Slow Down Napa has been calling on city officials to figure out ways to slow traffic in Napa's residential neighborhoods.
Napa City Government Reporter
Property owner Karen Wesson will pay less in property taxes as she restores and maintains a 19th century cottage on Calistoga Avenue.
The city of Napa planning commission has recommended the Napa City Council allow retail sales of cannabis to adults 21 or older in the city.
Three new fire engines, replacing old 2001 engines, are set to be ordered by the city of Napa fire department and will arrive in 2023.
The temporary street dining sites have livened up downtown, officials say, but there are many details to consider in making them permanent.
An upcoming phase of flood control for the Napa River — to install flood walls north and south of Lincoln Avenue — is in the works, and construction is anticipated to start in 2024.
City of Napa user fees, for services such as building permits and memorial benches, are set to increase over the next few years so the city can fully recover the cost of providing those services.
A bevy of changes to waste standards are headed to the Napa City Council, including a requirement that Napa residents separate organic materials, like food scraps, from recycling and trash.
The city of Napa, a bronze bicycle friendly community for about a decade, is looking to improve its bicycling infrastructure.