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The availability of new or existing homes on the market locally, for sale or rent, has been at a disadvantage for many years. In the Valley, when homes do go on the market, the prices are exorbitant and out of reach for many, while available land for creating new, affordable living opportunities is also negligible. This situation has more recently been negatively impacted by other major events, unforeseen and tragic. Of course, I am talking about the recent scourge of wildfires (again). In my research for this article, I was reminded of the many thousands of homes and other buildings that were destroyed, the results compounding an already drastic situation. Thankfully some rebuilding has taken place but nowhere near what we need to flesh out the local housing needs, prior to or since. This is of great concern for many; young residents who have grownup and are ready to move on from the family home being priced out before the can make a phone query to qualify for a loan; the hospitality employee or farmworker who lives thirty miles away and would like to reduce the commute; an elderly relative needs a bit more support, and is well enough to be in their own space, but can’t afford the
options currently available, or they just want to be close to someone who cares. Let’s focus on positive housing solutions being made in small, impactful ways, one dwelling at a time. A California law passed in 2020 required cities to relax approvals and regulations imposed on such construction known as Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs). An ADU is generally known as Granny or In-Law Unit. They are situated in backyards or on properties of preexisting homes. Some may even be additions. There are some restrictions to this type of build—an example— Unincorporated County—the Ag Preserve is a no-go as far as this option goes; if water restrictions are in effect in a certain area, or a property operates on a septic-system, unless you can accommodate the additional usage with your existing system, or you are able to afford an upgrade, building an ADU will not be allowed. That still leaves many other homes in the running to be considered for an ADU permit. (There may be exceptions for allowing Junior ADUs within the Ag Preserve and water deficient
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zones.) Permits are required by law to be processed within a sixtyday time frame. There are many variables to such projects and planning is of the utmost importance. On the Napa Sonoma ADU Center website [NapaSonomADU. org] you will find tools and resources to support local homeowners with building ADUs, an on-demand ADU webinar library, as well as, an Upcoming ADU Webinars Calendar.
NEW ADU construction loan. Plus, see CalHFA’s new $40K predevelopment grant for ADUs. And look up the local finance experts available on our Vendor Registry. In addition, check out the comprehensive overview of ADU financing from the statewide Casita Coalition. Property Value Implications of ADUs Your ADU will likely add to
Some Key ADU topics you will find helpful: Garage Conversion ADUs Napa Sonoma ADU developed a helpful handout on garage conversions in partnership with the Casita Coalition and others—plus a very helpful webinar is recorded. Cost of ADUs Check out their ADU Calculator—which will walk you through the cost and also the return on your investment over time. They also recommend you check out the ADU Workbook for the chapter on Budgeting & Finance, starting on page 33. Financing ADUs Watch their on-demand webinar, How to Finance Your ADU (for Napa & Sonoma County Homeowners), as well as, their recent webinar with Redwood Credit Union on their
Junior ADUs JADUs will impact the assessed value less than a traditional ADU (or potentially not at all). Since JADUs are a relatively new form of housing, there is currently little data on them. Taxes and ADUs To learn more about how an ADU will impact your taxes, read their blog post on the subject. For more individualized or detailed information about your ADU project and taxes, they recommend that you reach out to your local tax assessor and/or a tax professional. Contact information for your county assessor’s office is in the blog post. Purchasing New Property Maximizing ADU build potential. See their blog posts on the website. Also available is a Vendor Registry where reputable contractors/designers may be found. In June, a Napa/ Sonoma Standard Plans Program will have a soft launch on the website.
your home’s value, though the exact amount is difficult to predict because there are few comparable homes to give definitive rules. A very rough rule of thumb is that your new construction ADU will add 100 times the monthly rental value to your home.
Napa Sonoma ADU Center suggests working with contractors who are reasonably priced for our region and the current market, which means they’ll be honest and up-front with you about the real costs they are seeing in real time for materials and set a contract with you that is realistic regarding fluctuations occurring in the market over time.
