Council Priorities

  1. Climate Change
  2. Workforce Stability
  3. Housing & Homelessness
  4. General Plan & Housing Element
  5. Economic Recovery & Development

Climate Change

The adopted General Plan includes a Sustainability Element that outlines goals and policies to address climate change.

The City of Napa's SB 1383 implementation and reporting plan was approved by the State. It includes the acquisition of a new commercial compost collection truck for Napa Recycling and Waste Services (NRWS) and outreach to the largest generators of compostable organics, such as restaurants and grocery stores.

The City submitted an offer to purchase property to add a Biomass (Wood Waste) Gasification plant as part of a potential upgrade to the Materials Diversion Facility.

The Recycling and Solid Waste Division submitted a competitive $10M grant application to CalRecycle for an improved organics de-packaging system and Anaerobic Digestion (AD) to renewable biofuel system.

The Utilities Water Division is under contract to complete a joint Feasibility Study with Napa Sanitation District for advanced treatment of recycled water to drinking water standards.

The City hired a Management Analyst-Climate Change in the City Manager's Office, who will assist with implementing Climate Change efforts Citywide.

The City submitted multiple grant applications for fleet electric vehicle charging and public electric vehicle planning and implementation projects.

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