Napa Riverfront
Road Work

Third Street Road Work

Starting Monday, August 26

The City of Napa will be beginning road work Third Street in order to restore road surfaces after extensive water main work that was completed in 2018. The restoration work will take place from California Boulevard to Seminary Street. Road closures during the work will be in effect during the following dates, times and locations:

August 26th to 28th: Third Street will be closed from California to Patchett, detouring east and west bound traffic to Oak Street from 7am to 5pm
September 3rd to 4th: Third Street will be closed from Patchett to Jefferson Street, detouring east and west bound traffic to Oak Street.
September 5th to 6th: Third Street will be closed from Jefferson to Seminary detouring east and west bound traffic to Second Street. 

For more information or questions about the this project, please contact City staff at 707-257-9674.  

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Tulucay Creek Bridge Repairs

Caltrans has scheduled to close one lane of Soscol Avenue in each direction at the Tulucay Bridge in Napa overnight August 28-29 for lane re-striping on the bridge.

One lane in each direction on the bridge is scheduled to close at 10:00 PM Wednesday, August 28, re-opening at 7:00 AM Thursday. The two northbound lanes on the bridge will be reconfigured with a space in between them to accommodate ongoing work on the bridge (see map below). Also, concrete barriers will be placed between the northbound lanes.

The purpose of the lane reconfiguration and concrete barrier placement is to accommodate ongoing repair work on the bridge.

Upon completion of the striping work, all four lanes on the bridge are scheduled to remain open during the repair work, except for intermittent short temporary closures.
There will be a speed reduction in the work area from the posted 35 mph to 25 mph. Motorists are advised to exercise caution and observe the reduced speed limit.


Street Sweeping Reminders

Residential and commercial streets are swept once monthly from February through September and twice monthly from October through January. Routes and schedules are available on the Citywide Sweeper Route Map. You click on the map to view schedules or enter your address to find out exactly when sweepers will be on your street!

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Sweeping of each route occurs on the same day of a particular week each month; for example, the second Monday or the fourth Friday. Typical hours of operation are from 4:30 to 9 a.m. in commercial areas and from 6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in residential areas. This schedule was established so that sweeping occurs on a simplified, regular, and predictable basis for residents and businesses.

Please make a note of your scheduled sweep day and accommodate the service by moving parked cars from the street. Portions of streets missed due to parked cars cannot be practically or efficiently re-swept until the next scheduled sweep date.

There will be no street sweeping on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day. Streets that are scheduled on these holidays will be slept the following weekday. In order to maintain a consistent schedule, sweeping will occur on all other holidays.

Street sweeping services for the City of Napa are provided by Contract Sweeping Services, Inc. For customer service concerns or questions related to routes and scheduling, please call Contract Sweeping Services at 707-257-9650 or 209-595-1370.

Leaf Season

During our heavy leaf months of October through January, sweeping frequency is increased from once monthly to twice monthly, with the second sweep of each month occurring two weeks before or after the normally scheduled day. To prevent flooding and protect our waterways, we ask that you do not sweep or blow leaves or yard trimmings into the street or gutter. Instead, add them to your brown compost cart.

To learn more about how you can manage and dispose of your leaves, please visit our website at

Napa Senior Activity Center

Calling All Artists!

Senior Center Art Installations

Public Art - Outdoor Sculpture Senior Center 
The Napa Senior Center recently reopened to the public after 9 months of construction. The updated facility creates an opportunity for a permanent art installation. This art installation will be permanently installed outside, where it will be highly visible from both outside and inside the Senior Center. Only completed artworks are eligible. Conceptual artwork proposals will not be considered. Entry deadline 9/20/19.

Eligibility: Applicants must be currently living or working in CA, OR, NV, CO, WA, AZ, ID or UT. They must be at least 50 years of age to represent the Senior Center community. Napa City employees, and their immediate family members are not eligible. 

