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Local Assistance Center open at 301 First Street

UPDATED Thursday September 11, 2014

The Napa Local Assistance Center (NapaLAC) opened Monday, September 8, at 301 First Street in Napa.  More than 500 persons came to the LAC in the first three days of operation. The NapaLAC is a joint project of the City of Napa and Napa County to provide services to individuals, families, renters, homeowners, and businesses to help recover from the South Napa Earthquake of August 24. The LAC hours are 8:00 a.m. to 7:00p.m. Monday through Friday and 10:00 a.m. to 4:00p.m. Saturday. For details on services go to www.napaquakeinfo.com or call (707) 258-7829.

 
Senior Center Feasibility Study to include workshops

Friday September 5, 2014

The City of Napa is working with PROS Consulting to complete a city-wide feasibility study that will identify senior programs, services and facilities currently available in the community and the needs of future seniors. Two public workshops will be held to to determine what services the senior community desires and what services are already being provided.

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Outreach for Five-Way Intersection Project

UPDATED Thursday September 11, 2014

The City of Napa and Caltrans are partnering on a project study report to identify improvements to the intersection of Silverado Trail (SR 121)/Third Street/Coombsville Road/East Avenue, also known as the “Five-Way Intersection.” The study will evaluate existing conditions, forecast future traffic, and develop alternatives for a future improvement project. Construction is currently anticipated in 2017-2018. Publc meetings to get resident input are coming up. Follow this link for more information on the project or contact Kelli Schimmoeller at 707-257-9266 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 
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.)

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Resources for earthquake recovery

UPDATED Monday September 15, 2014

Resources are available for the many needs that come with earthquake recovery. Here is a list of organizations and programs that may be helpful:

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