There’s no better way to see this great city than on a leisurely, 2 hour bike tour. Cyclists will be introduced to many of the signature and historic sites of the city within the beautiful area of Spencer’s Addition/ABC Streets and surrounding neighborhoods. The tour...Read More
Napa County Landmarks is thrilled to announce our submission for the nomination of the Cayetano Juarez Adobe to the National Register of Historic Places. The application fulfills a long-pursued goal by Napa County’s preservation-minded community and leaders. Known locally as...Read More
You are invited to participate in a Preservation Action Committee (PAC) Meeting. The Preservation Action Committee has taken to the road, visiting towns and locations throughout Napa County to discuss historic preservation. Current Traveling Preservation Action Committee...Read More
Napa County Landmarks has offered walking tours of historic areas on the first Saturday of most months since the 1980s, and now you have the chance to take our tours whenever you want! Our history rich and architecturally diverse online walking tours are designed for smartphones...Read More
Help Napa County Landmarks save an icon. The Rutherford Station is one of Napa Valley’s most significant treasures. Currently, our organization is working hard to find a way to preserve, restore, and re-use this amazing building. Read more about what is happening now!
Recently, the Napa Valley Wine Train posted a sign on the Rutherford Station asking the public to share their ideas on potential future uses of this historic resource, and we encourage you to send us your ideas as well!
Send your ideas by email to email@example.com.
Each year, Napa County Landmarks has used its list of Ten Threatened Treasures to raise awareness about the threats facing some of the county’s important historic resources. Last year’s list identified historic properties including the Cayetano Juarez Adobe, the Francis House, and the Standard Portland Cement Company, which are currently undergoing preservation planning for restoration/rehabilitation and National Register listing review. Other properties are now being reassessed for potential restoration and rehabilitation work, yet others remain threatened. Napa County Landmarks continues in their efforts to protect and preserve historic resources with this year’s Ten Threatened Treasures list.
Napa County Landmarks is celebrating its 40th Anniversary! For 40 years we have served communities throughout Napa County, educating and advocating on behalf of threatened historic properties, serving as a resource for property owners and local governments alike, and promoting planning practices that foster healthy, livable, and sustainable communities while embracing our heritage.
Napa County Landmarks
1219 First Street
Napa, CA 94559