The Napa Valley is composed of the cites of:

American Canyon   Angwin   Calistoga   Deer Park  City of Napa  St Helena 
Yountville and other localities.  History Of Napa Valley

 

St. Helena
Heart of the wine country. Many of the major wineries are located in town or nearby and St. Helena does a lively trade in tourist and tasters. A stable town. Started 1980 with 4,898 residents, finished with 4,990, an increase of 92 people. About a third of the residents are 55 or older, the retiring age.

St. Helena has some fairly new homes, but much of the housing was built decades ago, many before World War II. Generally, the homes are well kept. Lots of trees and greenery. Vineyards start at city borders and on some streets within.

Away from Main Street, St. Helena comes across as a country town that in a small way has been "discovered" by people who appreciate the good life: the wineries, the restaurants, a morning cappuccino. Main Street is also Highway 29, frequently congested, especially in tourist season. The town has a movie house, restaurants, delis, small shops, and some Victorians.

There are two elementary schools, one intermediate, one high school. Academic rankings are generally up there, 70's, 80's, and 90',s. The town also has a Catholic School.

American Canyon   Angwin   Calistoga   Deer Park  City of Napa  St Helena 
Yountville and other localities. History Of Napa Valley


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