A new state bill clears the way for emergency financial assistance for local governments after PG&E PSPS events.
Calistoga has officially joined into an agreement with the Napa Countywide Climate Action Committee to cooperatively address climate change.
The City has been awarded $2 million in grants from the State, which will be used for three water-related projects, including the removal of the old Pioneer Park Bridge.
The City on Tuesday approved the allocation of funds for the new stoplight at Petrified Forest Road and Foothill Boulevard.
The Calistoga Planning Commission agreed on a new telecom ordinance to allow the City discretion over permitting and design of new wireless infrastructure.
New parklets in downtown Calistoga serve as additional outdoor dining space, have been designed for curb appeal, and are here to stay throughout 2021.
The City of Calistoga has declared a Stage II Water emergency and starting May 1, residents and businesses will be required to conserve water.
At a Wednesday, April 14 meeting, the Calistoga Planning Commission will consider adopting a comprehensive wireless telecommunications ordinance.
The new Pioneer Park Bridge is officially open and ready for pedestrian traffic.
In the coming weeks the City will be accepting applications to serve on the Green Committee to help the city work towards sustainable programs.
Contingent on allowable circumstances, the City has approved a new 2021 parade and event schedule.
Come the next wildfire season, Calistoga will be better prepared with state-of-the-art, highly detailed digital wildfire maps and response plans.
Calistoga is set to receive nearly $1 million in federal CVOID-19 relief as part of the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan.
Ace Hardware donated $5,262 to the Calistoga Firefighters Association, next, customers can 'round up' their receipts for Calistoga Cares food pantry.
Fair Way will be closed during daytime hours, from First Street to Lincoln Avenue beginning on or about March 17 through the end of the month for sewer work.
The Napa County Regional Park and Open Space District park, featuring mature redwoods and a stream, could open next year off of Dry Creek Road in Napa County.
Plans dating back to 2009 for a downtown pathway along the bank of the Napa River will finally be initiated next month.
The Brannan Community Center has appointed its first executive director, Bobbi Frioli, and named two new board members, Pam Ingalls and Anne Carver.
Although the city’s reserves are above previous estimates, the pandemic and recent wildfires have placed demands on general funds.
The City of Calistoga has committed to making substantial and long-overdue improvements to its water collection and treatment facilities.
Join PG&E for a town hall as they discuss their plans for reducing wildfire risks with residents of Napa and Lake Counties from 12 - 1:30 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 17.