At the June 21, 2022, council meeting, the Town Council unanimously approved the $20.2 million “all funds” budget, which includes: General Fund budgets, Capital Improvement Program (CIP), Reserve Funds, Special Revenue Funds, Debt Service Funds, and the Water and Wastewater Utility Enterprise Funds. In his annual budget message, Town Manager Steve Rogers noted, “What a
The Town of Yountville purchases water from the State (CalVet/Veterans Home Rector Reservoir). The Veterans Home has notified the Town that for the second year in a row, it was reducing the Town’s annual water allocation from 500 acre-feet to 400 acre-feet, a reduction of 20%. In addition, the State has issued regulations requiring the
Join Bill Dodd for a virtual town hall on March 22 discussing insurance access and affordability featuring California State Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara.
Support John Dunbar’s campaign for Napa County District 3 Supervisor by attending or sponsoring his upcoming fundraiser event.
The papers were signed. The oath was taken. It’s official.
Mayra Vega has been on a long journey, one that has taken her from Mexico to Napa to Woodland and back again. She is now mayor of the city in Yolo County
Education is a never-ending process. This year, three individuals from the Chamber of Commerce were recently honored by their peers in the chamber sector at the Western Association of Chamber Executives’ annual conference. Jessica Penman, Director of Community Relations, has been selected for a two-year term on the W.A.C.E. Emerging Leaders Council. The Council was
Yountville has a new Deputy in town! Say hello to Deputy Reed Oster.
Everyone is invited to take part in a virtual discussion on the Town’s housing needs on March 2nd, at 6 pm.
On Tuesday, February 22, Rep. Mike Thompson (CA-05) and Assemblymember Cecilia Aguiar-Curry will hold a Zoom town hall at 6:00pm PT.