DRAFT GENERAL PLAN
The first public draft of the General Plan was published on October 1, 2018. After several public meetings with the Town's boards and commissions, Town Council, and a community Open House, a final draft of the General Plan has been prepared. This draft is a result of a nearly 18-month process of listening to our community and collecting their opinions.
A link to this document is available below.
Draft General Plan
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT
The first public draft of the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) was published on November 29, 2018. The Final EIR was published in March, 2019. The draft EIR along with the final EIR consitute the entire EIR for the project. These documents are available for download using the links below. Please note that these are LARGE files 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.
Draft Environmental Impact Report
Environmental Impact Report Final
Notice of Availability
Revised Notice of Availability: Public Review Extended
Notice of Preparation of an Environmental Impact Report: The Town of Yountville is the lead agency in the preparation of a programmatic Environmental Impact Report (EIR) addressing the Envision Yountville General Plan Update. Public agencies and interested parties are invited to submit comments in writing as to the scope and content of the EIR. A scoping meeting was held on Monday, August 27, 2018, at the Town Council Chambers at Yountville Town Hall located at 6550 Yount Street, Yountville.
The Town of Yountville General Plan is, to put it simply, its constitution for development. It is comprised of elements that provide a comprehensive slate of townwide policies and goals. The General Plan influences the regulations in the municipal code, particularly the zoning and design ordinances.
In 1992, the Yountville Town Council adopted Resolution 935-92 which officially adopted the 1992 Yountville General Plan. Since then, the Council has approved several amendments, though the bulk of the plan has remained the same.
The plan with the most recent amendments can be viewed at the following link:
1966 General Plan
1975 General Plan
1985 General Plan
1992 General Plan
In 2015, the Yountville Town Council adopted new versions of the Town's Housing Element and Circulation Element. The Housing Element is updated every eight years, 2015 being the most recent. The Circulation Element update was also adopted in 2015, primarily to establish "Complete Streets" policies. These updates enabled the Town to receive funding for transportation projects.
The two updates can be viewed at the following links:
2015 Housing Element
2015 Circulation Element
Though not formally part of the Yountville General Plan, The Climate Action Plan contains policies consistent with elements of the General Plan.
2016 Climate Action Plan
In 2016, the Town of Yountville participated in a community-wide citizen satisfaction survey, conducted by the National Citizen Survey. Initial survey materials were sent to the community in early February. After several waves of mailing, the data was collected, processed, and analyzed. In general, almost all who responded to the survey rated the quality of life in Yountville as excellent or good. Residents rated the overall quality of life higher than the national benchmark.
2016 Citizen Satisfaction Survey Results
Several transportation plans, under the direction of the Napa Valley Transportation Agency (NVTA), have been completed and adopted which present policies and goals related to active transportation. These plans include Yountville specific appendices. These plans are available below:
Countywide Bicycle Plan
Bicycle Plan - Yountville Appendix
Countywide Pedestrian Plan
Pedestrian Plan - Yountville Appendix
TOWN ADVISORY GROUP
On June 6, 2017 the Yountville Town Council appointed members to the Envision Yountville Town Advisory Group. The meetings of the Town Advisory Group are held in the Yountville Town Hall at 6550 Yount Street, the second Thursday of every month, at 6:00 PM.
Please click here to view meeting agendas and for audio recordings of previous meetings. You may also use the links below:
July 13, 2017 I Agenda I Audio I Minutes
August 10, 2017 I Agenda I Audio I Minutes
September 26, 2017 I Agenda I Video l Minutes
October 12, 2017 I Meeting Cancelled
November 9, 2017 I Agenda l Video l Minutes
December 14, 2017 I Agenda l Video l Minutes
January 11, 2018 l Agenda l Video l Minutes
February 8, 2018 I Agenda l Video l Minutes
March 8, 2018 l Agenda l Video l Minutes
April 12, 2018 l Meeting Cancelled
May 10, 2018 l Agenda l Video l Minutes
June 14, 2018 l Meeting Cancelled
July 12, 2018 l Meeting Cancelled
August 9, 2018 l Meeting Cancelled
August 23, 2018 l Agenda l Video
TOWN COUNCIL STUDY SESSIONS
February 27, 2018 l Agenda l Video
March 27, 2018 l Agenda l Video
ENVISION YOUNTVILLE WORKBOOK
The Envision Yountville Workbook for the General Plan provides a comprehensive look into the current conditions of the Town of Yountville as well as trends of what the Town may see in the future.
COMMUNITY MEETING VIDEOS
The Yountville Community Center will host three hands-on, interactive community meetings. These meetings give attendees the opportunity to weigh in on various General Plan policies and programs. Interested residents can also weigh in on the Virtual Meetings, which includes online surveys.
August 24, 2017: Public Workshop #1 Video
November 21, 2017: Public Workshop #2 Video
April 26, 2018: Public Workshop #3 Video
October 13, 2018: Community Open House Video
SPEAKERS SERIES VIDEOS
Beginning in February 2017, the Yountville Community Center hosted five engaging community events that were all about what makes Yountville special. The series featured speakers from throughout the community as well as nationally respected planning experts.
February 16: Envision Yountville Video
March 9: Getting Around Town Video
March 23: Achieving Balance Video
April 13: The Ag Preserve Video
May 18: Community Character Video
WORKSHOP POLLING AND ONLINE SURVEY SUMMARY
The public workshops featured an interactive polling technology that allowed attendees to provide quantifiable feedback immediately. The questions asked at the workshops were also made available via online surveys for several weeks following the workshops. A summary of the answers received from these workshops and surveys is available at the link below.
Public Comment Summary