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Renee Schomp Shared A Few Comments From Satisfied Homeowners: “[Napa Sonoma ADU Center] provider references, from designer to builders, are solid gold! I don’t think I would even have gotten started without it.” “The report [from Napa Sonoma ADU] is very helpful. If anything, the biggest thing for us was identifying a space. We didn’t realize feasibility was over the garage and seeing the numbers broken down was great.” “We received some very valuable feedback [from Napa Sonoma ADU] and we DEFINITELY intend to proceed.” “Real, local people who really do answer your questions!” From Carl Strauss: (pre-Jan 2020, did not receive Napa Sonoma ADU help but rather informed the plans for our pilot program). “Chasing warmer weather and better wine, Carl moved to
Yountville. He is a walker and a local shopper and over time began making friends with the restaurant owners and staff near his home. But he noticed a problem, every year too many people moved away. People who worked at the stores, no matter how hard they tried, could not afford to live nearby. But Carl had a solution. He built an ADU not only for additional income, but specifically to support employees at nearby Yountville restaurants, from sous chefs to bussers. And it worked! Within weeks of completing his unit it was rented. It’s small, 300 square feet, but has everything someone needs. It is also beautiful with cathedral ceilings and a little patio. The ADU fits in well with his yard, and matches the design of the main house. Best of all, it is a 5-minute commute by foot through the beautiful streets of Yountville to the businesses Carl loves the most.” In Conclusion: With much appreciated assistance
from Julia DeNatale, Vice President of Community Impact with Napa Valley Community Foundation and Renee Schomp, Director, Napa Sonoma ADU Center, I have been able to compile some information for our readers. (Napa Sonoma ADU Center is a nonprofit fiscallysponsored project of Napa Valley Community Foundation, with support from Community Foundation Sonoma County and some of our local jurisdictions.) Whether you are a Do-ItYourselfer or looking for the ‘perfect’ contractor fit, the information on this subject is mountainous. Developing an ADU involves three basic steps: 1) Design your project; 2) Submit and obtain a building permit; and 3) Build your project. Learn more about the development process here: Your Pathway to a Completed ADU and Building Plan Review Process web page.
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Stepping Stones for Mental Health By Ashley Awe Photos by Israel Valencia, Infinity Visuals
It seems like everywhere we turn, we hear about the mental health crisis our teens are facing. It is no wonder that so many of us feel worried for the young people in our lives and powerless to help them. We cannot fix every dilemma our teens are facing or prepare them for every issue they’ll come across in the future. But we can give them the tools and empower them to take control of their mental health. As they learn to express themselves and understand that they are not alone, they inspire others to also take control of their wellness. Throughout this past winter and spring, twenty teens from Mentis’ countywide Teen Council worked with local artist Kristina Young to create a series of mosaic tile stepping stones with mental health and wellness themes, sharing messages of hope and healing, acceptance and inclusiveness, and the importance of caring for self and others. Funded by a collaborative grant from This is My Brave and Arts Council Napa Valley, teens met with Kristina over the course of a few months to design their tiles and learn how to translate their designs into mosaic works of art. Late this spring, teens met for an afternoon production session with Kristina and her photographer husband, Israel Valencia, who helped with production and documented the process throughout the months-long project. After a debut showcase at the Napa County Library on April 30, the stones were planted at Napa County high schools from American Canyon to Calistoga, reminding teens of the breadth of the community of which they are a part. Stepping stones are literally grounding, and teens will be reminded of the importance of their own mental health when they view the inspiring messages on the stones. “The impact of a project like this is immeasurable,” explains Mentis Prevention Director and Teens Connect founder Jeni Olsen. “It benefits not only the teens who designed and created the tiles, but also high school students and school staff from all over the county who will see these mosaic stepping stones and resonate with the messages.” The stones share messages including, “You Are Not Alone,” “You Matter,” “Have Hope,” and, “After the Storm, the Flowers Bloom.” Most of the stones contain messages in both English and Spanish, and the stone designed for American Canyon High School includes a message in Tagalog, because this is a primary language spoken in American Canyon. Stones can be found in school gardens at American Canyon High, Napa High, Vintage High, New Technology High, Justin-Siena High, Valley Oak High,
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all Napa Valley teens and their journey to mental wellness. The Mentis prevention team chose mosaic art as the medium for this project because of its meditative and healing creative process. It is also easy to learn and precludes perfectionism, providing access to youth who may not have had prior art experience. “Mentis teens really embraced the concept of this project and the message that they were sharing with future teens. The final stones are colorful with strong designs and positive messages, and seeing the teens take pride in the work they did makes me so happy,” says Kristina Young.
