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 Guidelines and Procedures document 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.

Draft NTCP Document:

The Draft Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program (NTCP) Guidelines and Procedures document is available to review! The Draft NTCP document can be viewed by clicking the link below:

Draft NTCP Document (LINK)

Have comments on the Draft NTCP Document? Comments can be provided via the online feedback form. Click the link below to complete the feedback form.

NTCP Feedback Form (LINK)

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.

Upcoming Meetings:

The final set of community workshops is scheduled for November 6, 8, and 9, 2023 from 5:30pm to 7:00pm. The November 6 and 9 meetings will be held virtually via Zoom and the November 8 meeting will be held in-person at the City Hall Council Chambers (955 School Street, Napa, CA 94559). These workshops will discuss the draft Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program document.

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