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Police Department News


We have a couple of new faces in the Police Department. Officer Michael Williams returns to us after a year assigned to court security.  Officer David Mustard is a former Vallejo police officer and brings a wealth of experience and knowledge. Welcome aboard Officers Williams and Mustard, we are happy to have you!


Click here for the 2013 end of year report from ACPD. 



Firefighter and Police Officer of the Year


VFW Post 11099 is hosting the annual Firefighter & Police Officer of the Year Recognition Dinner on Sunday, Feb. 23rd at the Doubletree. Make your reservations by Feb. 14th. See event flyer here.  



We are very proud of the 2013 honorees, Firefighter of the Year, Charles Mallorca and Police Officer of the Year, Ryan Woolworth!




School Master Plan Workshop


The Napa Valley Unified School District will be holding a Facilities Master Plan Community Workshop in American Canyon on February 4th, from 6:00 - 7:30 PM at the High School Library.  NTD Architects will lead a discussion of current and future school facility needs.  For more info contact Julie Pressey at 253-3511.





January 31, 2014

Hands down one of the jewels of American Canyon is the Wetlands.  In a couple weeks we'll have a great opportunity to thoroughly enjoy and discover the wonders of our beautiful Wetlands.  A new event, the Great Backyard Bird Count and Birding Adventure will be sponsored by the Napa-Solano Audubon Society and is scheduled for Friday and Saturday, February 14 & 15.

Plan to join in on fun nature activities for kids and adults, tag along on a beginning bird walk and talk with experienced birders about recent sightings and the best places to visit in Napa or Solano Counties.  Mark your calendars- flyers will be available on our website soon.  Hope to see you there!  


Photo by Erik Halberstadt.


Great Backyard Bird Count and Birding Adventures


Friday & Saturday 

Feb. 14 & 15, 2014 

8:30 AM - 3:00 PM

Eucalyptus & Wetlands Edge      

On the Agenda.... 


The next City Council Meeting is Tuesday, February 4th at 7:30 PM.  Note!  Council meetings usually start at 6:30, but the time has been changed this week to accommodate a School District Master Plan Workshop (for more information about the workshop, see the left hand column).  The full agenda for the Council meeting is available HERE.  Included this week is an update regarding the Governor's recent Drought Declaration asking all of us to voluntarily conserve 20% of our water usage.  The City Council will discuss steps to help accomplish this request as well as actions needed in the next several months to address the water shortages.  If we don't get some serious rainfall in the next few months we could be looking at very strict conservation measures.


The Council will also consider a program that will help homeowners finance renewable energy and water efficiency improvements on their property. If you choose to participate in this voluntary program the money financed for the improvements can be repaid with your property taxes.  This program could be a great tool to fund energy saving improvements offering immediate savings in your energy costs. 



Flex Your Water Conservation Skills! 


Two weeks ago the Governor issued a Drought

Declaration asking for a voluntary 20% reduction in water usage state-wide.  


On February 4th our City Council will discuss how American Canyon should address the upcoming water shortages.  In all likelihood this situation will get worse before it gets better and we will help keep you informed.  Following are some 'low hanging fruit' suggestions to help save water: 

  • Turn off the tap while brushing teeth
  • Run full dish & clothes washer loads
  • Take quick (not leisurely) showers
  • Check for plumbing & irrigation leaks 



We offer FREE water efficient devices at City Hall, stop by and pick yours up today!

  • Low Flow Shower Head
  • Shower Timer
  • Faucet Aerator
  • Water Miser Hose Nozzle
  • Hose Timer with Automatic Shut Off
  • Replacement Toilet Flapper Valve
  • Test Kits

Visit the City's Water Conservation Page for more ideas or contact:

Lou Leet, Water Conservation Specialist

(707) 647-4521



Passports at City Hall


usa-passport.jpg The City Clerk's office at City Hall now accepts passport applications on behalf of the U.S. Department of State. For application forms, documentation required, and fees, click here. To schedule an appointment please call (707) 647-4369.


Parks & Recreation News
contact us at (707) 648-7275
100 Benton Way 


Sizzling Seniors Field Trip


For all our active adults, we have a great field trip coming up, Art from Around the Globe at Stanford University.  The trip is on Valentine's Day, February 14th, leaving the Senior Multi-Use Center at 9 am and returning at 5 pm.  Transportation is $25 and participants are responsible to pay $1 admission and any other spending money, for lunch or shopping.  This trip does require significant walking, so please be ready to be active and wear comfortable shoes.  Register in the Parks and Recreation office! 


Recreation Opportunities for all Ages


Many fun activities are planned for the next several weeks!  Please see the flyer for information about The Middle School Dance on Valentine's Day, The After-School Teen Coed Indoor Soccer Team, Bridging the Gap and Youth Swim Lessons.

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