Napa Senior Center Exhibit - 2D Art  
The City of Napa is opening a call for 2D art at the Napa Senior Center in their newly remodeled Maple Room. Artwork will be displayed for a 6-month period (January to June or July to December 2020). Artists must be available for installation and deinstallation process. Entry deadline 12/30/19. 

Eligibility: Applicants must be artists currently living or working in Napa Valley, CA. They must be at least 50 years of age.  City employees and their immediate family members are ineligible.


Financial Assistance Offered to Low & Fixed Income Households

Recycling and Waste Services Bills

Is your household on a low/fixed income? Do you participate in the PG&E “CARE” program? If so, you are eligible for $10 per month in financial assistance with your recycling and waste services bill. Please bring your current PG&E bill as evidence to the NRWS Payment Center at 598 Lincoln Avenue Mon-Fri, 8:30 am to 5 pm, to take advantage of this new program, or you can fax or mail a copy to:

Attn: Low Income Assistance Program
PO Box 239
Napa, CA 94559

(707) 258-8165

¿Su hogar tiene un ingreso bajo/fijo? ¿Participas en el programa "CARE" de PG&E? Si es así, es elegible para recibir $10 por mes de asistencia financiera con su factura de servicios de reciclaje y basura. Traiga su factura actual de PG&E como evidencia al Centro de pagos de NRWS ubicado en 598 Lincoln Avenue Mon-Fri, 8:30 am to 5 pm para aprovechar de este nuevo programa o puede enviar por fax o correo a:

Attn: Low Income Assistance Program
PO Box 239
Napa, CA 94559

(707) 258-8165

Road Work

Workshops Scheduled for First Time Homebuyers

You are invited to attend one of our workshops to learn about programs that may help you become a homeowner, including the City of Napa’s First Time Homebuyer Down Payment Assistance Programs.

Workshops have been scheduled to educate first time homebuyers on the home buying and mortgage loan process, and to inform them about the City’s Down Payment Assistance Program eligibility criteria.  

The next available workshops will be held September 17th or October 29th at 6:30 p.m. at the City of Napa’s Housing Authority office located at 1115 Seminary Street.   
Seating is limited. And please no small children.

To register, email: [email protected]. Those in the market for a first home are encouraged to learn more and attend one of the City-sponsored workshops.

General Plan

Subscribe to the General Plan Newsletter!

Participate. Stay Informed.

The General Plan newsletter is intended to provide interested parties periodic updates on the General Plan Update process, upcoming meetings, and activities. Visit the Notify Me page on the City of Napa’s website to subscribe - just click on the mail icon next to the Napa 2040 General Plan Newsletter. Please remember to set your spam blocker to allow mail from [email protected].


Upcoming Meeting Dates

General Plan Advisory Committee (GPAC)
Monday, August 26, 2019
City Council Chambers - 955 School Street, Napa
5:30PM - 7:30PM
You can also stay tuned at, as well as the City’s FacebookNextdoor and Twitter pages, for upcoming General Plan updates and events. 

You can direct any questions to [email protected]!

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Napa Parks Survey Volunteer 

LAST CHANCE to let us know you're interested!

The City of Napa Parks & Recreation Department is partnering with the local community to gather feedback on park conditions throughout the City-operated parks system!

This is your opportunity to participate in surveying City of Napa parks. You will be given a set criterion from which to evaluate the park’s condition. The results we receive from this effort will be invaluable to our continued mission to provide exceptional programs, facilities, and services. 

What's next?
Join the City of Napa Parks & Recreation Department for an evening of training and to learn more about the program. Lite snacks will be provided!

To express your interest in participating, complete the following survey with contact information and more details:

The Volunteer Training is scheduled for August 28th from 6pm to 8pm at the Las Flores Community Center. Wear comfortable shoes and jacket if desired. We will complete a 'practice' round outside at Las Flores Park. 

Arbor Day

National Public Lands Day

Saturday, September 28, 2019

Come make a lasting impact to our community’s park system!  This year’s National Public Lands Day will be held on September 28th combining three fun events in one day!

