AT A GLANCE: Providing the key information to help you navigate the novel coronavirus pandemic in Napa County – Updated 4/28/21. Click on SOURCE for more information about each category.
Health & Emergencies
Click link for vaccination information.
COVID-19 Testing Sites
Click the link for a list of food assistance services in Napa County.
The Napa Health and Human Services Agency is providing modified services. Click link for specific services and contact information.
Schools may reopen fully for in-person instruction. Local school officials will decide whether and when that will occur.
Library branches reopened to the public for walk-in visits. Social distancing and face coverings required. Click link for hours and more information.
Max 25% capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer. Capacity may increase to 37.5% if all guests show proof of negative test or full vaccination.
Can open indoors at 25% capacity. Capacity may increase to 37.5% if all guests show proof of negative test or full vaccination.
Indoor dining allowed at max 50% capacity or 200 people, whichever is fewer. Wineries, distilleries and breweries that do not serve food may open indoors at 25% capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer. Capacity may increase if all guests show proof of negative test or full vaccination. Bars that do not serve food can open outdoors.
Parks open with physical distancing required. Click here for current status of parks and trails.
As of April 13, places of worship are allowed to hold cultural, religious and worship services indoors and outdoors at full capacity. State officials suggest capping services and events at 50 percent capacity.
The county encourages remote court visits using zoom or courtroom audio stream. For those who must come to the courthouses, they have to follow COVID-19 health protocol such as wearing a mask and social distancing.
Limited services. Some departments offering services by phone only. Click link for list of departments and services.
Statewide eviction ban in effect through Jun. 30 for qualifying residential tenants who could not pay rent due to COVID-19 related hardship. Tenant must sign a declaration of COVID-19 hardship and by June 30 pay 25% of the rent due between Sep. 1, 2020 through Jun. 30, 2021.
New appointments for behind-the-wheel tests will be available once all previously postponed tests have been rescheduled.
DMV offices open for customers with other needs but online visits encouraged. Visit dmv.ca.gov/online for information on online services. Face coverings and social distancing required for in-person visits.