Napa Valley Community Foundation 3299 Claremont Way, Napa, CA94558 The Napa Valley Community Foundation is a non-profit organization based in Napa. The organization was created to promote…More philanthropy and mobilize resources for worthwhile, community-targeted projects, aiming to "serve as a catalyst for positive change in Napa County." The Napa Valley Community Foundation also provides grants and philanthropic advising, linking donors with charitable projects. Founded in 1994, the foundation has distributed more than $20 million in grants to ventures throughout the Napa Valley. For further inquiries, phone the Napa Valley Community Foundation.
Napa County Office of Education 2121 Imola Ave, Napa, CA94559 The Napa County Office of Education is in charge of many tasks including monitoring the budgets of all…More five public school districts in Napa County, educating troubled teens and offering vocational training. An elected superintendent of schools and an elected board of education oversee the office's operations.
Napa County Public Health Division 2344 Old Sonoma Rd, Napa, CA94559 The Napa County Public Health Division serves the community by promoting healthy lifestyles and preventing illness.…More Napa County Public Health works with individuals, families, schools, businesses, community-based partners and the public to disseminate knowledge and provide services protecting health and wellness and preventing disease and disability. Napa County Public Health is also responsible for responding to public health emergencies such as disease outbreaks, epidemics and pandemics.
Napa County Health & Human Services Agency Program Integrity Uni 1814 Soscol Ave, Napa, CA94559 The Program Integrity Unit is the special investigations arm of the county's health and human services department. It…More recently moved its offices from downtown Napa to this business park on Soscol Avenue, in a building located just south of the Social Security Administration building. The unit is operated by the Director of Napa Health and Human Services, Randall Snowden.
Children's Health Initiative Napa County 2160 Jefferson St, Napa, CA94559 Children's Health Initiative Napa County is a health care coverage service. It serves Napa and surrounding areas,…More working with members of the community to ensure that children in the area have access to health care and medical services. It provides families with four health plan options for their children: Medi-Cal, Kaiser Permanente, Healthy Families and Healthy Kids.
Napa Lock & Safe 789 Po Box, Napa, CA94559 Napa Lock & Safe provides realiable locksmith services for both residential and commercial properties. Staff is…More available 24 hours a day and service Napa County, Calistoga, Vacaville, St. Helena, American Canyon and Clearlake. Standard and advanced locking systems are serviced.
Arts Council Napa Valley 1041 Jefferson St Ste 4, Napa, CA94559 Arts Council of Napa Valley has celebrated its 30th anniversary. In support of the arts, the non-profit organization's…More mission is to foster "a thriving and diverse creative community by expanding arts education, collaborating with arts organizations, and nurturing the development of artistic talent." In participation with other non-profit organizations, ACNV's programs include open calls to artists; Arts in Education matching grants to local schools; Napa Artwalk; Napa Reads in partnership with Napa City-County Library; Napa Valley Arts; and No Vacancy: Art on First, a new program launching Spring 2011. Membership offers benefits, such as discounts with partnering organizations and invitations to gala events, the arts and art programs throughout the County.
Napa County Criminal Courthouse 1111 3rd St, Napa, CA94559 Passageways and elevators connect the Napa County Criminal Courthouse on Third Street with the adjacent county jail, so…More that defendants in custody can be safely transported between their cells and the courtroom. Both courthouse and jail are located just south of the county's administrative building and across Main Street from the colorful new Riverfront development.
Napa County Fairgrounds 1435 N Oak St, Calistoga, CA94515 Napa County Fairgrounds is a local non-profit organization. It hosts events and fairs all year round. It is also…More home to the Calistoga Speedway, Calistoga RV and Campground and Mount Saint Helena Golf Course. The Napa County Fairgrounds hosts events such as meetings, assemblies, banquets and more.
Napa Recycling & Waste Services PO Box 239, Napa, CA94559 Napa Recycling & Waste Services is a full-service recycling and debris removal company. It serves the of city of…More Napa and the southern parts of unincorporated Napa County. Services include weekly residential curbside service, which includes up to two yardwaste pickups at no charge and free recycling pickup with garbage disposal services. Businesses also receive free single stream recycling and yardwaste collection with garbage service. Debris boxes for large projects are also available at reduced costs.
Napa County Flood Control 804 1st St, Napa, CA94559 The former site of the Chanterelle restaurant is now the headquarters of the county's flood control project. A…More quarter-cent sales tax - approved by county voters - helps fund work by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, local public-works agencies and private contractors to reduce the risk of river, stream and creek floods in the Napa Valley.
Superintendent, Napa County Office of Education 2121 Imola Ave, Napa, CA94559 The Napa County Office of Education provides education planning for Napa County and is spearheaded by the leadership of…More Barbara Nemko, Superintendent of Schools. The office of education offers support in a variety of ways which serve the community of Napa, such as Student Services with Regional Occupational Programs; Juvenile Court and Community Schools; School Services with programs such as the Business Education Leadership Project, ed1stop for Teachers, and ed1stop for Families; Business Services division which provides a wide range of services to Napa County school districts and Napa Valley Community College; school and community partnership projects, offering after-school programs and foster and homeless youth programs; state and national projects, such as CalSERVES and California Services for Technical Assistance and Training. Since the first Superintendent was seated in 1855, the Superintendent's Napa County Office has a long history in the community.