Feb 2, 2015

Maps


Maps are an important, perhaps the most important, way to look at land use issues, and the county zoning map has been principal representation of the ordinances used to protect the agricultural economy these last 45 years. Other maps are beginning to crop up in this discussion of the future of Napa county and I will start putting them all in one place here.

Additional interactive maps on the site:
SCR Map and table of all development in the valley
SCR Map and tables of winery use permits approved and under review
SCR Map and table of new vineyards under review in the county

Napa County on Google Maps
County Districts Map

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The Rector Watershed


Amber Manfree - Dec 14, 2015 8:15AM  Share #1137



More Napa vineyard/winery info than you will ever need


Amber Manfree - Oct 27, 2015 12:03PM  Share #1061

..one more find I just turned up - a map designed for wine makers that shows locations of vineyards with grapes available for purchase. Not directly helpful in any way that's obvious, but a really interesting project nonetheless.

EveryVine.com Napa region online map

Bill Hocker adds:

The hoard of information given each and every vineyard block in the county is mind-numbing. Wine freak meets database freak.

Napa's 700 Wineries


Amber Manfree - Aug 11, 2015 6:51AM  Share #939

The map below is not mine - just something I found on the internet. They might be using the free, open source dataset from David Thompson's Napa Wine Project website
which lists 1,100+ commercial wine producers in Napa. Even Draselle's place is in their list, so a lot of that may be low-impact, small places that happen to have a permit.



Napa County Woodland canopy


Amber Manfree - Feb 27, 2015 3:19PM  Share #775



Map prepared by Amber Manfree




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