The mental health crisis among teens is likely unprecedented, at least in our lifetimes. Having never lived through a global pandemic, it’s impossible to predict its lasting effects on psychosocial health. It is vital that we provide opportunities for youth to connect with each other and learn tools for wellness, including art and self-expression. May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and we at Mentis can think of no better way to celebrate it than to listen to the young people in our community who are passionate mental health advocates. To view all the stepping stones created by our talented teens, please visit the Teens Connect Instagram page @teensconnectnapa. To learn more about the work Mentis is doing in the community, please visit MentisNapa.org. June 2022
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They helped with the fire evacuations of 2017 and sometimes they are involved in search and recover, rather than rescue. “We worked two full weeks post-fire,” says Abbott. “That was a hard one as sometimes people don’t make it out.” “Our most common call is a lost person, who can be in the city or the wilderness. It can range from autistic children who get frustrated and leave, to dementia in the elderly who’ve gone on the same walk a thousand times but take a wrong
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turn. Usually, a call comes in to 911 and is directed to the Sheriff’s office or the Police Department in town. A sergeant at the Sheriff’s Department will contact the SAR coordinator if our help is needed. We can be on site in an hour. The Sheriff’s office provides heavy equipment, such as ATVs, if necessary.” Sometimes dogs are used. “In wilderness situations where it’s needed, the dogs are trained to go into the open space and locate live humans; they’re good at it. The routine is the dog will return to the handler and bark, then lead the handler to the person.” Abbott says these specially trained dogs come from organizations such as the California Rescue Dog Association (CARDA) or Monterey Bay Search Dogs (MBSD) and include German shepherds, Belgian malinois, bloodhounds and labs. Many volunteers have been with SAR several years. “We have two who’ve done it for 15 years, two at 10
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years, quite a few people for five or more years,” says Abbott, who’s been with the team since 2016. “The calendar year for recruits begins January 1. We encourage interested people to come to a couple of meetings to see what it’s all about.” “We have classroom trainings on the first and third Tuesdays every month in which we learn techniques such as software, mapping and navigation. Field trainings are monthly either on a Saturday, Sunday or overnight. During those we can focus on rope rescue, vehicle operation and practice sessions on different terrain.” During extended session they may have mock searches and realistic drills. Volunteers hide and the searchers provide aid for injuries. “We make those as realistic as we can. These are perishable skills, so we continue practicing them. The quality of our volunteers is very high,” continues Abbott. “Although most of them enjoy mountain biking, backpacking, hunting or fishing, some have never slept
Abbott and Dooley both say that once people learn about the time, effort and financial commitment involved, they are amazed that SAR is a 501(c)3 non-profit. Abbott added that a common misconception is that the team is funded through the Sheriff’s Department. “The Sheriff provides many vehicles, classroom space and storage. The volunteers are responsible for all their own equipment. Typically, we haven’t had big fundraising events. We usually have direct asks or requests for sponsorship for specific equipment.” “We rely on donations,” Dooley says. “A very simple way to contribute is through the “Smile” program at Amazon by naming us their preferred charity. We’re equipment intensive, so we must fundraise ourselves. We’re discussing different fundraising opportunities now.” “If you see us training, come by and talk to us. We’re at Alston Park two or three times a year and we’re obvious to spot with all our gear. We encourage people to reach out and talk to us. We’ll explain what we do and why.” Full requirements for new recruits are on the website napasar.org. Donations may also be made through the site.
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Jennifer Smith, who owns Antiques on Second at Second and Franklin Streets, practically has antiquing in her blood. “My mom and grandma used to drag me to antique fairs, flea markets and garage sales when I was a little kid. I loved it.” When Antiques on Second opened, she quickly became a regular customer. Looking at all the antiques she owned, it occurred to her that she could sell some of them. “I had a lot of ‘50s kitchen stuff, vintage clothing, accessories and books I’d collected over the years, and approached Antiques on Second about selling it. I started with a shelf space about fifteen years ago.” That “shelf” became her own section in the store. Jennifer continued to buy inventory, and took over two more spaces. One day, Molly Silcox, the store owner, offered to take it up a notch, “Want to buy the business?” It was pretty much a no-brainer for Jennifer to say, “Yes,” almost immediately. This year marks the 20th anniversary that Antiques on Second has been open. While some might celebrate with a cake, Jennifer celebrated with a sledgehammer. “Lola Manning, who started this business, wanted to expand into the suite next door, and so did Molly, who owned the store until I purchased it three years ago. It’s been a dream to expand into that space for twenty years.” As soon as the next-door neighbor retired and closed her shop, Smith scooped it up and tore down the wall between the two businesses. The store is now 30% larger, allowing her to show even more vendors.
