UPDATED Thursday May 14, 2009
The City of Napa is kicking off the community involvement effort in the new Downtown Specific Plan with a special website and online survey. People who live and work in the City and others who care about the future of Downtown Napa are invited to visit http://www.downtownnapaspecificplan.org/. Click on “surveys” in the lower right corner and answer the questions. The last day to complete this important survey is Saturday May 16, 2009. The online survey only takes a few minutes, and provides important input to guide the City’s planning.
Tuesday April 28, 2009
Today, Congressman Mike Thompson (D-St. Helena) announced the Napa River Project will receive over $99 million in funding to help provide flood protection for 2,700 homes, 350 businesses, and over 50 public properties. The funds will be used for river widening and construction of earthen levees, concrete flood walls, sheet pile flood walls, and the creation of an Oxbow Bypass channel.
UPDATED Wednesday May 27, 2009
City of Napa's automated red light cameras and sensory devices at the
intersections of First and Jefferson
Street and at Soscol/Big Ranch Road/Trancas Street have been in operation since April 29, 2009. Since that time a "warning" period has been in effect. As of 12:01am Saturday May 30, citations will be issued for violations.
UPDATED Saturday May 2, 2009
The following information was released by the Napa County Department of Public Health. Additional
information is available on the Napa County Public Health Division pages at www.co.napa.ca.us, and on the Public
Health hotline at (707) 253-4540.
Napa County Public Health Officer Dr. Karen Smith today urged residents to be aware of flu symptoms and precautions, and to stay calm in the wake of confirmed cases of H1N1 (swine) flu virus in California.