Wednesday June 11, 2008
First Street in the City of Napa is now closed on either side of the Napa River as a bridge replacement project is underway. Signs direct traffic to detour to Third Street on the south and Lincoln Avenue on the north. The closure is expected to continue through the end of August 2009.
Access to popular Oxbow District attractions such as the Napa Valley Wine Train, Oxbow Public Market, and Copia will be maintained from Soscol Avenue on the west, and both parking lots at Copia will remain unaffected by the closure.
Thursday, June 5, 2008
With this spring among the driest on record, the governor proclaiming a statewide drought, and rationing recently imposed in the East Bay, you may be wondering about the City of Napa's water situation.
Updated Monday September 22, 2008
"Napa City Nights," the free concert series at Veterans Memorial Park, will conclude Friday September 26 with three performers on stage from 6pm to 10pm.
Performers for this Friday night will be:
- Jenny Kerr
- The Deadlies with Shauna & Kellie
- The Courtney Janes
- C & C Marine Services
- Jeremy Nickel Land Company
Thursday May 22, 2008
The full 1,700 feet of the new riverside promenade in Downtown Napa will be open for public use on Friday evenings and weekends, effective May 23, 2008. This limited availability will remain while crane work continues for the next two months or so at the Riverfront mixed-use project.
The schedule calls for the full length of the promenade to be open from 5pm to 11pm on Friday evenings and from 6am to 11pm on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays. The portions of the promenade along the Napa Mill, and from Veterans Memorial Park north will remain open seven days a week.