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  July  03, 2014 Issue: Vol 4 Issue 11 
 
 
eucalyptus trees on fireButts Fire updates
As we head into the holiday weekend, the evacuation orders have been lifted for Napa County, but some road closures are still in effect. You can continue to get fire status updates on the CalFire Incident website or by calling the Butts Fire Call Center at (707) 967-1456. You can find out the status of road closures on our GIS site.
 
 
Dog-n-CatKeep pets safe this weekend!
July 4th is a scary time for pets, particularly dogs, which are often left outside. The Animal Shelter and the Sheriff's Animal Services division remind you to keep your pets inside and to make sure your name and contact information are clearly visible on your pet's collar. That way, if Animal Services does have to pick up your pet, the officers can return your loved one to you without a costly visit to the Animal Shelter! Find out more
 
 
SurveyingWe're updating some survey ordinances
The Board has asked staff to update two ordinances that have an impact on property surveys: the Lot Line Adjustment Ordinance and the Certificate of Compliance Ordinance. Staff would like your help in doing those updates. See the proposed changes. Two ways to comment: Come to our meeting on July 8, or comment via e-mail.
 
 
Devlin pipeWork to start on MST recycled water pipeline!
In late July, crews will start work to build the 5-mile recycled water pipeline that will start delivering recycled water from Napa Sanitation District to the Milliken-Sarco-Tulocay (MST) area east of Napa in 2015. Customers are already signing up to receive the high-quality water to irrigate vineyards, crops and landscaping. Find out more. 
 
 
Bothe-Napa campingFree "park"-ing on July 27!
On July 27, you can discover Bothe-Napa Valley State Park and Bale Grist Mill State Historic Park, both north of St. Helena, with NO admission charge. Napa County Regional Park and Open Space District is partnering with Bay Area Ridge Trail Council and the Napa Valley Vine Trail Coalition on the special day. At noon, Redwood Trail in Bothe-Napa Valley Park will be dedicated as the newest 3 miles of the planned 550-mile Bay Ridge Trail! Find out more about Bothe-Napa Valley State Park, the Bay Area Ridge Trail or the July 27 Discovery Day!
 
 
2014 BoardNext Board meeting is Tuesday, July 15
The agenda will be available the week of July 7. You can check agendas, research minutes or watch recorded meetings at any time on our website.
 
 
 
 
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