Special Study Examines Localized Northeast Napa Groundwater Trends
On Tuesday, October 24th at 11:00am the Napa County Board of Supervisors will receive a presentation and report on a Special Study of groundwater level trends in a small portion of the Napa Valley Groundwater Subbasin located northeast of the City of Napa and west of the Milliken, Sarco, Tulocay (MST) creek drainages.Learn More
Lake Berryessa Invasive Mussel Inspection Program
Boaters visiting Lake Berryessa are required to comply with screening and inspection to prevent the introduction of invasive zebra or quagga mussels. Boaters are asked a series of questions by trained staff to determine if further inspection or decontamination is needed to prevent the spread of these invasive mussels.Learn More
New Well Owner Guide Available!
The new guide provides well owners important information on how to maintain their well, along with a general overview of well owner responsibilities, including the need to control and prevent potential contamination of our groundwater. The guide was produced by Napa County to help all of us protect our groundwater resources and our health.Learn More
2017 Symposium Presentations and Answers to Audience Questions
Thank you to all who participated! The Napa County 2017 Watershed Symposium was a great success. Featured topics included hydrology, fish, water quality, groundwater, climate change, and a means to value and monitor our natural resources. See the program and details and answers to audience questions.Learn More
Napa Sanitation District releases a video about their Recycled Water Expansion Projects!
The video informs the community about these forward-thinking projects and celebrates the partners and funders who made these resource recovery projects possible. The projects featured in the video include upgrades to the NSD treatment plant, construction of the 5-mile Milliken-Sarco-Tulocay (MST) Recycled Water Pipeline, and the construction of the 9-mile Los Carneros Water District Recycled Pipeline.Learn More
Napa County RCD is looking for Volunteers
Help the Napa County Resource Conservation District collect acorns, monitor oaks, supervise student restoration planting, clean-up creeks, and collect images of Napa County's best hiking trails. There is something for everyone. Get the flier for details.Learn More
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