Napa Valley Marketplace Magazine has been voted the most read
community magazine in the Napa Valley.
Napa Valley Marketplace has the largest print circulation in Napa Valley, with 42,500 copies mailed every month to Valley homes and businesses.
Marketplace magazine is a favorite with both readers and advertisers. What's our secret?
All the community information is local, local, local.
Features include Napa Valley history, restaurant reviews, business profiles, a calendar of events and the ever-popular Community Snapshots starring you, your kids, your friends and neighbors.
You can also expect to read about Napa's non-profits, people profiles and service clubs, along with local theater and art news.
Thanks for making us #1!
Inlcude the Food!
Reducing what we send to landfills just got easier! Now, all customers of Napa Recycling & Waste Services (NRWS) in the City of Napa and Napa County Recycling & Waste Services (NCRWS) in southern, unincorporated Napa County can put food scraps and food-soiled paper in the brown compost cart…it’s not just for yard waste anymore!
Napa Valley Waterfalls
There are 47 tributaries feeding the Napa River. Some are seasonal, hardly more than a trickle, except during winter rains. But, some flow year around, and some have been dammed in olden and modern times to create drinking-water reservoirs for thirsty Napans and, at one time, their animals. The streams rise in the mountains on the valley’s sides, cutting steep canyons through shale that once was a sea bed, and through ancient, volcanic tuff. Lining the canyons are deep forests of redwoods, oaks, California laurel, and foothill pines.