kinkos where they quoted me double the price, several hours longer, and much lower quality because their laminators get so hot. Copy Land is definately a better place to get lamination done. —JoRo

2007-03-27 01:01:31   I am a faculty member and have been using Copyland for class readers and copies of colored, high res images for nearly 5 years. I have been very satisified with their service. They have reasonble pricing and a fast turn over time. They are also pleasant people to work with. C. Valverde —CarolineValverde

2007-06-01 13:19:34   I haven't used Navin's much to compare, but Copyland is much better than Kinkos. They provide personalized service, high quality and low prices. Very recommended. —TomHinds

2008-04-26 18:57:18   As an architecture intern who works on G street, i have had a lot of interaction with Copyland and many print centers in town. Copyland is extremely fast, and will often do work in front of you if there are not many people around. They are also very knowledgeable and involved. On numerous occasions i have had complicated orders ie; large plots, books, flyers, and they will work through every detail to get it right, so that the quality is outstanding. The prices are reasonable, probably half of what you would pay at a typical consumer print shop (kinkos). They are able to do several kinds of binding including spiral, tape, and teeth.... to do perfect bind you have to go to sacramento. They have impressive plotters for a store of their size as well. They recently bought an amazing 44 inch wide path canon plotter that uses 12 different inks, and print quality from that thing cannot be beat... kinkos has a shitty HP printer, and i know this because i am a print nerd, and a bitch for quality. support Copyland, they deserve it. seriously. —Phillipe

2008-12-08 16:53:39   no corner rounder —StevenDaubert

2009-01-02 10:42:50   I recommend this copy shop over any for professional work, for class readers and generally as an excellent business model. The family that runs it is also quite terrific. —Lasan

2009-01-15 21:41:55   Bought my first reader here today, and I have to say, prices are excellent. Paid about half of what a reader with the same amount of pages cost me at Navin's. I would definetly take the extra 5 min walk again and pick up another reader here. Of course, I would think it all depends on your prof, and the walk or drive they're willing to take too, to save their students money. —JimL

2009-04-25 06:55:01   Copyland has always provided great service when we have needed personal or business copying (usually color). I can even email pdf's and they will copy them for pickup later! For your round-cornering needs, The Printer on Cowell Bl. has a machine. —ThePrinter

2009-04-25 07:49:44   one time i needed copies and prints and kinkos/fedex wanted to charge me around 40 cents per sheet. ridiculous! then i came here and they had reasonable prices. definitely recommend it. —fakeplastictrees

2009-05-07 13:16:11   just had a great experience here... needed to print a 4'x3' poster. i walk in with a PDF on USB key and the guy gets up immediately from what he's doing to help me. 10 min and $3 later i walk out with my (black and white) poster. (note: color posters, no matter where you go are always orders of magnitude more expensive. in this case the cheapest color poster of this size would be $40)

i'll be comin back here. support local businesses! —watson

2009-10-15 15:01:48   simple, quick, easy. friendly and knowledge service. went in with a usb key to get some high quality color prints. 50 cents per sheet. amazing quality. —MillaMi

2010-02-12 14:47:22   Forget Fedex/Kinkos. This is the best copyshop in town. Doing all my color printing there. —stst

2010-03-11 16:04:54   Copyland is by far the best copy shop in Davis. Friendly, lowest price and quick turnaround. I needed 3 laminated 36 x 48's on short notice. Officemax's price - $30/sheet. Copyland's price - $10/sheet. Good quality, good price, good service. Copyland forever! Hurray! —DavisWheeler

2010-05-07 09:09:38   I work for Adobe Apartments and get copies made here all of the time. Not only is the price reasonable, the staff is so friendly and professional. They work hard to make sure you get what you want, and will even let you see a sample before they print the rest of your order. I am a very particular person, so this is extremely appreciated. They produce copies even if you need them very last minute and finish them before your deadline. I am able to E-mail them what I need copied, and they make it look even more fabulous when it's printed. I am a perfectionist so it's nice to work with people who are also perfectionists.

I highly recommend using Copyland for your personal or business needs.


-Nicole Adams from Adobe Apartments —NikiRose

2010-06-30 12:07:02   I've used Copyland for ordering course readers for my classes a few times now, and am always pleased with them. They have a fast turnaround time, and the prices they charge the students are a bit lower than other places in town. Good quality. —CatherineFung

2010-07-03 14:27:07   Copyland is by far the best, most efficient copy shop in all of Davis. I recently did business there and it was awesome. Not only did I pick up about a 1,000 copies, it was ready the next day and the guy working their boxed it all up for me so that I wouldn't risk spilling them. I would recommend Copyland to anyone and everone. —

2010-07-31 14:38:58   Happy Birthday to the young guy :)) —

2011-04-22 16:47:42   Best copy shop in Davis by far. Great prices and great service. Don't go anywhere else. —KarenEmbry

2011-05-19 22:24:59   I needed several jobs done (thesis) on both 100% cotton and regular paper. While they didn't have the 100% cotton on hand, they did special order it for me to do the job. One thing I should mention is that I'm not sure how quick the usual turn around is because I always went in immediately after I'd email the job and they would usually print it up for me while I waited a few minutes. —Babhari

2011-11-03 10:41:20   I went here because it is locally owned and had cheaper prices than Kinkos. I am so glad I did. I'm so glad I did. Customer service was incredible. I got out of there fast, and saved a lot of money. This is the copy shop I will always use. —las30

2012-01-06 23:23:55   Copyland gives excellent services with very quick turn around time. I can count on Copyland to get my last minute projects out in time for the evening mail. —LindaJConrad

2012-01-07 14:38:32   Where else can you sit down at one of their computers and print something yourself or have them help you and only be charged for the copy? —BruceHansen

2012-06-07 09:17:56   I love Copyland! Way better quality on their prints than Kinkos, and at a very reasonable price. Fast turnaround, and great customer service. —KianaFreitas

2012-06-23 13:42:29   Copyland totally saved me today!! I needed some things printed double-sided and they got it done in a few mins. Also, I had some words that spilled onto a second page and looked weird, the guy did some magic on the computer and made them go back on the previous page where they belonged. Great work and I will definitely go back again and recommend them to anyone! —ElizabethWood

2013-02-11 21:53:35   The people at Copyland are extremely friendly and accessible. They are easy to work with and very efficient. Also, Copyland's pricing cannot be beat. I have (several times) compared prices between Copyland and Kinko's and have always been amazed at how much Kinko's charges for things ($6 versus almost $30 in one case). Highly recommended. —EmyYo

2013-05-03 20:32:27   Great costumer service and great quality! Came in to print some posters and color sheets and got exactly what I needed quickly and efficiently. Will definitely use for my future printing needs. —AnneElvin

2014-09-06 05:47:46   I see that I left the first comment on this page way back in 2006, and here I am again, pointing out that Wilson at Copyland has always taken extra care to meet my unusual copying, printing, and document needs. As a wedding officiant, I like to show up with my notes or prepared poems and passages to perform on 5" by 7" cream-colored cards rather than mere on white pages from the Xerox machine. Wilson has eagerly taken on the complex job of formatting such notes with eagerness and professionalism, thereby making me look good on the big day. Unlike another copy place in town, he doesn't spend his time inventing odd surcharges with my copy jobs: I always get fast and high-quality work done here for a fair price. We are lucky to have Copyland in Davis.

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