Tuesday October 28, 2008
City of Napa Water Division General Manager Phil Brun received two honors at the conference of the American Water Works Association (AWWA) held in Reno, Nevada October 20-23.
Brun received the George A. Elliott Memorial Award, the highest award presented by the California-Nevada section of the AWWA. The award is given “for creativity and exceptional effort to improve member and public relations and outstanding innovation in the Public Works field.”
Updated Tuesday November 4, 2008
The City of Napa City Clerk Department will host an Election Night Open House in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 955 School Street. The Open House will begin tonight at 7:00pm and conclude at 10:00pm.
The public is invited to attend and participate in this historic election night as national and county election results are broadcast live in Chambers. Napa Valley TV will interview city, town and county candidates as the election results unfold. Residents will have an opportunity to meet the candidates and discuss campaign issues. Coffee and cookies will be served.
Monday October 27, 2008
Since 1991, the City of Napa has planted trees in the fall to celebrate the national Arbor Day event. This year the City celebrated with tree plantings over the weekend of October 17-19. This year three separate tree planting events were held throughout the City. (Shown at left are Alta Heights residents taking part in tree planting at Esther Deaver Park.)
Monday October 20, 2008
During the evening of Saturday 10/25/08 the City of Napa Police Department will conduct DUI Saturation Patrols in the city limits of Napa. The saturation patrols will be in an area where the City of Napa has experienced a high number of collisions due to drivers under the influence and in areas where a high number of DUI arrests have been made.
UPDATED Thursday February 5, 2008
The City of Napa’s distribution of sandbags for winter weather preparedness will continue Saturday, February 5, 2009, at the City’s Corporation Yard at 770 Jackson Street, one block west of Soscol. Sand and sandbags are provided at no charge to those who wish to keep them on hand this winter in case of flooding.This is a self-service program with sand and sandbags provided by the City. Residents should bring a shovel and gloves and be prepared to fill their own bags. The event will run from 9am to 1pm.