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Why the love affair with antiques? “It’s the allure of a bygone time,” Jennifer said. “I love the glamour, beauty and nostalgia of the past. Stuff was well made then and aesthetics were important. It’s much more interesting than most things made today. Plus, it keeps things out of the landfill.” She adds that her house is not a ‘50s house, despite that being one of her favorite eras. “I have a pink wall phone, but it’s not even hooked up any more.” It’s always been
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N A PA VA L L E Y S T Y L E By Lisa Adams Walter
With the onset of summer, it certainly feels that it is indeed time to get away! School is out, mask mandates have mostly been lifted and COVID-19 cases are waning in many areas. Some of us might be itching to get out and about and experience something other than our repetitive, everyday tasks. Welcome to SUMMERTIME! The time to refresh our outlook, bodies, souls and minds. Living in the Napa Valley, we all have already arrived at a world-class destination. Every day, visitors from around the world join us to experience the food, wine, art, culture, beauty, climate, nature and history of our region. We all know that the Napa Valley is not an inexpensive place to visit, or to live. If you are already here, however, why not take advantage of some of the nearby attractions and vacay at home with a summertime staycation? My suggestion is to create an itinerary for the staycation of your dreams, one that best suits you and those with whom you spend your most-treasured and valuable time. Here are some, mostly affordable and easily accessible, ideas. A bonus is that you will save loads of money on travel expenses such as accommodations, transportation, long-term parking and gas!
Get a taste of the history of the valley. There is no better place to begin a dive into local history than the Napa
County Historical Society (physically located in the fittingly historic Goodman Library building on First Street in Napa). They operate a research library and exhibit space focused upon the local history of the entire county and even offer some guided walking tours. Stops for this staycation could include museums, as well as historical points of interest. Napa County Historical Society (Napa) - NapaHistory.org Napa Valley Museum, Permanent History Gallery (Yountville) - NapaValleyMuseum.org Old Bale Grist Mill (St. Helena) - Parks.ca.gov Sharpsteen Museum (Calistoga) SharpsteenMuseum.org
Craving falafel, authentic rustic Italian food, gourmet Chinese dumplings, or sushi? Take a trip around the world with your taste buds, while experiencing global flavors that dot the Napa Valley. Food trucks are parked all over, as well as a wide array of restaurants that focus upon ethnic cuisine. The Clif Family Food Truck in St. Helena offers a rotating menu of different foods from around the world, and in June alone a number of interesting menus will be served including Thai and Singaporean food. Other suggestions for this staycation follow.
Clif Family Street Food Truck (St. Helena) - Cliffamily.com/events Sushi Mambo (Calistoga) - NapaSushi.com Ciccio (Yountville) - CiccioNapaValley.com Empress M (Napa) - EmpressM.us Small World (Napa) - SmallWorldRestaurant.com
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When the weather warms up, with our relatively mild and temperate climate, there is nothing better than getting out and moving about. I recommend checking out the scenery and vistas, many are free (other than your own physical contributions) and range from simple walks through towns to river rides, lakeside hangouts and opportunities to fish or kayak, to pleasant trails, rock climbing, mountain biking and challenging hikes. In the Napa Valley, we have it all.
There are many things for me, that are romantic. I will forever dream of a secluded villa in Tuscany, from which I can meander into town to gather fresh ingredients from the local farmers and makers, then spend the late morning writing and the afternoon exploring, before returning to that intimate place to prepare a sumptuous meal for the one I love. Do something like that, but do it at home. Locally we have several farmers markets, from which one can prepare a fresh picnic, then plan an afternoon activity such as a massage, river ride or movie matinee (the Cameo even has permanent and cozy theater love seats!). Picnics - Spots exist all across the valley. Couples Massage (Napa and St. Helena) - GreenhausSpa.com and HealthSpaNapaValley.com
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Stevenson State Park (Calistoga) NapaOutdoors.org/parks/robert-louis-stevenson-state-park
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Westwood Hills Park (Napa) CityOfNapa.org/facility/details/westwoodhillspark-77 Paddleboarding Napa River (Napa) NapaValleyPaddle.com Vine Trail (Bike or walk much of the Valley) - VineTrail.org Lake Hennessy (Oakville) CityOfNapa.org/580/Lake-Hennessey-Boating-Fishing Lake Berryessa (Berryessa) Usbr.gov/mp/ccao/berryessa
Let’s Play at a Park Per Day
As I recall, one of the greatest challenges of summer for our family, was keeping the little ones entertained. Summer camps and classes are one solution, but often we want to spend time with those tiny tykes too. Planning a week’s worth of park and playground visits, would be a fun way to keep the littles busy. Add some scavenger hunts, or the chance to draw or record a memory from each park (yay for smart phones!), then chronicle your family’s personal “week of play,” ultimately creating a treasured hand-drawn or video memory that can be reflected upon for years to come. Crane Park (St. Helena) CityOfStHelena.org/parksrec/page/crane-park Fuller Park (Napa) CityOfNapa.org/facilities/facility/details/Fuller-Park-27
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Art and Literature
For many of us, we have to read, research, stay up-to-date and learn things for work or school. Therefore, it can be a treat to take new things in visually or through literature; to learn more about things that may spark an idea, enrich our lives, or open our hearts and minds to an entirely new area of interest. Accessible collections in museums, as well as art scattered about preserves or in town, may fuel curiosity, creativity and calm.