Arbor Day
The City of Napa will be hosting our 30th annual Arbor Day celebration. The City of Napa is a certified Tree City USA. To maintain this status and celebrate our public lands, the City coordinates a volunteer effort to plant trees in the community. Volunteers will learn about tree species that are better suited to the Napa climate and proper planting techniques while providing a valuable service to the community. We will be planting numerous new trees in the park and need volunteers of all ages to come out and help us celebrate. To register to participate, please contact our volunteer coordinator at (707) 257-9960. Please arrive and check in by 9:00 a.m. 

Bike Your Park Day 
In partnership with the Adventure Cycle Association and the Napa Bicycle Coalition, the City of Napa will host a free guided bike tour starting at Kennedy Park at 10:00 AM. The route will be approximately 9 miles and travel along the Vine Trail through numerous city parks including historic Fuller Park while looping back to Kennedy Park. The tour includes biking through the Railroad Arts District. Please register in advance here!

Public Lands Service Projects
In addition to planting trees, there will be several other service projects taking place in Kennedy Park on September 28th. The park improvements will include projects at the Formal Gardens, skate park and duck pond. We are looking for community members to sign up to assist our park staff while we improve these areas. Projects will take place between 9:00 AM and 1:00  PM. To register to volunteer, contact our volunteer coordinator at (707)257-9960.  

Music, entertainment and refreshments will be part of the fun. Updated information can be found on our website and social media pages. We hope to see you there!


Measure T Upgrades

UPCOMING NIGHT WORK: Trancas Street Rehabilitation Project 

Crews will continue concrete work (replacement of sidewalks and curb & gutter) and a new asphalt pavement overlay on Trancas Street from Highway 29 - Jefferson Street. This work is expected to be completed in late November 2019.

Access to all businesses will be maintained at all times. Temporary access may be provided via alternate driveways. 

NIGHT WORK: Monday, 8/26 thru Friday, 8/30 from 9:00PM to 6:00AM

LOCATION: Trancas Street, adjacent to Northwood Shopping Center

TRAFFIC IMPACT: Nighttime right lane closure for westbound traffic

WORK OPERATION: Concrete work for one driveway and sidewalks

One driveway (in front of Lucky’s) may be closed
from Mon 8/26 thru Fri 8/30.
All other driveways to Northwood Center will be open

Bus stop in front of Lucky’s may be closed at nighttime
from Mon 8/26 thru Fri 8/30 from 9:00PM to 6:00AM.
During nighttime, use bus stop at west end in front of T-Mobile by Bel-Aire.
All bus stops will be open during the daytime.


OVERALL PROJECT LOCATION: Trancas Street from Highway 29 to Jefferson Street

Project leads have and will continue to coordinate and communicate with nearby businesses as the project work continues. Our intention is to minimize traffic disruptions as much as possible! Please drive safe when traveling through the area!

rePlanet Recycling Buy Back Center Now Closed

As part of nationwide closures of 284 centers, rePlanet's recycling buy back center on Jackson Street is now closed.

But don’t give up hope that what you are recycling in the Napa Valley is actually being recycled – because it is! 
You still have two local options to get your CRV back and a third option to ensure it is recycled. 

Blue Front Recycling
2877 Solano Avenue
Mon-Sat: 9 AM – 4:30 PM with a half-hour lunch around noon 

Devlin Road Reuse & Recycle Center
889B Devlin Road, American Canyon
M-Sat: 8:30 am- 3:30 pm

Both centers are State-Certified CRV (California Redemption Value) buy back centers that are open and running, ready to pay you back for your recyclables. 

If CRV isn’t important to you, putting them into your blue curbside recycling cart will ensure they will be recycled – they head to the City-owned Recycling and Composting facility down the road in American Canyon and are sorted out and bailed to be recycled. Napa Recycling’s curbside program also accepts non-CRV containers like glass wine bottles and other empty plastic bottles (like condiments or shampoo bottles).  Note: if you put them into your landfill container they will NOT be recycled. 

