Woodbridge is a census-designated place in San Joaquin County, California. Woodbridge sits at an elevation of 43 feet (13 m). The 2010 United States census reported Woodbridge's population was 3,984.
Woodbridge is located on the northwest side of the city of Lodi. Prior to the 2010 census, it was split between the CDPs of North Woodbridge and South Woodbridge and occupies the zip code 95258. It is most known for being in California's San Joaquin Valley winegrowing region. Woodbridge is the home of the famous Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi winery and 2010 California gubernatorial candidate, Robb Cawelti.
Woodbridge was founded in 1852 by Jeremiah H. Woods and Alexander McQueen, who built a ford across the Mokelumne River. They later built a bridge in 1858. Woods hoped that the settlement would grow larger than Stockton, and even hoped to form a separate county, Mokelumne County, with Woodbridge as the seat. In 1867, however, the railroad chose to bypass Woodbridge and lay tracks through neighboring Lodi instead.