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.)
UPDATED Friday September 19, 2014
Resources are available for the many needs that come with earthquake recovery. The best way to acccess the range of information and resources is to visit the Local Assistance Center at 301 First Street, Napa. Napa County and City of Napa are providing a one-stop local assistance center under one roof. The building (formerly JV Wine & Spirits and Vallerga's Market) includes representatives from the State and local governments, Red Cross, and other agencies and organizations who will provide post-disaster assistance to residents and businesses who suffered damage in the earthquake. Visit www.napaquakeinfo.com for more information or call 707-258-7829.
Tuesday September 2, 2014
As of today, Tuesday, September 2, 2014, the Emergency Volunteer Center (EVC) has moved to the Gasser Building at 433 Soscol Avenue, Suite A-1 00, Napa, CA to the office of the Volunteer Center of Napa County. If you want to volunteer, or if you need a help with earthquake clean-up, call 707-252-6222.
City of Napa CURRENT STATUS 1pm Fri Aug 29, 2014
It’s day 5 of recovery from the South Napa Earthquake the occurred at 3:20am Sunday, August 24.The City’s focus continues to be on providing for public safety, restoring services, and assessing and repairing damage.
Status as of 1pm:
Tuesday August 12, 2014
The third annual Napa Valley Latino Heritage Month will be observed September 15 – October 15, 2014 valley-wide with proclamations, public celebrations, art exhibits, children’s activities, storytelling, music, wine tasting, films, and more. These observances coincide with National Hispanic Heritage Month, a long-standing civic and cultural tradition. Featured events this year include the popular, Mexican Independence Celebrations in Calistoga and Napa on September 14th and in St. Helena on September 16th, the Napa County Hispanic Network Annual Scholarship Banquet on September 19th and events revolving around a Latino Heritage Month exhibition at Napa Valley Museum. A complete calendar of Napa Valley Latino Heritage Month events is available at www.napavalleynow.com and at www.napavalleyhoy.com in Spanish.