In order to ensure stability of your water system, a structural change to rates is required. Your water system is a $480,000,000 network of treatment plants, tanks, pump stations, fire hydrants, meters, and other facilities that provide you access to safe, reliable, and life sustaining water every second of every day. Your bi-monthly bill pays for this 24-hour service.
What does your water really cost? Learn more about where it comes from, how it's treated and monitored, and how it gets to you.
Want to read more about the proposed water rate changes? Click here for our Water Rates News page.
Want to make a difference in your community? Do you have expertise you could share? The City Clerk is accepting applications from Napa residents for a total of fifteen openings. For descriptions of the duties of the various commissions, committees and boards, and to apply online, click HERE.
Recruitment is open now, through 5:00 p.m. Friday August 25, 2017, for the following openings: two to serve on the Bicycle and Trails Advisory Commission, two to serve on the Building and Fire Code Board of Appeals, three to serve on the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Citizens’ Committee, two to serve on the Disability Access Board of Appeals, three to serve on the Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission, two to serve on the Senior Advisory Commission and one to serve on the Napa Valley Transportation Authority’s (NVTA) Active Transportation Advisory Committee (ATAC).
Our 2016 Drinking Water Quality Report is now available. View the report online to learn about your drinking water and the the stringent State and Federal health standards it must meet. Paper copies of the report will be mailed only upon request by calling 707-257-9521. Copies are also available to pick up at the Water Division, 1340 Clay Street, and at Public Works, 1600 First Street.