Here’s what it’s going to take for Napa County to lift the current mask restrictions.
Outdoor water use in northern California, meaning irrigating your lawn and landscape, accounts for 42% of residential water use.
Queen of the Valley’s Annual Generous Heart Fundraiser was held on September 25th with 175 guests in attendance. During the gala, the hospital announced a $5.1M gift from the Winiarski
Soscol Square Shopping Center, a planned project in a 7-acre site at the intersection of Soscol Avenue and Gasser Drive, is being opposed by Napa Climate NOW!
Water conservation and outreach continue as the collective Town of Yountville fall short of its conservation goal of 20%. The current outreach effort is focused on educating people on the
Flu Shots and COVID shots will be offered at the Yountville Community Center on October 12th 10 AM – 1 PM.
As the drought conditions persist, the City of Napa announced last week that they will be switching to Lake Hennessey as the main water supply.
Coastal Clean-up Day is right around the corner, and Napa County could use some help! Volunteer to help your community and environment.
Not sure if your business is ready to be compliant with current and upcoming local recycling and composting requirements? Here’s a resource to help.
With several private businesses and large events requiring proof of vaccination to enter, it begs the question of just how far-reaching these requirements will become.