Help fill the shelves for Napa County teachers!

Please help fill the shelves for Napa County teachers. Find out where you can drop off much-needed school supplies!

Napa County Coastal Cleanup Day - Saturday, September 17

Volunteers are needed to clean up Napa County's streets and creeks - join in on Saturday, September 17, from 9am - 12pm! This event is part of the 31st Annual Coastal Cleanup Day, a statewide and international effort to clean trash and debris from beaches, bays, creeks, rivers, and lakes. In Napa County last year, 400 volunteers collected 6,080 pounds of trash and 1,212 pounds of recyclables from over 34 miles of waterways. Help us make Napa County one of the cleanest, greenest counties in the state!

Reduce plastic bag waste - bring your own bucket, box, or bin for litter collection.

All ages are welcome to participate. Click "more" to see the list of locations and coordinators. For more information, please visit

Recycling Round-Up

Learn more about composting and water conservation.

The new Parks and Recreation Fall Recreation Guide is here!

See what's new for fall in the City of Napa Parks & Recreation 2016 Recreation Guide!

New this fall, check out our BMX Beginner Racing League! In collaboration with Napa Parks & Recreation, North Bay BMX, and Olympic medalist Donny Robinson, a new and exciting BMX Racing League is coming to Napa where “No One Sits On The Bench!” 





2016 Fall Pre-School Open House at Las Flores Community Center Wednesday, September 7th

The 2016 Fall Pre-School Open House Event is designed to “Welcome” all of the Napa Pre-Schoolers in to a world of active, engaging, educational recreation programs and services provided by the City of Napa Parks and Recreation Department and their many partners: Mad Science Pre-School Series, Mini-Sports, Kidz Love Soccer, BMX, Dive Into Color Art, Theater, Yoga, Self-Defense, Camp Ursa Major and Skyhawks Camps and much, much more.


What: 2016 Fall Pre-School Open House

Where: Las Flores Community Center, 4300 Linda Vista Avenue

Date: Wednesday, September 7th

Time: 6pm to 7:30pm

Cost: FREE

The 10-Mile-a-Year Paving Program: An Update

In 2009, the City of Napa Public Works Department launched a new program with the goal of paving 10 miles of residential streets each year using City crews. Read about the progress that has been made 7 years into the program!

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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