Extended work hours Saturday through Monday nights at First St. Bridge

Friday November 7, 2008

Sheet pile work, which will create considerable noise, will take place at the First Street Bridge project Friday November 7 through Tuesday November 11. From Saturday, November 8 through Monday November 10, the contractor will work extended hours, with construction activity taking place from 7am to 12midnight on each of these three dates. Sheet pile work will be allowed from 9am to 7pm on each of these days. The extended work hours are needed in order to meet the critical deadline of completing work on the new bridge piers by November 21.

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Mayor and Council converse with Vintage students

Tuesday November 4, 2008

Mayor Jill Techel and Napa City Councilmembers Juliana Inman, James Krider, Peter Mott and Mark van Gorder met and talked with a group of over 200 Vintage High School students on October 23, 2008, with the conversation ranging from what it takes to run for office to future visions for Napa's growth, recreational opportunities and more. 

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Napa County Public Health and City of Napa team up for mass vaccination drill

Tuesday November 4, 2008

Napa County Public Health and the City of Napa need adults age 18 years and older to participate as patients during a mass vaccination exercise from 11:30am to 2:00pm on Friday, November 7 at the Napa Valley College Gymnasium.  The purpose of the drill is to test the readiness of local government and volunteers to administer flu vaccine to a large number of people over a short time period.  Not only will participants help the County and City prepare for an emergency, such as a pandemic influenza or anthrax attack, they will receive this season’s flu shot FREE.

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Community invited to shape future of parks and recreation in Napa

Wednesday October 29, 2008

Community members in Napa are invited to offer their input about the city’s parks, recreation services and open space facilities through a brief (10-minute) online survey that will help Napa’s Community Resources Department determine the direction of parks and recreation planning for the next 15 years.

The survey is available through the end of the year on the project website at www.napaparksmasterplan.org

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Two affordable homes for sale

Wednesday October 29, 2008

The City of Napa is offering qualified first time homebuyers affordable housing opportunities. Two homes are now for sale: one at 241 Homewood Avenue - a 2-bedroom, one bath, fully remodeled single-family home, with a sales price of $285,000. The second home is at 155 Wingard Circle - a 4-bedroom, 2-½ bath single-family home, with a sales price of $260,000.

Learn more about these housing opportunities.