Breaks in major line repaired, water pressure returning to normal
Work to repair a broken water began this morning about 8:30am on Lincoln Avenue near California Boulevard. Underground work in the westbound lanes is impacting traffic. Use alternate routes throughout the day to avoid delays. Repairs have been completed on water line breaks near Sheehy Court-Devlin Road and Browns Valley Road-Laurel Street and customers in areas affected by these breaks over the last week should see water pressure returning to normal.
Council to hear report on alternatives for Linda Vista Bridge
The City Council will hear a report on the Linda Vista Bridge Over Napa Creek Project at their December 2, 2014 meeting, in the evening session beginning at 6:30 p.m. As directed by the City Council at last year’s budget hearings, the Public Works Department has completed property surveys and an alignment study to determine the feasibility of constructing a street connection between Robinson Lane and the Lone Oak Avenue/Linda Vista Avenue intersection. (Read more)
One-stop location for all earthquake recovery needs
The centralized location for all earthquake recovery information and resources is the Napa Local Assistance Center (NapaLAC), located at 301 First Street. Information on hours, services available, and much more will be found at www.napaquakeinfo.com. Through this website, you can access information and online applications for FEMA and the SBA, the Napa Valley Community Disaster Relief Fund, and information on permits, social services and much more. The NapaLAC Call Center number is 707-258-7829.
New Flood Map for Napa Creek now in effect
Remapping of Napa Creek areas is a result of the recently completed Napa Creek Flood Protection Project. The project achieved environmental restoration of Napa Creek through residential areas and much of downtown while also greatly increasing flood protection. (Read more)
New City mobile app gives access to Service Center
The City of Napa has released a new mobile application designed to provide enhanced access to the online Service Center. Using a smart phone, users can easily submit service requests in 27 categories, adding a photo if desired. These service requests cover a wide range of common issues, from tree issues to problems with graffiti, traffic signals, weeds and more. The app is available for the iPhone from the Apple App Store and for the Android from Google Play. A Windows version of the app is in development.
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