Preparing for the Rainstorms
During heavy rain, Yountville is subject to flooding problems along the natural creeks and drainage that traverse the area, and we encourage our residents to proactively prepare for the storms which can cause flooding and power outages.
Potential flooding locations in Yountville are predictable and well known, Hopper Creek and the Napa River to the east of Town which overflows its banks and floods the vineyards and into town.
Other localized areas that may potentially flood are:
- Oak Circle adjacent to Vineyard Park
- Oak Circle at Heather Street
- Yount Mill Road at the cemetery
- Solano Avenue near Hinman Creek
- Finnell Road neighborhood
- Washington Street at California Street
- Paths along Hopper Creek
Learn more about flooding in these areas:
- What to expect when Hopper Creek floods?
- What to expect when Napa River floods?
- Can the Rector Creek Dam cause flooding?
Other Helpful Information
See our General Safety Tips to Prepare for Flooding
Download the Flood Action Checklist (PDF) to know how to prepare for potential flooding
To find more information on Napa River conditions visit the Napa One Rain Website
Winter Storm Preparedness flyer (COAD) (PDF)
Click here for local weather information
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