Friday April 3, 2009
At the February 17, 2009 meeting, the City Council, sitting as the Directors of the City of Napa Redevelopment Agency, approved a Joint Business Retention Strategy that will help to support local business over the coming months. With $50,000 allocated for this effort, the Redevelopment Agency will fund events, collateral materials and advertising. The Joint Business Retention Strategy includes teaming up with the Napa Chamber of Commerce to support the local “You’ve Got the Power” campaign. The first events planned include two types of entertainment in the popular new Veterans Park—a new summer series of six “Movies in the Park” on Saturday nights and the popular “Napa City Nights” music series on Friday nights. Schedules for these events will be posted on this site when available. Collateral materials, such as flyers, posters and brochures will supplement information pieces created by the Napa Downtown Association and specific businesses. See the Downtown Events Calendar here.
Monday March 23, 2009
The Napa City Council issued a proclamation at their March 17, 2009 meeting to support the observance of Earth Hour 2009. Earth Hour is a global campaign to encourage the turning off of lights for an hour from 8:30pm to 9:30pm Saturday March 28, 2009. Students from New Technology High School are coordinating local awareness of the project. More information is available at www.earthhour.org.
Tuesday March 17, 2009
On March 9, 2009, the City of Napa released a final draft of the Heritage Napa Citywide Context Statement. This Context document is designed to serve as the basis for an Update to the City’s Historic Resource Inventory which documents all of the historic building in Napa. An Historic Context Statement discusses the historic development of the City and focuses that history on the development patterns that influenced the structures that were built over time. A link to this document, along with a number of other Heritage Napa documents, can be seen on this page.
The City of Napa Community Resources Department offers two softball seasons of six games each this spring and summer. The top four teams in each division will compete in the play-offs at the end of each season. This format allows for a true playoff winner each season and better quality of play as the divisions can be adjusted between seasons to ensure balanced play.