Water conservation. New trash requirements. Street cleaning. The Yountville Public Works website is a work in progress continuously updated. Recent changes include an update to the layout and organization of the pages. You can now find an important links section on the side of the screen for commonly sought-after documents. New pages, including a Measure
Rose Solis passed away last week. I have such a heavy heart with this. Rose was such an integral part of this Town and our day-to-day lives in Yountville. She was a friend and someone I wanted to listen to. I wanted her perspective on life, business, and the people in our community. Rose liked
TOT revenue for December 2021 was $524,548. The December 2021 collection is more comparable to the December 2019 collection, reflecting an increase of $119,910 or 29.6%. The hotels and B&Bs continue to push rates as occupancy. With six months remaining in the fiscal year 2021/2022, the budget is 105%, with a total of $5,556,457. As with the previous months,
As an effort to increase their level of customer service, the Town of Yountville has established a new email address to can ask a planner anything.
What is economic development? There is a multitude of ideas, policies, and definitions. How and why is it essential to our community of businesses, residents, homeowners, renters, and employees? At the December 8 Council meeting, the Vice Mayor presented an action item to create a committee to “…sustain and develop the economies of our Town
It’s going to be a year of housing talk with words like HCD and RHNA and throw in ADU (read my Town Council notes from January 18). Many of the numbers and determination for housing come from the state level, but you still have an opportunity to stay informed and involved. Our local government does
One of my main goals is to get you involved in your community. I watch the meetings and report to you, and I also give you the details to watch them yourselves. You can subscribe on YouTube to the Town of Yountville – Local Government so all the meetings are archived as well. Don’t forget; it’s
While improving, we still remain in a “Severe Drought” condition. Conservation and awareness remain ever prudent.
Total TOT (transit occupancy tax) revenue for November 2021 was $808,382 – yet another record for the Town.
The barn currently sits with un-planned addition – a red tag. This means all construction and work must stop until the proper permits are obtained.