It is time to take a renewed look at what is working and not working, involving residents, businesses, and town leaders and staff. TOT collection for May 2021 was 80%
Over three and a half years of construction at the Yountville Community Church (YCC) on Yount Street. Senior Pastor Dan Bidwell has been at the church for one year and
I have contacted Gary Sloan, Chairman of the Allied Council at the Veterans Home here in Yountville. He has explained that with the Home being “not fully open to visitors,”
Napa County joined most Bay Area counties in recommending the vaccinated as well as the unvaccinated wear masks while inside public places.
Updates to the property at 1 Lande Way came back for a second look after discussion by the Town Council for the parking situation and the completion of a survey
Luxury service training courses are available for students and hospitality employees starting September 13, 2021.
Paul Franson with NapaLife shared this week that the Napa Valley Film Festival will likely be postponed again due to a number of challenges faced this past year. Do they
The Upper Napa Valley has been selected as a Blue Zones Project, and they are looking for local input to improve the community.
Good news and bad news—CalPERS reports high rates of investment returns, and announces increase rates for 2022 health premiums.
Napa Valley Transportation Authority (NVTA) has advised the Town that they will waive our farebox recovery ratio, a savings of over $37,000.