Libraries and Museums
Napa County Libraries (American Canyon, Napa, Yountville and Calistoga) CountyOfNapa.org/606/Visit Bookmine (Napa and St. Helena) - NapaBookmine.com
Playground Fantastico (Napa) - CityOfNapa.org/ Facilities/Facility/Details/Playground-Fantastico-59 Pioneer Park Playground (Calistoga) VisitCalistoga.com/directory/pioneer-park/
Pet-Friendly Expedition When planning a vacation, it’s always a challenge to include the pets. So, why not bring them along while staycationing at home? Many restaurants are pet-friendly in outdoor spaces. In addition, there are several paths, play areas and trails appropriate for a leashed pooch. Alston Park (Napa) CityOfNapa.org/facilities/facility/details/Alston-Park-30 Yountville Town Walk (Yountville) Yountville.com/blog/dog-friendly-yountville Kennedy Park (Napa) CityOfNapa.org/facilities/facility/details/Kennedy-Park-28 Vine Trail (Valley-Wide) - VineTrail.org
Napa Valley Museum (Yountville) NapaValleyMuseum.org
Seven-Day Live Music Festival
Robert Louis Stevenson Museum (St. Helena) StevensonMuseum.org
Live music, for me, is the soul of collective community experience. When COVID-19 hit the world, the absence of live performance was horrific. Thankfully, the opportunities to listen to and experience live music have returned. Check out these websites for venues across the valley. Nearly every day, there is a spot (winery tasting room, hotel bar or lobby, restaurant, night club, theater or public park) in the Napa Valley offering tunes. Check them out and rock on!
Napa Valley Wine Library (St. Helena) NapaWineLibrary.com di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art Preserve (Napa) - DiRosaArt.org Yountville Art Walk (Yountville) TownOfYountville.com/about/art-in-yountville/art-walk 50
Yountville Parks (Yountville) TownOfYountville.com/departments-services/public-works/parks
Friday Night Napa City Nights (Napa) NapaCityNights.com Sunday Yountville Music in the Park (Yountville) TownOfYountville.com/about/calendar Blue Note Napa / Blue Note Series at Charles Krug Winery (Napa and St. Helena) BlueNoteNapa.com
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JUNE 4 COLLECTIVE NAPA VALLEY – NAPA VALLEY COMMUNITY CELEBRATION Let’s celebrate! Pick your route and mode of transportation to get you and your family to Yountville’s Veterans Memorial Park from 11 am to 3 pm, where you will be greeted by Napa Valley’s finest food trucks, summer sipping wines, and of course, a few fun and games from our partners who help make Napa Valley a healthy community. Bring the family, ride your bike (bike valet will be on hand), and bring your pride to see how a community comes together to do good in Napa Valley. collectivenapavalley.org JUNE 6-10 GUILD MAKING WAVES CAMP Join campers as we dive into a week filled with sea-themed crafts, art projects and activities. Ages 5-12, half day and full day options available. guildnapa.com/camps
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and now we're raising a glass to the City of Napa's 175th Anniversary. The importance of the City of Napa and its historical significance on the wine industry is remarkable. In celebration of the people lucky enough to call Napa home, the Downtown Napa Association will be hosting several anniversary events for locals and visitors alike to enjoy. Inviting our locals out for a special ticketed event of The Table down the middle of First Street, showcasing downtown restaurants and wine tasting rooms. donapa.com JUNE 12 & 26 YOUNTVILLE MUSIC IN THE PARK Join friends this summer for another festive series of Music in the Park, featuring a food truck at each event. Bring your blankets, chairs favorite drinks and favorite people to enjoy a beautiful evening in Yountville from 5 to 7 pm. June 12 – Music: Audio Mynde, Food Truck: Loncheria Fusion Kitchen. June 26 – Music: Sweet Burgundy, Food Truck: Sticky Business Barbeque. townofyountville.com JUNE 13-17 GUILD POOL PARTY CAMP We're kicking off summer with Pool Party themed games, activities and crafts. Ages 5-12, half day, full day and extended care options available. guildnapa.com/camps
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