With the constant bad news about recycling from China not accepting materials to the pollution in our waterways, remember that bottles and cans are some of the BEST and EASIEST materials to recycle. Recycled aluminum cans can be back on the shelf in as little as 60 days and recycling ONE can saves enough energy to run a computer for 3 hours.  When you consider plastic bottles, it can be recycled into a myriad of things – clothes, new plastic bottles, carpets, and more. 

So don’t despair, continue to recycle! Not sure what can or can’t be recycled in Napa’s curbside program? Please visit for a full list of what is accepted and not accepted in your blue bin.

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Mills Act Program Application Update

Streamlined and User-Friendly!

Do you own a great historic building in Napa? Are you interested in a financial incentive that can help you rehabilitate, restore and maintain your building? The City of Napa can help.

The City of Napa's Mills Act Program allows owners of qualifying buildings to receive a potential property tax reduction and use the savings to help rehabilitate, restore and maintain their buildings. 

Our Planning Division has streamlined the application process, making it more user-friendly and easy to follow. You can access the application, including submittal instructions, on the City of Napa's website. If you need assistance, you can email your questions here

Oxbow Riverstage 2019
Photo Courtesy: Oxbow Riverstage

Upcoming Events in Napa

August continues to be a busy month in Napa with a lot of fun events going on - and some require a street closure or two. Here is a roundup of those events so you can plan ahead to join the fun, or find another route around the festivities if you need to.

Blues, Brews and BBQ
The Napa Downtown Association’s annual Blues, Brews and BBQ event will be held Saturday August 24, 2019 from 12-6pm. First Street will be closed between Main and Franklin and Coombs and Randolph will be closed to Second Street. The streets will be closed from 7:30 AM to 8:00 PM.   For more information about the event, visit
Oxbow Riverstage Concert Series
The first Oxbow Riverstage concert will kick off with the Steve Miller Band Sunday, August 25, 2019 at 6pm. For tickets and more information about the concert series, visit or call 707-880-2300. McKinstry Street will be closed to through traffic from 1:00 PM to Midnight. The park will be closed intermittently from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM during sound checks and will be closed for the duration of the concert from 5:00 PM to 10:00 PM. Attendees are encouraged to use the event parking at NVC and shuttle to the event.   

Downtown Napa Parking Map

Parking Permits - Available Online

Have you ever had difficulty finding parking Downtown? When you do, is it only in time-limited spaces? Are you annoyed with having to move your car every 2 to 3 hours to avoid a Parking Ticket?
A Parking Permit could be exactly what you’re looking for!
•    Park All Day for just $30 a month! *
•    Strategically located throughout Napa’s Downtown core.
•    Purchase multiple months at a time.
•    Available to individuals and businesses looking to purchase permits for their employees.
*$3.50 service fee applies to every online purchase.

How to Purchase a Parking Permit
Parking permits are available for purchase online at Parking Permits will be mailed to you upon purchase. Your purchase receipt will act as your temporary parking permit. The temporary parking permit will expire 2 weeks after purchase. Your parking permit should arrive by mail within 5-7 business days.

Parking Permit Rules
Parking Permit spaces are available exclusively to Parking Permit patrons from 7am to 5pm Monday through Friday except for holidays. 
Hang the parking permit you the vehicle rearview mirror or clearly displayed on the vehicle dashboard.
Third Sundays at Fuller Park

Third Sundays at Fuller Park

Enjoy the music under the shade in Napa’s oldest park. Bring a picnic and a chair or a blanket.

September 15 - Mariachi Aguilas
Playing together since 1974, Mariachi Aguilas creates music that connects with the audience. Featuring violinist, trumpets, guitar, vihuela and guitarrón players, their knowledge of the Mariachi repertoire is incredible.

October 20 - The Mighty Murphys
The Might Murphys are an acoustic band playing instruments from the Irish tradition. The band enjoys sharing music that reminds them of their Irish roots and ancestors. The band sparkles with upbeat Irish reels, jigs, plus heart-felt ballads of the old country sung by Christine. Many of their songs are written by band member Day Griffin in the traditional Irish style.

