Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program

  1. Program Overview
  2. Background
  3. Traffic Calming Toolkit 
  4. Workshops
  5. Project Updates
  6. Contact

The City of Napa regularly receives complaints regarding vehicular speeding and other traffic safety concerns throughout its residential neighborhoods. To address these concerns, the City is undergoing an update of its Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program (NTCP). 

The NTCP work will result in a Traffic Calming Toolbox and Policies and Guidelines that will be adopted by City Council. The program will include strategies to promote traffic calming through various measures, and procedures for submitting, analyzing, and implementing proposed projects.

Community Workshop Meetings:

A major focus of the NTCP update effort is on community input. The City of Napa will be conducting a series of community workshops to gather community input and discuss the project.

For the purpose of the community meetings, the City has been divided up into five geographic areas. Click the button below to view the study area map and see which meeting date corresponds to your neighborhood area. 

Study Area Map (English)

Mapa del área de estudio (Spanish)

The first community workshops will be held virtually from 5:30pm to 7:00pm on November 16, 17, 29, 30 and December 1, 2022. City staff and the City's traffic engineering consultant will gather feedback from residents on local traffic concerns. Attendees will be presented with an overview of the NTCP process, project timeline, and examples of traffic calming devices.

The City will host two additional sets of community workshops in early 2023 (dates to be determined).  

Please visit the Workshops tab for more information and the link to attend the community workshop meetings.