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Precautionary notices for City water system lifted

Friday September 12, 2014

The August 24th earthquake caused over 150 water main breaks in the City of Napa water system. Following the earthquake, the City had advised precautionary measures for drinking or cooking water for customers who had an interruption of service to repair a water main break. All repairs have now been completed and over 300 water samples have been tested. Sample locations throughout the system have shown the water is clean and safe for all uses. We are now glad to report that all precautionary measures are lifted. This message is provided by the City of Napa (System No. 281003) in collaboration with the State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Drinking Water.

 
Jameson Canyon widening completed

Friday September 12, 2014

Caltrans, the Solano Transportation Authority (STA), and the Napa County Transportation and Planning Agency (NCTPA) announced the completion of major construction and the opening of all traffic lanes today of the much-anticipated State Route 12 (SR-12) Jameson Canyon Road Widening Project. The overall project doubles the highway width from two to four lanes along the six-mile route from State Route 29 in Napa County to Red Top Road near Interstate 80 in Solano County.

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Water-Wise Landscaping Workshops help beat the drought

Thursday September 11, 2014

The current statewide drought emergency has spurred local water savings. Despite significant earthquake-related leaks, Napa still experienced its lowest July and August water consumption in twenty years. To help continue this great progress, the City of Napa and the Town of Yountville are teaming up to present a free Water-Wise Landscaping Workshop Series beginning September 15. On four consecutive Mondays from 6:30 to 8:30 pm, area residents will learn about sprinkler scheduling, drip irrigation, site preparation, and low-water-use garden design. Outdoor water conservation is the key to navigating this drought period, and by installing climate-appropriate plants and irrigating efficiently customers will save on water bills as well.

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Door-to-Door Survey to Assess Impact of Earthquake on Community Members

Thursday September 11, 2014

Napa County Public Health staff and volunteers will be conducting a door-to-door survey of City of Napa and City of American Canyon households on September 16, 17 and 18, 2014 to better understand how the South Napa Earthquake impacted residents and determine needs when preparing for and responding to future emergencies. No personally identifying information will be collected and household participation is voluntary.

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Latino Heritage Month celebrations planned

Tuesday August 12, 2014

The third annual Napa Valley Latino Heritage Month will be observed September 15 – October 15, 2014 valley-wide with proclamations, public celebrations, art exhibits, children’s activities, storytelling, music, wine tasting, films, and more. These observances coincide with National Hispanic Heritage Month, a long-standing civic and cultural tradition. Featured events this year include the popular, Mexican Independence Celebrations in Calistoga and Napa on September 14th and in St. Helena on September 16th, the Napa County Hispanic Network Annual Scholarship Banquet on September 19th and events revolving around a Latino Heritage Month exhibition at Napa Valley Museum. A complete calendar of Napa Valley Latino Heritage Month events is available at www.napavalleynow.com and at www.napavalleyhoy.com in Spanish. 

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