Napa County Enters Yellow Tier

Napa County will officially be entering the least restrictive yellow tier tomorrow, June 9th. The state still plans to retire the Blue Print for a Safer Economy on June 15th as well as mask mandates. So at least for this next week, here is what is now permitted: Restaurants: Open indoors with modifications. Max 50% capacity.

Fight Fire with Sheep, Not a Baaaad Idea

Summer is nearly here, and there is no better time than today to prepare for this year’s fire season proactively. Find the fire prevention solutions your winery needs with the help of NVV. Join them on Friday, June 11th, from 10 am to 12:30 pm for a Fire Prevention Resource Fair. Members can meet with

Vax for the Win!

All the more reason to get the Jab. In an effort to increase vaccination rates, California has launched a new incentive program for all those who are either already vaccinated or will be. Get paid for your civic duty. Vax for the Win includes $15 million in prizes, a $50,000 lottery every Friday, and $50

Vaccine Efforts Open for ages 12+… and Tacos!

OLE Health is now offering Covid-19 vaccines to ages 12 and over at its weekly walk-up Family Vaccine Nights beginning on Tuesday, June 1, between the hours of 3:00 pm and 7:00 pm. The first dose of the Pfizer vaccine will be given each Tuesday through June 15, with the appointment for the second dose

Vaccine. Supervisor Belia Ramos. It’s Complicated.

So, Napa County Supervisor Belia Ramos received her COVID vaccine weeks before she was technically allowed to according to the priority lis and guidelines. On March 4, 2021, the Board of Supervisors passed Motion 11A2. The clerk of the Board documented the following points directed by the Board as to the Fact-Finding report: “The Board

Fire Safety Needs to Happen Now

(excerpts from Eye on Napa newsletter, Patricia Damery) Red flag warnings in May! Once again, the fire season is threatening. Already the first Red Flag Warning has been issued. In a recent Napa Valley Register editorial, All of Napa Valley needs to face the threat of wildfire, Christopher Thompson, firefighter and head of the Napa Communities Firewise

Lots of Dogs in Yountville and the Valley

Napa Humane offers a free virtual class to teach children how to be safe around dogs as part of the organization’s Humane Education program. In just 20-30 minutes, kids will learn the basics of canine behavior and body language and how to pet and snuggle with furry friends safely. The family-friendly educational session will be led by


In partnership with Napa County and Kaiser Permanente, OLE Health will be providing Covid-19 vaccinations Tuesday, April 20 through Friday, April 23 at the Meritage Carneros Ballroom, located at 875 Bordeaux Way, Napa, CA 94558. The clinic is open to anyone age 16 and over who lives or works in Napa County. Vaccination schedules for each of the four

Napa County Appoints New Agricultural Commissioner

The County of Napa has hired Tracy Cleveland to serve as its next Agricultural Commissioner/sealer as of April 5, The Ag Commissioner is tasked with promoting agriculture and protecting workers, the community, and the environment. As the sealer of weights and measures, the position also promotes equity in the marketplace to protect consumers and businesses.

Help Your Staff Get Vaccinated

Napa County is offering more services to ensure that the community has access to vaccines. If you are a business that has not been able to access the COVID-19 vaccine, or you have a large amount of staff who have not been vaccinated and would like to be, please submit your business name, main contact information,