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Posted on: July 2, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Napa County Jurisdictions Establish COVID-19 Compliance Task Force Coalition


As a result of increases in COVID-19 positive test cases, the Cities, Towns and County of Napa are establishing a COVID-19 Compliance Task Force Coalition to ensure the public health and safety of our residents, employees, and visitors. This is necessary to keep Napa County in good standing with the State of California and prevent the potential closure of our critical businesses, restaurants, tasting rooms and hospitality industries. 

The increase of COVID-19 cases statewide, and more importantly locally, require Napa County jurisdictions to undertake more aggressive actions to minimize the spread of COVID-19 via the Napa County COVID-19 Compliance Task Force Collation. 

The Napa County COVID-19 Compliance Task Force Collation’s first mission is to achieve compliance through education but will take the steps necessary to ensure public health and economic vitality of our respective communities. 

Each Napa County jurisdiction has assigned staff to work with the County and monitor COVID-19 complaints as they are received. Complaints will be reviewed and addressed based on risk including but not limited to:

•    Failure to maintain physical separation 

•    Failure to wear face coverings

•    Failure to comply with Jurisdictional Compliance Orders (link to order here)

 If a business fails to comply with a County or local jurisdiction directive, they are subject to civil and administrative penalties, up to and including fines, temporary restraining orders and revocation of use permits.  

Thank you for your continued compliance with shelter at home orders and for keeping our community safe.


For more information, visit To report compliance issues, please email [email protected].


Reminder: Fireworks are illegal in Napa County. 

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