WE ARE NAPA COUNTY
NEWS FROM NAPA COUNTY
July 12, 2013
Issue: Vol 3 Issue 14
HHSA is helping to feed children this summer
Our Health & Human Services Agency is working with Boys & Girls Clubs of Napa Valley to provide meals to about 230 children each week day this summer, as part of the federal Summer Food Program. To find out more, you can
read our media release
visit the USDA site
for info on all sites in the area.
Help move the CAP forward on July 23
On Tuesday, July 23, the Dept of Planning, Building and Environmental Services will host a roundtable discussion on the Climate Action Plan at the Napa Main Library, 580 Coombs St., from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., to get your input and ideas about the latest approach to reducing greenhouse gas emissions in Napa County. Arrive at 5:30 p.m. to hear a brief presentation from staff.
Visit the CAP page on our website
Public Works is busy!
Our Public Works team is working on several projects at our facilities, including the Jail/Hall of Justice, Animal Shelter, Carithers Building and Administration Building, plus a new segment of the Devlin Road extension project and the next stretch of the Rutherford Dust Restoration project along the Napa River. You can see all of the
Current Projects on our website
Get emergency info in your e-mail or on your hand-held
Wondering why that road is closed, or what that smoke plume is that you see in the distance? You can get emergency and alert information sent directly to your e-mail or hand-held device by registering with
Nixle, a free service
. Many agencies post alerts to Nixle, including Napa County Fire, Napa Sheriff, Napa City Fire and Police, Napa County Public Works and more.
We'll call you in an emergency in your neighborhood
If a fire or dangerous situation happens in your neighborhood, the Wide Area Rapid Notification System (WARN) will call the hard-wired phone number (landline) associated with your address. You don't have to do anything in order to receive that call. However, if you don't have a landline, or you'd rather get that phone call on your cell phone, you should register your cell number with WARN today. You can do that on the
on our website.
New bus option for Jameson Canyon commuters
The VINE has launched
Route 21 between Napa and Solano County
over Jameson Canyon Road. It stops at the Suisun City Train Depot, the Fairfield Transportation Center, Gateway Junction at Hwys 29/12, Napa Valley College and the Soscol Gateway Transit Center in Napa.
The next Board of Supervisors meeting is Aug. 6
The next regular meeting of the Napa County Board of Supervisors is Aug. 6, 2013. You can check agendas, research minutes or watch recorded meetings
at any time on our website
. You can also watch many meetings streaming live from the Board room.
July 12 - Art in the Library with Janice Peterson
July 15 - Library Computer Boot Camp
July 15 - Kids' Movie: James and the Giant Peach
July 17 - Library Storycraft: What's for Lunch?
July 17 - Story and cooking demo at the Library
July 18 - Cowboy Jon Garate in Calistoga
July 18 - Kids' Movie: Ratatouille
July 18 - Rivers of Words with Foods - Poetry at the Library
July 22 - Kids' Movie: Bee Movie
July 24 - Story and cooking demo at the Library
July 24 - Bremen Town Musicians Show in Napa
July 24 - Bremen Town Musicians Show in Yountville
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