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Posted on: November 2, 2023

[ARCHIVED] Shape the Future of Napa County Facilities: Attend the Virtual Town Hall on November 14

Napa County - Napa County has commenced the first phase of an extensive facilities master planning process, focusing on its properties in downtown Napa and the Napa Valley Corporate Drive south campus. Napa County is committed to making this process inclusive and community-driven and community members are invited to provide their input at a Virtual Town Hall on November 14, from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. The Town Hall will be conducted in both English and Spanish.

This ambitious long-term facilities planning initiative, led by the globally acclaimed design, planning and strategy firm, Gensler, aims to provide a comprehensive roadmap for future investments in County-owned facilities. Gensler has conducted a series of data collection activities, including site tours, interviews and workshops with County leadership and staff, as well as an all-staff survey. These activities have been instrumental in gaining valuable insights into the County's long-term space needs. 

The primary objective of the Town Hall is to update the community on the project's current status and gather feedback. Community insights will be invaluable in shaping the future of County facilities, ensuring they meet the needs of Napa County residents. 

"We believe that community involvement is integral to the success of this master planning process," said County Executive Officer Ryan Alsop. "We want to hear from our residents on matters such as where County services should be located and how our facilities can best serve the community's needs." 

During the Virtual Town Hall, participants will have the opportunity to learn more about the project, understand its significance, and actively contribute their thoughts and ideas to guide the future of County facilities. The County aims to create a plan that aligns with the values and aspirations of the community it serves. 

The first phase of the facilities master planning process is expected to conclude in early 2024, following which the County will continue to engage with the community to refine and implement the master plan. Napa County is committed to transparency and community involvement in this transformative journey. 

Make your voice heard and be a part of shaping the future of Napa County facilities. Attend the Virtual Town Hall on November 14, from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. on Zoom: 

Link:              Meeting ID: 856 3551 0852            Passcode: 462934 


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