GPAC Quick Hits

Welcome to the GPAC Quick Hits Newsletter!

This newsletter is intended to provide the General Plan Advisory Committee (GPAC) periodic updates on the General Plan Update process, upcoming meetings, and activities. It is also a way for GPAC Members and Planning Staff to share articles and ideas on topics of interest and trends related to community planning.

* Shared articles are for informational purposes only and do not constitute City of Napa or GPAC endorsement of any particular topic.

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GPAC Meeting

September 23, 2019 

The next GPAC meeting will be held on Monday, September 23, 2019 at 5:30PM in the City Council Chambers. Agenda packets will be emailed on September 18.

Discussion will continue on the Guiding Principles and Land Use & Transportation Alternatives. Reminder: GPAC Members have until Sunday, September 15 to complete                                                        the online mapping survey emailed to you!

Health In All Policies Flyer

Health & The General Plan

Join the City of Napa and Regional partners for a discussion on the role of public policy in shaping community health outcomes! Speakers to be announced soon!

Monday, October 7
Napa Senior Center
1500 Jefferson Street
Doors Open at 5PM


NVTA Transportation Summit

NVTA wants your input on the future of transportation in Napa. You'll have the opportunity to meet the NVTA Board members, learn about transportation projects in Napa County that affect you, discover our public transit innovations, and tour an all-electric zero-emissions bus. Complimentary Beverages & Light Bites will be provided. 

Find more information at the website.

The event is FREE but registration is encouraged!
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Wednesday, September 18
4:00 - 6:00PM
CIA Copia
500 First Street

General Plan Update - Behind the Scenes

American Planning Association - California Chapter Conference
Planning Staff will be attending the California APA Conference in Santa Barbara September 15-18. Notable General Plan conference sessions include:

  • Transforming Land Banks into Housing Solutions - Creatively reevaluating underutilized land assets for housing
  • Planning Innovations to Address Climate Change 
  • Community Building Through the General Plan 
  • Inclusive Engagement in Diverse Communities
Look for a recap from Staff in an upcoming Newsletter!

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