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NEWS FROM NAPA COUNTY
January 17, 2014
Issue: Vol 4 Issue 1
Grant funds available for arts and culture
The Board's Arts and Culture Advisory Committee has grant funds available for Napa County 501(c)3 arts and culture organizations. Interested? Attend one of the Committee's grant workshops in February and apply by March 25.
Read the details here
This week we're proud of our staff who won State Probation awards!
Chief Probation Officer Mary Butler reports that two County employees, Amanda Gibbs of Probation and Dan Glascott of Information Technology, were honored by the
Chief Probation Officers of California
for their contributions to probation and corrections programs in California.
See the winners and find out more!
We accomplished so much in 2013
We know, it's a new year. But we are quite proud of the many major accomplishments throughout the County in 2013. Read CEO Nancy Watt's
memo to the Board of Supervisors
, recapping our busy and amazing 12 months!
Not too late for your flu shot!
The flu is hitting Napa County and the rest of the Bay Area hard, with many people battling the bug. Usually the flu season peaks in February, so it's not too late to get your vaccine.
Our seasonal flu page
has info on how to get vaccine, what symptoms to watch for and what to do if you are ill.
Public Works is busy!
Many ongoing roads projects right now: Roadside vegetation control on Soda Canyon Road; maintenance and drainage work along Pope Valley, Childs Valley and Spring Mountain roads and in Angwin; man hole work in the Berryessa Highlands; slide repair on Dry Creek Road and crack sealing on Wooden Valley Road.
Visit Public Works’ current projects page
Pay second installment taxes by April 10
The Treasurer-Tax Collector reminds us all that the second installment of the 2013-2014 Secured Property Taxes becomes due Feb. 1, 2014, and will become delinquent after April 10, 2014.
Visit the Tax Collector's web pages
to get all the information you need about paying your taxes or call (707) 253-4312.
Most County offices closed Mon., Jan. 20
Most County offices will be closed on Monday, Jan. 20, in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Some 24-hour facilities, such as
Juvenile Justice Center
, will be open. Please call ahead before visiting those facilities to ensure the services you need will be available.
Next Board meeting is Tuesday, Jan. 28
The Board will not meet on Jan. 21. The
agenda for the Jan. 28 meeting will be available here
by Jan. 24. You can check agendas, research minutes or watch recorded meetings
at any time on our website
Jan. 17 - Teen Video Game tournament in Napa
Jan. 18 - Rose Pruning
Jan. 18 - Raise the Child You've Got with Nancy Rose
Jan. 20 - Martin Luther King, Jr. Day - Most County offices closed
Jan. 24 - Teen Video Game tournament in American Canyon
Jan. 25 - Success with Veggies All Year Long
Jan. 27 - Responsible Beverage Service Training for Special Events
Jan. 28 - Board of Supervisors meeting
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