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Parks and Recreation Department now open in new location

UPDATED Monday April 7, 2014

The City of Napa Parks and Recreation Services Department has moved from its longtime home at 1100 West Street to a new location at 1850 Soscol Avenue, Suite 201. The relocation was made necessary by the upcoming construction of the Napa River Flood Project Oxbow Bypass, which is expected to begin in April. 

State of the City report available online

Tuesday February 18, 2014

The State of the City report is compiled at the beginning of each calendar year. It is made available in print and is presented in person to interested groups. The online version of the report is available here: The print version, as it appears in the February issue of Napa Valley Marketplace, can be downloaded here: To schedule a presentation for your group, email Barry Martin at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Home composting workshops coming up

Thursday February 13, 2014

Learn how to turn yardwaste and kitchen scraps into wonderfully rich compost to use as a soil amendment or mulch in your garden. Discover the basics of backyard composting, worm composting and grasscycling. Become familiar with tools, techniques, and types of composting bins. All this knowledge on home composting can be gained at upcoming, free  Home Composting Workshops that will be held from March through Septembers at locations in the City of Napa, American Canyon, Yountville, St. Helena and Calistoga. Interested persons see complete details and register now at, or register by fax to (707) 257-9522 with name, address, and phone number. Napa County residents attending the workshop will have the opportunity to purchase a backyard composting bin for $20, a significant discount from the retail prices of between $95 and $130, ), or choose to receive a $30 rebate toward the purchase of a worm composting, bin, mulching lawnmower, or mulching lawnmower retrofit.

Make water conservation a daily habit

Friday January 17, 2014

sow logo smallWith record low rainfall in 2013 and 2014 starting out dry, the Governor has declared a Drought State of Emergency, encouraging Californians to voluntarily reduce water usage by 20 percent.  The City of Napa urges all residents and business persons to visit the Water Conservation section of this website for ways to help make every drop count.  Information is provided on some generous rebate programs.  The City is also partnering with the Save Our Water campaign to offer tips for indoor and outdoor water-saving.   

"Recycle More" expands to include clothing, shoes and other items

Wednesday January 8, 2014

Did you know that 85% of discarded clothing and shoes end up in the landfill? The "Recycle More" program is expanding the address this problem, and is now accepting clothing and shoes other textiles including towels, linens and bedding, shoes, belts, handbags, backpacks, hardcover books, CDs/DVDs/tapes, and toys. These categories are in addition to electronics, appliances, large metal items and cooking oil that were already being collected in the "Recycle More" effort. The program provides free curbside pick-up, but it by appointment only and not part of regularly scheduled NRWS services. Go to for complete details. Pickup appointments can be scheduled online here or by phone. (Please do not put clothing or shoes in your blue recycling cart.)

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