community open house
The Town hosted an Open House for the community on October 13, 2018. If you were unable to attend then this is where you can find everything you need.
For a video of the presentation given during the Open House, please click here.
For a summary of the feedback received at the Open House, including photos of the feedback boards, please click here.
environmental impact report
The first public draft of the Environmental Impact Report was published on November 29, 2018. This document is available for download at the link below. Please note that this is a LARGE file and may take a while to download. Printed copies are available at Yountville Town Hall, the Yountville Community Center, and the Yountville branch of the Napa County Library.
Environmental Impact Report Public Draft
Draft general plan
The first public draft of the General Plan was published on October 1, 2018. This draft is a result of a nearly 18-month process of listening to our community and collecting their opinions. Now, we want to hear from as many community members as possible about the draft plan, which is available for download here.
The General Plan lays out the community visions for the future of the Town and sets forth a road map on how to get us there. It is the primary governing document that will determine future jobs, housing, and growth in our community.
The General Plan is a state-mandated document that addresses issues such as transportation, housing, open space, conservation, safety, and much more. As the current General Plan was adopted in 1992 and the Town has grown and changed considerably, the plan needs to be updated.
The draft plan reflects extensive input from the community and as we circulation this draft, we want to hear from as many Yountville community members as possible in order to develop a General Plan that accurately reflects the needs and desires of the community.
Please review the draft plan available here, or review this summary.
We will continue to seek input through December 2018, when the draft plan will go to the Town's boards and commissions, and ultimately to the Town Council for consideration early next year.