On January 10, 1967, the Napa County Board of Supervisors (BOS), after receiving approval from Silverado residents through a certified election, established the Silverado Community Services District (SCSD).
The County’s Public Works Department administers the SCSD, providing residents with urban-type services such as street lighting, landscape maintenance, and street sweeping. The SCSD is funded by a special tax levied on parcels within the SCSD.
The BOS governs the SCSD, sitting as its Board of Directors (BOD), and meets quarterly. On October 7, 1975, the BOD established the SCSD Advisory Committee for SCSD residents to provide input and recommendations to the BOD concerning the SCSD annual budget, extent and quality of services provided, special tax assessment increases, and other issues. The Advisory Committee consists of 17 members and up to 17 alternates, meeting quarterly throughout the year.
This map (PDF) shows the SCSD boundaries, roads, and locations of its 29 landscaping islands.
Time: 4 p.m.
4th Friday of January, April, July, and October
Location: Silverado Resort, 1600 Atlas Peak Road, Napa, CA