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Posted on: January 14, 2022

Some Public City Meeting Going Virtual - Temporarily

Virtual Meetings

In order to slow the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the City will conduct larger public meetings as a teleconference in compliance with California Government Code Section 54953(e). Members of the City Council and City staff will participate in this meeting telephonically or electronically.

The Council Chambers will be closed to the public, but we invite the public to participate in the meetings virtually. The following meetings will be conducted as a Teleconference via Zoom Webinar:

January 18: City Council Meeting

January 20: Planning Commission Meeting

January 25: City Council Redistricting Public Hearing

February 1: City Council Meeting

February 1: Housing Authority Meeting

February 3: Planning Commission Meeting

February 8: City Council Redistricting Hearing


Viewing City Council Meetings

All members of the public are invited to view the meeting live on (a) local cable TV Channel 28; or (b) live-streamed on the City of Napa’s website at www.cityofnapa.org (see: https://napacity.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx; and click on the “In Progress” button); or (c) live-streamed on Zoom at the posted link; or (d) for audio only, call the posted number; and when prompted, enter the meeting PIN.

The public has several options to submit a public comment to these meetings. The City invites written comments to be sent to the City Clerk via email ([email protected]), mail or in-person at the City Clerk’s office. All written comments will be distributed to the City Council prior to the meeting and will be added to the written record in accordance with the Council’s Rules of Order and Procedures (R2016-6).

Non-written public comments must be delivered live via Zoom. Participants must use the ‘raise hand’ feature in order to speak.  See the published agenda for full Coronavirus (COVID-19) meeting procedures and participation methods.

Members of the public may access past City meetings at any time by going to https://napacity.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx; which includes an indexed listing of past meetings, including supporting documents, minutes, and video. 


Viewing Planning Commission Meetings

All members of the public are invited to view the meeting live on (a) local cable TV Channel 28; or (b) live-streamed  on  the  City  of  Napa’s  website  at  www.cityofnapa.org  (see: https://napacity.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx; and click on the “In Progress” button); or live-streamed on Zoom at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82093298319 (to log into Zoom, you may be prompted for your name and email address, which will be visible online); or (d) for  audio  only,  call  1-669-900-6833;  and  when  prompted,  enter  meeting  # 820  9329 8319..

The public has several options to submit a public comment to these meetings. The City invites written comments to be sent to the City Clerk via email ([email protected]), mail or in-person at the Planning Division’s office in the Community Services Building, 1600 First Street, Napa. All written comments will be distributed to the Planning Commission prior to the meeting and will be added to the written record in accordance with the Council’s Rules of Order and Procedures (R2016-5).

Non-written public comments must be delivered live via Zoom. Participants must use the ‘raise hand’ feature in order to speak.  See the published agenda for full Coronavirus (COVID-19) meeting procedures and participation methods.

Members of the public may access past City meetings at any time by going to https://napacity.legistar.com/Page.aspx?M=Y; which includes an indexed listing of past meetings, including supporting documents, minutes, and video. 

The City of Napa thanks you in advance for taking all precautions to prevent spreading the COVID-19 virus.


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