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Transient Occupancy Tax Information
Yountville's Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) rate is 13%, and revenues are collected throughout the fiscal year on a monthly basis. Each TOT Report includes current and historical revenue, occupancy rate and average room-rate data for our hotel and inn rooms in aggregate. Additionally, each report includes historical data from fiscal year 1991-92 forward. The Town is not permitted to disclose such data for specific inns because it is proprietary business information.
**New** Effective July 1, 2022, TOT returns and payments are to be submitted through the new online OpenGov portal. Please visit OpenGov Yountville Website, click "Finance Department", and select the Transient Occupancy Tax Return form to get started.
For questions on this new process, please contact Kyle Batista, Financial Analyst, or Celia King, Finance Director, at the Town of Yountville.
The following TOT Report includes the most recent reporting period for current fiscal year, as well as historical data for the preceding 17 fiscal years.
View The Current TOT Report (PDF) - through April 2023
As of March 2016, the Town has 11 hotels and inns, with a combined total of 455 rooms. Our hotels and inns are (alphabetically):
- Bardessono Inn and Spa - 6526 Yount Street
- Hotel Yountville - 6462 Washington Street
- Lavender Inn - 2020 Webber Street
- Maison Fleurie - 6529 Yount Street
- Napa Valley Lodge - 2230 Madison Street
- Napa Valley Railway Inn - 6503 Washington Street
- North Block Hotel - 6757 Washington Street
- Petit Logis - 6527 Yount Street
- Villagio Inn and Spa - 6481 Washington Street
- Vintage House- 6541 Washington Street
- Washington Street Inn - 6600 Washington Street
Transient Occupancy Tax rate and related reporting requirements for the hotel and inn operators in the Town of Yountville:
Tax Rate and Levy - The Town imposes a tax in the amount of twelve % (12%) of the amount of rent charged for occupying a hotel room. This tax is required to be collected from guests by hotel operators for occupancies within the Town of Yountville. Complete details of the tax are described in the Yountville Municipal Code (Title 3, Section 3.16).
In November 2018, voters approved the passage of Measure S, increasing the Transient Occupancy Tax by 1% to fund programs and services related to workforce and affordable housing. The legislation became effective January 1, 2019. This information is discussed in the Yountville Municipal Code (Title 3, Section 3.16.031). Visit for more information regarding the Measure S Tax for Affordable and Workforce Housing.
Payment Remittance and Reporting - All operators of hotels, as defined in the municipal code, are required to pay the tax to the Town following each monthly occupancy period, and to file a detailed Transient Occupancy Tax Return with each payment. The tax payment and tax return due dates are the last day of the month following the close of each calendar month. If the due date falls on a weekend or a holiday, the due date is the next working day.
A remittance is considered delinquent if not able received or postmarked by the due date. It is the responsibility of the operator to make sure payment is received or postmarked by the due date in order to avoid late penalties and interest.
Penalties and Interest on Late Payments - A 10% penalty shall be added to taxes not paid by the due date. An additional 10% penalty shall be added if the original tax and penalty is not remitted within 30 days of the first delinquency period.
Exemptions - Exemptions to the tax are provided in accordance with Section 3.16.040 of the Municipal Code. Exemptions are provided for any officer or employee of a foreign government who is exempt by reason of express provision of federal law or international treaty. All operators that are requesting exemptions for customers must complete the appropriate exemption form, secure advance approval from the Finance Department, and if approved, include it with the Transient Occupancy Tax Return.
Previous Month's TOT Reports
March 2023 (PDF)
February 2023 (PDF)
January 2023 (PDF)
December 2022 (PDF)
November 2022 (PDF)
October 2022 (PDF)