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Posted on: March 31, 2023

[ARCHIVED] City of Napa Releases Its 2022 State of the City Report


The City of Napa is thrilled to release its 2022 State of the City report, providing an overview of accomplishments over the past year along with a preview of upcoming plans for the City.

“The City of Napa and our exceptional staff made significant strides in addressing key priorities—all while improving the quality of life for community members,” said City Manager Steve Potter. “The partnership with residents, local businesses and City staff, demonstrates a commitment to working collaboratively and being responsive to our community's needs. Napa has cultivated a strong and engaged community, and I look forward to more progress and collaboration in the years to come.”

2022 marked a year of growth for Napa, as the City focused on the Council’s priorities of climate change, workforce stability, housing and homelessness, the General Plan and economic development. Over the past year, the City developed a Climate and Sustainability Element for the General Plan, continued to fill critical staff positions, adopted the Napa 2040 General Plan and launched its Economic Development dashboard. In addition, the City expanded outdoor dining on public property, including sidewalks, parking areas, plazas and parks with the Parklets Program.

The latest State of the City report highlights key financial insights, including budget allocations, details on Napa’s “Community Recovery Bank” and a snapshot of the City’s financial health.

Exciting events and milestones took place in 2022, including the fourth annual Lighted Art Festival and the City’s 150th anniversary of incorporation. The City also made significant investments in road safety, community and staff engagement and several Capital Improvement Projects (CIPs). The 2022 State of the City report addresses these exciting events and initiatives in detail.

To ensure the City builds off these accomplishments, the Napa City Council has identified five key priorities for fiscal years 2023-25. Priorities include Public Infrastructure, Traffic Safety, Climate Action, Housing/Homelessness and Implementation of the General Plan.

“The City of Napa is committed to addressing the needs of our community,” said Mayor Scott Sedgley. “As we take a proactive approach to ensure a bright and prosperous future for the community, we are confident these five priorities will remain a sturdy basis for successful projects and programs in Napa.”

The City of Napa is committed to building a flourishing community for its residents and offers a variety of ways to stay involved. To learn more, view the 2022 State of the City report at

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