Water Quality report 2019

2018 Drinking Water Quality Report

Once again in 2018, City of Napa tap water met all stringent U.S. EPA and State health standards. Print copies of the City of Napa’s latest Drinking Water Quality Report are now available. Since June, a web version of the report has been posted on the City Water page, Water customers were alerted of the direct web address for the electronic document,, by a printed message on their spring water bills. Along with summarizing regulated substances and water treatment tasks, the report describes our source waters, the importance of protecting our watersheds, and the benefits of chlorination.

For customers without computer access, print copies of the 2018 Drinking Water Quality Report may be picked up at the Water Division, 1340 Clay Street, and at the Finance-Collection windows in City Hall, 955 School Street. These paper copies will also be mailed upon request by calling 707-257-9521.

The City continues to primarily use an electronic distribution method for this report, saving resources and ratepayer funds while still communicating to customers about the health and safety of their tap water.

Did you know? Hazardous Waste Collection is Available!

The Hazardous Waste Collection Facility is for safe and legal disposal of UNUSABLE or UNWANTED hazardous products. Please remember to pack products carefully so they won’t mix or spill. Transport in trunk if possible. The facility accepts all types of hazardous waste except: Radioactives • Explosives • Ammunition


Household Hazardous Waste Facility
889A Devlin Rd, American Canyon
Located off Hwy 29 & S. Kelly Rd


  • No appointment required. / No charge.
  • Napa County & City of Vallejo households only.


  • Napa & Solano County businesses that generate less than 220 lbs. or 27 gal. of hazardous waste per month may be eligible to use the “Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator” program at the collection facility.
  • There is a charge for this service. Call (800) 984-9661 for information & appointment.

For highway safety, there is a legal limit of 15 gallons or 125 pounds of hazardous waste per trip.


Housing Choice - What Are Your Thoughts, Napa?

The City of Napa wants to hear from you! We want to know if there are obstacles or challenges to fair housing choice here in Napa – and your opinion is crucial!

What does Fair Housing mean?
Fair housing is the right to choose housing free from discrimination, and there are state and federal laws that protect people from discrimination in housing transactions such as rentals, home purchases, lending and insurance.
Please take our survey today so that we can better understand your experiences and opinions about the state of housing choice in our city!

Survey in English


¡La Ciudad de Napa quiere saber su opinión! Queremos saber si existen obstáculos o desafíos para elección de vivienda justa en Napa, y su opinión es crucial!

¿Qué significa Vivienda Justa?
Vivienda justa es el derecho a elegir una vivienda libre de discriminación, y existen leyes estatales y federales que protegen a las persona contra la discriminación en las transacciones de viviendas, como alquileres, ventas, préstamos y seguros.
¡Por favor tome nuestra encuesta para que podamos comprender mejor sus experiencias y opiniones sobre el estado de la elección de vivienda en nuestra Ciudad!

Encuesta en español

You can also access this information on our website at

Cosntruction Ahead

Highway 29 Water Main Freeway Crossings - Now Underway

The City continues work on the restoration of three water lines (freeway crossings) that were damaged during the earthquake in 2014. The freeway crossings are located at multiple locations along Highway 29 at Old Sonoma Road, Pine Street and Laurel/Kilburn Streets.
Construction will continue throughout the summer as each crossing is restored. This work will require intermittent traffic control setup and minor detours in isolated neighborhoods. Residents in the immediate vicinity of each crossing will receive specific notifications as construction progresses.
For more information or questions about this project, please visit or contact City staff at 707.257.9521.
Water main restoration:
Michael Hether, City of Napa Water Division, (707) 257-9521

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City of Napa is Hiring!

See what positions are available and apply today!

