NVTA in June 2016 convened a permanent Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC) to focus on issues related to all modes of transportation — automobile, transit, biking, walking — with a goal of updating our transportation infrastructure and improving the health and wellbeing of our community in Napa Valley.
CAC members will assist NVTA staff with the planning of important countywide plans and projects. Members at the first meeting, for instance, received an overview of NVTA’s Vine Transit Express Bus Study to determine how to reduce congestion and improve commuting options on Napa County's busiest travel corridors: SR-29, SR-221 and SR-12.
In total, 19 members will be appointed to the CAC to represent a broad spectrum of interests and the diverse communities in Napa Valley. Six of those members will be appointed by the elected boards of Napa County's jurisdictions: the cities of American Canyon, Calistoga, Napa and St. Helena; the Town of Yountville; and the County of Napa. Members will serve two-year terms. Meetings will be typically held Wednesday evenings at 5 p.m. at NVTA's office at 625 Burnell Street in Napa; six regular meetings will be held a year.
Please read the CAC bylaws for more information on becoming a member.
Meetings are open to the public; click here for the 2017 schedule.
Agenda & Minutes
Want to see what the CAC is working on? Meeting agendas are archived here.
To apply for the general committee, fill out an online application at NVTA. If the committee is full, your application will be considered when an opening is available.
If you'd like to represent a specific jurisdiction in Napa County, you must apply through their agency. These jurisdictions are currently recruiting for the CAC:
For more information, contact Program & Planning Manager Danielle Schmitz at: email@example.com