Public Safety & City Hall Facilities Project

Through our most recent Public Safety & City Hall Facilities project survey, we received feedback from the community how the new City civic buildings should reflect the culture and history of Napa. This survey helped our team get a better understanding of what buildings our community believes best reflect the culture and history of Napa and meet the goal of the Downtown Napa Specific Plan to: “Honor the Past, Embrace the Future”. The collected images will be compiled for community comment at a public meeting on March 18th. The results will be used to help shape the design guidelines for the future civic buildings and civic plaza.

Project Background

Napa City HallCity leaders and staff have taken deliberate steps to continue their evaluation of new public safety and City Hall facilities in an effort to address current and future facility needs. 


Community Outreach

Input and involvement from the community and City staff is critical to develop solutions for addressing current and future facility needs. 

  1. Presentations 
  2. Public Meetings
  3. Events & Outreach

Over the course of this project, the Project Team has met with and presented to a number of community groups and organizations, to share the vision of the project and garner feedback. If you are interested in receiving a presentation from the Project Team, please let us know by emailing us.

Here are some of the groups that have requested and received presentations:

  • Architects Exchange
  • Sunrise Rotary
  • Government Affairs and Policies (GAP) Committee
  • Chamber of Commerce Board
  • Housing Coalition
  • Democrats of Napa
  • PG&E Retirees