What’s next and how can you get involved?

On May 30, 2019, the community was invited to the first in a new series of workshops to gather additional feedback and input on the Public Safety and City Hall Facilities Project. In this first workshop, the community was asked to share how they currently access and utilize City services, as well as how they would like to see services offered in the future. This information helped us establish a baseline for customer service and work flow. In the following months, the community will be invited to participate in online surveys, pop-up events at Farmers Markets, and additional workshops to share feedback and input. Project updates will be shared on the City’s website and social media, as well as through the newspaper and local radio. Residents are also encouraged to attend upcoming City Council meetings, where the project team will provide the following:

On July 23, 2019, City staff presented City Council with an informational summary report, with incorporated feedback and input gathered from the community, on updated evaluations of space needs, information gathered on potential sites, and criteria for development of project alternatives.You can view the meeting details and video here.

On November 17,2019, City Council was presented with a report that will include alternatives for the project, as well as an analysis of pros, cons, schedules, costs and other key items for consideration. Another community workshop will be held to gather feedback from residents, business owners and key stakeholders on the project alternatives set forth by staff.

On January 21, 2020, City Council will review potential project alternatives, receive staff recommendations and hear public comment on these alternatives, and then provide direction based on this feedback.

Project Alternatives on Display at City Hall

From mid-December to January 9th there will be a display of Project Alternatives in the lobby of City Hall, open from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday.

Project Presentations for the Community

There will be four public presentations about the project.

Wednesday, December 11 at 4:00 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.

Thursday, January 9, at 4:00 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.

Choose a meeting date and time that works best for you! There will be a brief presentation at the start of each meeting. All meetings will be in City Council Chambers, 955 School Street.

Get Involved and Learn More

For more information, including project updates and history, please stay tuned to our project website - www.cityofnapa.org/PublicSafetyandCityHall. You can also take our community survey online and share your feedback on the project.

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1. Why are we evaluating our public safety and City Hall facilities?
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3. What’s next and how can you get involved?