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Grading & Floodplain Management, Stormwater Pollution Prevention, Record
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Consumer Protection, Land Use Development, Pollution Prevention
Development Permit Review, Land Use & Zoning, Ordinance
Updates, General Plan Implementation, Zoning Code Enforcement
Regional Parks & Open Space Management, Camping Permits
Advises the Napa County Board of Supervisors
on policy and funding regarding wildlife and their
Funding available for drought-affected private potable water wells.
Enjoy the convenience of having your questions answered about planning, building, environmental health, engineering and conservation (vineyard) issues every day, (M-F 7:30-5:00PM).
Assembly bill 1252 added section 113961 to the California Retail Food Code (CalCode), which
prohibits bare hand contact with ready-to-eat food, effective on January 1, 2014. No Bare
Hand Contact is the practice of preventing direct contact with bare hands while handling
ready-to-eat foods. Avoiding bare hand contact with foods that do not require further cooking
provides an added protection against contamination with microbial or viral pathogens from the
hands of food service employees.
We are working to update the Housing Element of the County's General Plan and now have draft final documents. Public input and official review will continue to happen during spring and early summer.
Effective Jan. 1, 2013, State law will allow private homes to be used to prepare and package food products for sale to consumers under certain conditions. To find out more, follow the link below!
We have a new way to quickly find your Permit information and your property information. Use these new widgets to quickly access Permit Hisoty and Parcel Data.
Planning, Building & Environmental Services will now accept credit cards at our service desk for your convenience, including Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. A convenience fee of 2.29% is required by our payment processing vendor, and will show as a separate charge on your credit card statement, in addition to the fees you are paying to Napa County.
Find documents and information about major projects, development applications, and other Department work programs.