Friday February 20, 2015
Thursday, February 12, 2015
The City of Napa Parks & Recreation Department is currently accepting applications for several part-time employment opportunities in preparation for the upcoming busy spring and summer seasons.
The Recreation Division is seeking motivated individuals to fill Lifeguard, Recreation Leader and Program Manager positions for the Youth Sports and Summer Camps Program, as well as Adult Sports Officials and Scorekeepers. The Maintenance Division is accepting applications for Park Maintenance Assistant. To learn more and to apply, visit the City of Napa Job Opportunities Homepage.
The City of Napa is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Friday January 30, 2015
The City Clerk is accepting applications from City of Napa Residents for a total of three openings; one to serve on the Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission, one to serve on the Building and Fire Code Board of Appeals, and one to serve on the Napa County Transportation and Planning Agency’s (NCTPA) Active Transportation Advisory Committee (ATAC). The deadline for applications is 5:00 p.m. Friday, February 27, 2015 with submission for the Building and Fire Code Board of Appeals accepted until the seat is filled.
Wednesday January 28, 2015
Is it possible to live completely waste free? That was the question posed by filmmakers Jen and Grant. They set up a competition to see who could produce the least garbage over the course of a year, and that's the basis for "The Clean Bin Project" - an engaging, award-winning film examining the environmental impacts of waste. A showing of this film will be presented by The Environmental Education Coalition of Napa County on Wednesday, February 25 at 7:00 p.m.at the Napa Valley College Little Theatre. Tickets are $5 with kids 12 and under free. Get tickets at http://EarthDayNapa.com/Clean Bin Project.html. Proceeds benefit the Environmental Education Coalition of Napa County’s (EECNC) Scholarship Fund. To learn more about the EECNC visit www.NapaEnvironmentalEd.org. For more information, contact Stephanie Turnipseed at (707)258-7864.
Tuesday January 27, 2015
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 September at locations in the City of Napa, American Canyon, Yountville, St. Helena and Calistoga. Interested persons see complete details and register now at www.cityofnapa.org/compost. 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 lawnmower retrofit.