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How to recycle old Christmas lights

Friday November 21, 2014

Did you know LED lights are up to 90% more efficient than incandescent lights? Whenever old lights are replaced, make sure those old lights are recycled. All kinds of old Christmas lights can be recycled, but if placed in your blue bin they can tangle in machinery at the recycling center. During December and January, drop off lights for recycling at the NRWS Napa Payment Center at 592 Lincoln Avenue, weekdays from 8:30am to 12n or 1pm to 4pm. Lights can be dropped off year-round at the Devlin Road Reuse and Recycle Center, 889B Devlin Road, American Canyon, from 8:30am to 3:30pm daily. In the last five years, nearly 5,000 pounds of old Christmas lights have been collected in Napa for recycling instead of ending up in the landfill.

 
Recreation Guide now in digital form

Tuesday September 17, 2013

Fall-2013-coverThe City of Napa recreation Guide for fall 2013 is now available in a new digital format, for online browsing. Follow this link to see news from the Parks and Recreation Services Department and complete listings for recreational opportunities.  The guide includes offerings for everyone from pre-school age to youth, teen, adult and seniors, and provides information on the street tree program, locations where your dog is welcome, and a map of all the parks in the City. Once you've made class or activity selections, online registration can be completed here https://activenet022.active.com/naparec/

 
Add cell numbers to WARN for rapid notification

Tuesday January 8, 2013

WARN stands for Wide Area Rapid Notification. It’s a system used by public agencies throughout Napa County to alert residents when problems occur. It is used only for emergencies and urgent communications. Using WARN, agencies can send messages by telephone or text message. However, WARN can only call land-line phones unless residents add their cell phone numbers to the system.

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New Recycling Video and Disposal Reduction Policy

Tuesday July 31, 2012

Curbside recycling rates have improved by 25 percent since the roll-out of single-stream recycling. View this short video to learn about the City of Napa's successful composting and recycling program and discover how materials make it from your curb to the local facility and are eventually made into new, useful products. Since the year 2000, the City of Napa has consistently met or exceeded the state mandate to divert at least 50 percent of solid waste from the landfill. Building off this success, on July 24, 2012, the Napa City Council adopted a Disposal Reduction Policy, which established a goal that at least 75 percent of the solid waste generated by the city of Napa will be source-reduced, recycled, or composted by the year 2020. View the Disposal Reduction Policy here.

 
Service Center: Get answers, submit questions and service requests

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What is the City of Napa Service Center?

The Service Center is a new online communication tool. Accessed from www.cityofnapa.org, the Service Center allows any person to:

  • Explore our Knowledge Base of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
  • Submit a specific question to City staff assigned to topic areas
  • Enter a service request for specific activities performed by City staff
  • Track the questions and service requests you have submitted
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