Calistoga 76 1202 Foothill Blvd, Calistoga, CA94515 76 holds a gas station in Calistoga. The station holds a convenience store stocked with beverages, snacks, cigarettes,…More lotto tickets and ice.
Calistoga Joint Unified School District 1520 Lake St, Calistoga, CA94515 The Calistoga Joint Unified School District serves the 850 students in Calistoga and its environs. It manages the public…More school system for the city, designing standards-based instructional programming, overseeing class sizes and resources, creative thinking programs, school safety and heath, facilities maintenance, communications within the school system and the overall educational experience for children in the community. It draws support from the community, the Calistoga Education Foundation, Calistoga Music and Arts Booster and Calistoga Wildcat Boosters, in addition to many other local organizations. The district's superintendent is Esmeralda Mondragon.
Calistoga Balloons 1458 Lincoln Ave, Calistoga, CA94515 Calistoga Balloons offers guided hot air balloon tours of Napa Valley. The one-hour tour starts at sunrise and travels…More over landmarks such as Mt. St. Helena, Old Faithful, the Palisades Cliffs, the Napa Valley Castle and Chateau Montelena. Customers also enjoy a post-flight champagne breakfast at the Solage Calistoga. Other packages are also offered that include a number of other Napa Valley tours and attractions. Calistoga Balloons' owner and senior pilot is Robert Allen.
City of Calistoga Fire Department 1113 Washington St, Calistoga, CA94515 The City of Calistoga Fire Department oversees fire protection, prevention and education for the city. It responds…More to fires, natural disasters and public safety and medical emergencies within Calistoga and throughout Napa and Sonoma County. It responds to around 1,000 emergencies within the 96-square-mile area annually. Steve Campbell is the fire chief.
Calistoga Cellars 1007 Washington St, Calistoga, CA94515 Calistoga Cellars is a boutique winery. Its varietals include cabernet, zinfandel, sauvignon blanc and chardonnay. Its…More winemaker is Barry Gnekow. Calistoga Cellars began in 1996 when mangaging partner Roger Louer and a group of friends purchased the acreage for selling grapes to top wineries and soon afterwards began their own production.
Glenn Pope Woodworking 504 Washington St, Calistoga, CA94515 Glenn Pope Woodworking is a local wood shop that creates custom cabinets. It is located on Washington Street near…More Calistoga Self Storage.
City of Calistoga - Recreation Services 1232 Washington St, Calistoga, CA94515 Calistoga Recreation Services administers community recreational programs, facilities and services. It plans…More and organizes recreation classes, special events and programs. The community pool, sports leagues, summer camps, senior programs and fitness classes are within its purview. Helmed by Olivia Lemen, it also oversees the rental of community facilities.
ECHO gallery 1348 Lincoln Ave # A, Calistoga, CA94515 ECHO gallery is an art venue in Calistoga which offers artists a space to exhibit their work and develop relationships;…More ECHO stands for Every Creative Hand Occupied.
Luxe Calistoga is a bed and breakfast inn. The European-style inn was bulit in 1873 and has served numerous purposes.…More The inn offers five rooms each has its own bathroom, gas fireplace, iPad with complimentary w-fi access, plush robes and more.
Calistoga Towing Auto Repair 2449 Foothill Blvd, Calistoga, CA94515-1219 Calistoga Towing Auto Repair is a full-service towing and recovery company, specializing in big rig recovery, jump…More starts, lock outs, flat tires and exotic vehicle transport. It also offers U-Haul truck rentals. All drivers are certified by Wreck Master and the California Tow Truck Association.
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.
City of Calistoga - Administrative Services Department 1232 Washington St, Calistoga, CA94515 The Administrative Services Department of Calistoga provides support and direct services to the city's other…More departments. It's involved in financial planning, utility billing, grant development and administration, city computer systems and network management. The Administrative Services Department director is Gloria Leon.
Calistoga Realty 1473 Lincoln Ave, Calistoga, CA94515 Calistoga Realty offers properties throughout Napa Valley. It specializes in high-end residential properties and…More estates, as well as offering some building lots. It is independently-owned and operated, with a staff of four principal agents; it was founded by Sharon Carone and Brian Durnian.
Calistoga Jewels Gallery 1334 Lincoln Ave, Calistoga, CA94515 Calistoga Jewels Gallery is a local jewelry shop. It retails high end jewelry, with particular emphasis on Native…More American and precious stone designs. It is independently-owned and operated.
City of Calistoga - Planning and Building Department 1232 Washington St, Calistoga, CA94515 The Planning and Building Department of Calistoga is responsible for the administration of building and planning…More regulations, code enforcement, environmental review, staff assistance for the Planning Commission and City Council and assisting the public in permit applications, land use and zoning.
City of Calistoga - City Hall 1232 Washington St, Calistoga, CA94515 The City of Calistoga City Hall houses many administrative departments, including building standards, city…More attorney, clerk and manager, city council, finance and emergency services, fire department, recreation division and the planning and building department.
Calistoga Elementary School 1327 Berry St, Calistoga, CA94515 Calistoga Elementary School is a public school providing instruction for students from kindergarten through sixth grade.…More Its curriculum includes language arts, music, physical education, math and world languages. It also offers student activities such as band, sports, student leadership, computers, writer's magazine, arts, CAD and robotics. Michele Treuscorff is the principal.
City of Calistoga - Community Pool 1745 Washington St, Calistoga, CA94515 The Community Pool offers a place of recreation for individual and family residents of Calistoga. It has lane and…More recreational pools, lawn and picnic area and a limited snack bar. It offers swimming instruction for toddlers, children and seniors.
Calistoga Preschool 1432 Eddy St, Calistoga, CA94515-1448 The Calistoga Preschool is a state-operated pre-school program. It is one of seven child care centers operated by Napa…More County Early Childhood Services, a division of the Napa County Office of Education. The Calistoga Preschool offers part-day pre-school care. Eligibility is based on family size, income and financial need, and services may be highly discounted or free for qualifying families. The pre-school provides a safe and supportive environment and is designed to help children develop and become effective learners at the same time as their families receive assistance acheiving their goals.
Calistoga Seventh-day Adventist Church 2102 Grant St, Calistoga, CA94515-1346 Led by Pastor Byron Hill, the Calistoga Seventh-day Adventist Church offers Saturday worship services in both English…More and Spanish. Religious education classes also are available for members of all ages. The church had potluck lunches the third Sabbath of each month following worship services. A bulletin featuring upcoming events and programs can be found on the website.
Calistoga Public Library 1108 Myrtle St, Calistoga, CA94515 The Calistoga Public Library is based in a one-story, wood frame building, 2,900 square feet in size. It…More houses a large collection of books, CDs, DVDs, audio books, a reference collection and periodicals, sectioned for children, teens and adults. The facilities additionally feature a microfilm reader, five computers and printers, story time for children and a Grandparents and Books session program. It hosts literacy tutoring services for adults and families, as well as job resource center, the LifeWORKS Career Center.