Climate Action

Climate action and sustainability are a priority for the City of Napa. The City declared a Climate Emergency on April 5, 2022. The Climate Emergency Resolution guides the city's actions to address the climate crisis. The Climate Emergency Resolution states: 

The scientific evidence indicates that an urgent global climate mobilization effort to reverse global warming is needed as quickly as possible towards net zero climate pollutants from public and private operations within the City by 2030.

What is climate action?

Climate Action is the effort to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and strengthen resilience and adaptive capacity to climate-induced impacts.

By using energy more efficiently, harnessing renewable electricity to power our buildings, enhancing access to sustainable transportation, and increasing compost we can keep dollars in our local economy, create new green jobs, and reduce GHG emissions.

  1. Deborah Elliott

    Management Analyst II - Climate Action

  1. MultiFamily Property Owner Open House

    MultiFamily Property Owners Open House

    The City of Napa invites multifamily property owners to an open house where to learn about rebates and incentives for improvements to their property. Read on...
  2. Climate Action Update

    Napa City Council Takes Bold Action on Climate Change

    In 2022, the Napa City Council established Climate Action as one of its Council Priorities for the 2022-2023 fiscal year. Read on...
  1. Buildings & Energy
  2. Climate Action
  3. Solid Waste & Recycling
  4. Water Conservation
  5. Commercial Landscaping
  6. Transportation
  7. Renewable Energy, MCE, PV, Etc
  1. Single Family
  2. MultiFamily
  3. Commercial
  4. Contractors
  • Building and Home Energy Resource Hub – The California Energy Commission’s Energy Resource Hub provides a pathway to healthier, more energy-efficient homes and buildings.
  • The Switch Is On – Search for incentives available in your area. The resources include many incentives offered by utilities and regional energy networks.
  • Rewiring America – Find out how much money you can get from the Inflation Reduction Act.
  • Bay Area Regional Energy Network – Rebates for energy efficiency improvements and electrification.
  • MCE Clean Energy – Home energy assessments and home upgrades – all at no cost for income qualified homeowners.
  • PG&E – Rebate and savings programs as well as tips and other resources.
  • Ride & Drive Clean – Information and discounts for on purchasing EVs and Ebikes.
  • California Energy Smart Homes – Residential new construction and alterations program that provides incentives to adopt energy measures to transition to all-electric construction.
  • Golden State Rebates – Save on products that improve the comfort, health and energy efficiency of your home.