(NAPA, CALIF.) In a time where physical distance is needed, staying virtually connected has become more important than ever before. As our communities continue to respond, prepare and communicate on coronavirus (COVID-19), the Napa County Emergency Operation Center (EOC) has a Public Information team who connects individuals with resources and information in English, Spanish, and Tagalong (upon request).
Updates to the Napa County COVID-19 situation will be released Monday-Saturday at 11:00am on the Napa County Coronavirus webpage. The summary will indicate the number of tests in Napa County that have been performed, confirmed cases, deaths and persons being monitored. The website that displays the test data, can be found on countyofnapa.org/test. And now displays the number of cases in Napa County by city, town, or area of residence.
The (virtual) Local Assistance Center (LAC) is a website dedicated to connecting community members to food, financial and health assistance and information. If you need assistance navigating the website, or have a question you would like answered, we are encouraging you to reach out:
Public Information & Support: (707) 253-4540
(Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.)
Library Reference & Support:
(707) 253-4241 (Monday – Saturday, 10 am to 6 pm. and Sunday 1pm to 5pm.)
Note: If you have limitations hearing or speaking a specially-trained Communications Assistant (CA) can relay telephone conversations for all of your calls. Dial 711 to reach the California Relay Service (CRS).
On Countyofnapa.org a chat tool is available to answer general questions and support the community in connecting with resources and information. Outside of the hours below, there will be an option to leave a message.
(Monday – Saturday, 10 am to 6 pm. and Sunday 1pm to 5pm.)
NIXLE: For Advisories or Alerts: To opt-in just text your zip code to 888-777
Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NapaCounty/
Note: you can view the Napa County Facebook page without having an account.
“Our methods for communication are turning more digital and remote (email, phone, computer, text...etc.) as we have to limit in person contact, and be careful of passing physical papers to one another. Now, more than ever, it’s important we stay connected and support one another as we’re sheltering-at-home, and practicing physical distance.” – Meg Ragan, Napa County Webmaster.