As of June 15, the State of California has fully reopened the economy and moved beyond its Blueprint for a Safer Economy, allowing all business sectors that previously had capacity limits to return to usual operations. You can learn more about the Beyond the Blueprint here. While this is encouraging news that demonstrates COVID-19 vaccines are effective, the City of Napa will be proceeding cautiously with our reopening efforts and will look towards reopening City facilities on July 6th.
The City understands that Napans are eager to enjoy all of our business sectors without capacity restrictions or mask requirements so the City is working to establish our own reopening plan and implement it in the safest possible way, while following the rules set forth by California’s Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA).
Starting July 6th, City buildings will be open Monday through Thursday, from 8 AM – 5 PM, and will be physically closed to the public on Fridays. However, citizens will still be able to access staff and services either by phone or by appointment, depending on services requested.
There are still a number of services that remain available online:
File a Police Report
Access Current and Historical Building Permit and Planning/Development Project Records
Schedule an Inspection
Pay Your Water Bill
Report an Issue
Apply for a Board, Commission or Committee
The risk of COVID-19 remains in the City of Napa and continues to circulate at moderate levels in our community. With summer tourism, travel plans, and other activities upon us, we want to do all we can to ensure that our infection rates continue to fall, or vaccination rates continue to rise, and that the City remains safe and healthy.
Meanwhile, the best way residents can speed along the reopening process is to get vaccinated as soon as possible. Please visit the County of Napa’s vaccination webpage to find an available vaccination site near you.