Senior Construction Inspector
Closing: 8/23/2019

Are you eager to produce great work in the areas of construction inspection? Has your collaborative work style allowed you to bring value that has made positive impact? Then APPLY today and continue your work with the City of Napa, benefiting not only the employees of the Public Works Department but also the community we serve!
Building Inspector I/II
Closing: 8/26/2019

Are you eager to produce great work in the areas of building inspection, code compliance, and plan checking? Has your collaborative work style allowed you to bring value that has made positive impact? Then APPLY today and continue that work with the City of Napa, benefiting not only the employees of the organization but the community we serve!
Police Officer Trainee – Recent Academy Graduate
Closing: Continuous

Did you recently complete a Police Academy within the last 12 months? We invite you to apply! This is a pre-entry level law enforcement classification in which incumbents learn and gain additional qualifications in preparation for a career as a sworn peace officer. Join our team and you'll learn to protect yourself and others with incredible training, gain another family and a sense of belonging that no other career can offer, and spend your time helping others by making a positive impact on the community.
Police Officer Trainee – Academy Enrolled
Closing: Continuous

Are you currently enrolled in a Police Academy? We invite you to apply! This is a pre-entry level law enforcement classification in which incumbents learn and gain additional qualifications in preparation for a career as a sworn peace officer. Join our team and you'll learn to protect yourself and others with incredible training, gain another family and a sense of belonging that no other career can offer, and spend your time helping others by making a positive impact on the community.
Police Officer – Lateral (From Outside California)
Closing: Continuous

Our Police Department is looking for applicants with one year of experience in a sworn law enforcement position in the State of California (as defined in Penal Code Section 830.1) and possession of a California POST Basic Certificate that are interested in coming to Napa. Candidates on a current City of Napa eligible list need not re-apply.
Police Officer – Lateral (From Within California) 
Closing: Continuous

Our Police Department is looking for applicants with one year of experience in a sworn law enforcement position in the State of California (as defined in Penal Code Section 830.1) and possession of a California POST Basic Certificate that are interested in coming to Napa. Candidates on a current City of Napa eligible list need not re-apply.
Recreation Leader – Preschool (Part-Time)
Closing Date: Continuous

Do you consider yourself a positive role model? Do you have a passion for leading and mentoring youth? We have a part-time position meant for you in the Recreation Division.
Facility Attendant (Part-Time)
Closing: Continuous

Do you love serving your community? Do you have phenomenal customer service skills? Do you enjoy cleaning and keeping spaces orderly? We are looking for someone like you to join our team in the Recreation Division.
Parks Maintenance & Operations Technical Associate
Closing: Continuous

Are you looking for a chance to grow your career in geospatial and computerized maintenance management software systems? If you are a technical person interested in obtaining real work experience while exploring your interest and developing skills and competencies, this job is for you! We are seeking a highly-motivated and organized Parks Maintenance & Operations Technical Associate ("Parks M&O Associate").
Park Maintenance Assistant (Part-Time)
Closing: Continuous

Do you love keeping busy indoors and outdoors? Are you handy? Would you enjoy working early mornings, holidays, and weekends? We have just the position for you in the Parks Division.
Facilities Maintenance Assistant (Part-Time)
Closing: Continuous

Do you love being on your feet and keeping busy? Enjoy repairing and cleaning? Do you have a passion for serving your community? We need extra help with maintaining facilities this summer. The position is a temporary extra-help position that will work in the Facilities Division of Public Works. 
Electrical Maintenance Assistant (Part-Time)
Closing: Continuous

Do you have experience with electrical repair work? We are looking for someone to assist our Electrical team in the Public Works Department on a temporary basis in routine electrical installation, modification, and maintenance work.
Equipment Service Assistant (Part-Time)
Closing: Continuous

Are you passionate about automobile, street construction and maintenance equipment? Do you understand the functions of automobile parts, garage supplies and tools? Can you inspect, diagnose, service and repair mechanical malfunctions? Our Public Works Operations Division is looking for an individual to assist our Fleet Team on a temporary, part-time basis.
Waste Prevention Assistant (Part-Time)
Closing: Continuous

Do you love working in a collaborative environment that includes outreach and educational campaigns? Are you passionate about sustainability and the environment? Can you communicate with a diverse range of people in the local community? We are searching for you to join our team at the Recycling and Materials Diversion Division.

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