Higher than normal temperatures are expected over Labor Day weekend, beginning Thursday August 31, 2017 and ongoing through next week. The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory and excessive heat warning and is forecasting temperatures to exceed 100 degrees during this time with no exact timing for duration. The Town of Yountville’s Community Center will be open during the following times to offer a place to cool off. The Community Center is located at 6516 Washington Street. Please check with the front desk to verify the exact room location.
08/30/2017 4:38 PM
A friendly reminder that school starts tomorrow August 16, 2017 at the Yountville Elementary School. Motorists are advised to be alert and to abide by traffic laws, including stopping fully at all stop signs. Thank you for keeping students safe, and best wishes for a wonderful school year!
08/15/2017 4:46 PM
Beginning the week of August 14, 2017 and continuing through August 25, 2017, the Town will be completing regular maintenance of the Town owned Post Office building. This maintenance work includes power washing and painting of the building exterior.
08/09/2017 4:49 PM
Beginning Wednesday, August 16 the community pool hours of operation will change. As school resumes, our schedule will change to accommodate the drop in participation and staffing levels.
08/04/2017 12:00 PM
The path behind the Yountville Elementary School, located in between Yount Street and Finnell Street is closed for tree safety purposes. Recently, a significant tree limb fell from the “Grandfather” Oak tree along Hopper Creek. Town staff had the Town’s arborist evaluate the tree. However, because the tree is a Heritage Oak, both the Town and the arborist are seeking a second arborist to evaluate the tree, especially focusing on what could be done to save the tree, if at all possible.
07/27/2017 2:38 PM
The Town of Yountville Parks and Recreation is rapidly gearing up for the 7th Annual Winter Wonderland Arts and Gift Faire.
07/13/2017 3:00 PM
The Town of Yountville is pleased to report this year that the drinking water supplied to water customers meets or exceeds state and federal public health standards for drinking water quality and safety. California water retailers, including the Town of Yountville, are required by law to inform customers about the quality of their drinking water. The results of the testing and monitoring programs of 2016 are included in the full report, which can be viewed on the Town’s website.
06/29/2017 3:23 PM