On Friday, January 6, until 5 PM, and Saturday, January 7, from 9 AM - 1 PM, self-serve sandbags will be available to City residents at the City’s Corporation Yard at 770 Jackson Street. Sand, bags and shovels are provided - just bring some gloves! Stay dry and stay safe!
Learn where to access and how to use sandbags here.
For real-time rainfall accumulations:
For more information on flood safety, visit www.countyofnapa.org
and click on "Winter Weather Watch" on the homepage.
The City of Napa's Parks and Recreation Department is closing Trancas Crossing Park at 11 AM today, Wednesday, January 4. Crews will continue to evaluate the situation and the park will reopen when the threat of flooding no longer remains.
Oxbow Bypass Flood Gates
The City of Napa and the Napa County Flood District have reopened the Oxbow Bypass flood gates at McKinstry Street today, Thursday, January 5th; however, parking on McKinstry will remain restricted.
The Flood District staff will continue to monitor the forecasts, as the Napa River expected to approach the activation level for closing the flood gates sometime on Sunday. There is also the potential that the Napa River may exceed the activation level sometime on Tuesday. As of the time of this post, Flood District staff plan to close the gates Saturday, January 7th, in preparation of the forecasted increase in river level from Sunday through Tuesday.