In California, local governments include counties, cities and special districts. Those local governments also appoint committees and commissions to help them achieve their missions.
Napa County is governed by the five-person elected Board of Supervisors.
The County Executive Officer is the chief administrator.
Eighteen departments are charged with carrying out various aspects of the County's business. Five of those department heads are elected: Sheriff, District Attorney, Auditor-Controller, Treasurer-Tax Collector and Assessor-Clerk-Recorder. For a list of all departments, click here.
Napa County Recycling and Waste information