Napa Fire Chief Mike Randolph announces retirement

After over 27 years of dedicated service to the citizens of Napa, Fire Chief Mike Randolph has announced that he will retire on December 30, 2016. Chief Randolph will be very missed by the City of Napa but all wish him the very best in his new adventures! 

Heroes of the Valley Softball Tournament - this Saturday, September 24

Come out and enjoy a family friendly event on Saturday, September 24, from 8am-9pm, as members of Napa Police Department, Napa Sheriffs Office, Napa Fire Department, Napa CHP, CHP Air Ops, AMR Medical, Napa County Detention Center, Napa State Hospital Police, and Napa Probation will compete in a charity softball tournament at Kennedy Park. The silent auction items include 3 day Bottle Rock passes, hotel stays, wine packages, and much more! Last year we raised over $5,000 that all went to help out kids in our community with needed school supplies, and fund other programs like "Shop with a Cop".

Saturday, September 24, from 8AM-9PM

Kennedy Park Softball Fields

Come out to the park and enjoy the day with us!

Napa Fire Department to host Open House October 15

Image result for napa fire departmentJoin the Napa Fire Department as they host an Open House on October 15, 2016, at Fire Station #1 (930 Seminary Street, Napa). Come learn about fire safety, meet your firefighters, tour the fire station and see what the day in the life of a firefighter is like! You will also be able to tour the Dispatch Center and see what it's like to be a 911 operator! 

Even more fun activities are planned as well, from a Jaws of Life demonstration to pictures with Sparky and firefighters to a bounce house and refreshments. Click here to view the full flyer.

Napa Parks & Recreation to host Health and Wellness Fair at Senior Center

On Wednesday, October 5, Napa Parks & Recreation will be hosting a Health and Wellness Fair at the Senior Activity Center located 1500 Jefferson Street, Napa, from 9am - 12pm. 

Free flu shots, health screenings will be offered, along with fun giveaways and healthy snacks. Local businesses will also be there, along with non-profit resource organizations and City and County departments.

For more information to be a vendor, please contact Linda Button at 707-257-9660 or email

Drug Take-Back Day coming to Napa on Saturday, October 22

Turn in your unused or expired medication for FREE - no questions asked!

The public will have another opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous, expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs. See "more" for list of locations.

How would you speed up your Napa Valley commute?

The Napa Valley Transportation Authority (NVTA) is asking Napa County commuters to share their commuting experiences to help improve regional Express Bus Service. 

Visit to answer a short survey about ways to upgrade Vine Transit express service. Participants will be entered into a drawing for a chance to win $25 Visa gift cards.

Down Payment Assistance Workshop coming up in October and November!

Image result for city of napa housing authorityNeed help with a down payment? The City of Napa has Down Payment Assistance Programs available to first time home buyers to purchase single family homes, condos or mobile homes.

City Council Agendas and Minutes - all in one place!

Interested in seeing what's on the agenda for the next City Council meeting? Curious about what was discussed at the last Senior Advisory meeting? You can view agendas and minutes for all City Council meetings, as well as for Boards, Commissions and Committees - all in one place! Don't feel like reading? You can view video or listen to audio of all prior City Council meetings. Have a look and get informed! Visit and select "Agenda and Minutes" under the Quick Links or click here.

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City of Napa creates new data tool to boost economic development

availpropsThe City of Napa has launched “,” a site selection tool that provides property listings, business and community data, and in-depth demographics to businesses and commercial real estate brokers searching for available properties.

See a problem? Use the City of Napa Service Center

 See a water leak? Weeds need trimming? The Service Center is an online communication tool that enables any person to:

  • Explore our Knowledge Base of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
  • Submit a specific question to City staff assigned to topic areas
  • Enter a service request for specific activities performed by City staff
  • Track the questions and service requests you have submitted

Visit the Service Center by using the link at the top of the page at 

Know what's happening - get urgent alerts

The City of Napa and a number of other public agencies offer an urgent notification service called Nixle. This information service allows agencies to send information about real-time public safety emergencies, crime watch, weather impacts, and safety tips to your cell phone or e-mail. This is a free service. Register with Nixle at and stay up-to-date when it matters most.

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