Skip navigation.

Return to navigation

Switch to two-way traffic completed

UPDATED Wednesday October 22, 2014

The switch from one-way to two-way traffic on First and Second streets is the final step in the Downtown Streets Conversion Project that began in mid-February. The traffic pattern change was originally planned for August 27, but was delayed due to the August 24 earthquake. With earthquake recovery proceeding, the traffic switch was rescheduled and took place around 7:00 a.m. Wednesday October 22. The portions of First and Second that have changed are from Main Street on the east to Jefferson Street on the west.

What we can learn from the South Napa Quake

Wednesday October 15, 2014

In a few days it will be 25 years since the Loma Prieta quake, and a week later it will be two months since the South Napa quake. While Loma Prieta is a faded memory for most of us, the impacts of the 2014 quake near Napa are fresh in our minds.

What can we learn from our close encounter with this temblor?

Information on Solano Square at Justin Siena project

UPDATED Monday September 29, 2014

Information on the Solano Square at Justin Siena project can be viewed by following this link. The documents available include the Project Plans and the Notice of Preparation of an Environmental Impact Report and Notice of Public Scoping Meeting. The Scoping Meeting will be held Wednesday, October 1, 2014 at 6:00pm in the Napa City Council Chambers, 955 School Street. At this meeting, public agencies, organizations, and members of the public will be able to review the proposed projects and provide comments on the scope of the environmental review process.

Emergency Repair and Rehab Loan programs available for quake recovery

UPDATED Thursday October 30, 2014

On Tuesday, September 16, the City Council approved a method for providing low-interest loans to homeowners whose properties were damaged in the August 24 South Napa Earthquake. The City received state approval to expand CalHome funding to quake-related repairs. About $450,000 was available at the time to be used for an Emergency Repair Program and a Rehab Loan Program. 

Water tank damage affecting pressure

Wednesday September 3, 2014

The City of Napa uses several large tanks as part of the water delivery system. One of those is “B Tank” on Montana Drive in Browns Valley. This 1 million-gallon tank suffered extensive damage in the South Napa Quake. With this tank completely off line, water pressure will fluctuate for about 1,800 customers in the Browns Valley and Congress Valley areas. The affected area is generally west of Westview Drive, south of Redwood Road (including Lynn Drive) and north of Old Sonoma Road. (The yellow shaded areas on this map.)

<< Start < Prev 1 2 3 4 5 Next > End >>

Page 2 of 5