Last chance: Tell us what you think about Napa County's health needs by the end of today!
What do you think Napa County needs in order for residents to be healthier? Napa County Health & Human Services Agency, Kaiser Permanente, Napa Valley Coalition of Nonprofit Agencies, Queen of the Valley Medical Center and St. Helena Hospital want to know. You can take the survey in English or you can take the survey in Spanish, but take it today! Make sure your opinion is counted!
Be prepared for the rain!
If you are prepared for a flood, you are prepared for other emergencies, as well, such as earthquake or pandemic flu. Take a few minutes to look over our emergency preparedness suggestions and take some positive steps today!
Free digital docs and photos on Monday, Dec. 3
Digital photos and documents last longer and are easier to store and share. On Monday evening, Dec. 3, the staff at the Napa Main Library will help you digitize your photos and documents for free. Check out our website for all the guidance and information.
Do you serve alcohol at special events?
Many groups and organizations include wine and beverage service as part of the fun at special events. But the fun can end quickly if volunteers and servers don't know how to responsibly serve guests. Register TODAY for our Responsible Beverage Service for Special Events training on Monday, Dec. 3, at our Health & Human Services Agency campus.
Property taxes delinquent after Dec. 10
The Treasurer-Tax Collector reminds us that the secured tax bills were mailed in October and November. The first installment of 2012-2013 taxes were due and payable on Nov. 1, 2012, and will become delinquent if not paid by 5 p.m., or the close of business, whichever is later, on Dec.10, 2012; thereafter a 10% penalty will be added. Get all the information you need about how to pay your taxes on our website.
Are you following the proposed Climate Action Plan?
The Board of Supervisors will consider the proposed Climate Action Plan on Tuesday, Dec. 11. You can watch staff's Nov 7 presentation to the Planning Commission on our website and find out all about the Plan on our project page.
On Tuesday's Board agenda (Dec 4)
On the agenda: Introduction of new County employees; retirement proclamation for DJ Johnson, assistant director of Corrections; proclamation declaring December 2012 as "National Drunk and Drugged Driving 3-D Prevention Month" in Napa County; adoption of a resolution establishing certain Agricultural Preserves and approval of Williamson Act contracts; actions related to the formation of Community Facilities District 2012-1 required to finance the MST Recycled Water Pipeline Project; Napa County Tobacco Advisory Board status report for July 1, 2010 through June 30, 2013; plus consent items.Read the entire agenda or view the meeting here.