NAPA, CA (JANUARY 12, 2023) – The community is invited to participate in a virtual Town Hall meeting on Wednesday, January 25, at 6 p.m. to discuss current and future fire services provided by Napa County.
Napa County Fire Department is conducting a study, known as a Fire Master Plan, to take a comprehensive look at all aspects of the needs of the community and how adequately the Department meets these needs. The study is being conducted by Wyoming-based AP Triton, an industry-leading consultant specializing in fire department master planning.
The purpose of a Long-Range Master Plan is to evaluate the County Fire Department in relation to the community’s current risks, anticipate community growth (and therefore associated risk), and recommend solutions. The study will review fire department response data, department staffing levels, apparatus and station conditions and locations, and the County’s unique hazards and infrastructure.
The study is intended to position the County to address that growth in advance with appropriate resources and infrastructure. Deputy Fire Chief Jason Martin and Unit Chief Mike Marcucci will host the virtual meeting, with AP Triton’s consultants moderating and providing an overview of the project. At the conclusion of the meeting, the consultants will launch a survey to provide further opportunities for community input.
The Virtual Town Hall will be held on Wednesday, January 25, 2023, at 6 p.m. on Zoom: https://bit.ly/fire-townhall (Passcode 856614). All community members will be encouraged to participate in the survey, which will be available immediately after the Town Hall at https://bit.ly/fire-survey.