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Please click this button to Complete the Form that will enter your comments and/or questions into the City of Napa public record about the installation of Close Proximity Microwave Radiation Antennas/Cell Towers in residential zones.


IMPORTANT MEETING! Tue May 15 Napa City Council Meeting

All City Council Meetings are held at 955 School Street, Napa, CA 94559 in the City Council Chambers.


Tonight there will be a FULL review by Public Works, City Attorney, City Council and YOU on the 60+ Verizon 4G/5G Close Proximity Microwave Radiation Antenna (CPMRA) installations in Napa neighborhoods. Come at 5:30 for helpful tips. Call the Council to object. See contact info below. Thank you!


Napa City Council Meetings

  • Regular Meeting - Tue May 15 at 6:30 pm

  • Regular Meeting - Tue May 29 at 6:30 pm

Tell the Napa City Council:

  1. NO! Not in Napa's Residential Zones!
  2. Why? There is No proven SIGNIFICANT GAP in Verizon coverage in Napa and
  3. Close Proximity Microwave Radiation Antennas (CPMRA) 15–50 feet from our homes ARE NOT the least intrusive means to close an alleged significant gap in Verizon coverage.

The RF Microwave Radiation Assault of Napa, CA

  • Each CPMRA installation will decrease the property value of the four closest homes by 25% or more!
  • Each installation could destroy between $500,000 and $750,000 of residential property value, which is $30 million to $45 million in lost residential property value for a 60 cell-tower project.
  • Napa should not destroy this much private property value to appease the business interests of Verizon Wireless.
  • Napa, therefore, MUST cancel this misguided project, start a public process and consider the LEAST INTRUSIVE means to close any alleged significant gaps in Verizon coverage.
  • Are any of these 60-75 planned Close Proximity Microwave Radiation Antennas near your home? View below.
  • Are you relieved that one of these Phase One CPMRA installations is not in front of your home? Think again . . . if you let even one of these CPMRA installations in your neighborhood, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint are coming to claim the remaining poles, so your house will be next. CPMRAs are a cancer in your neighborhood that will grow in number, volume and power — year-after-year . . . unless you convince the Napa City Council to do the smart thing and allow CPMRA/Cell Towers only in commercial and industrial zones.
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The following addresses are from City of Napa info that is currrent as of 4/12/18; updates will be reflected, below.

  • Napa 001 — 3521 Linda Vista Ave. | map
  • Napa 002 — 2214 Berks St. | map
  • Napa 003 — 3563 Oxford St. | map
  • Napa 004 — 1857 Sierra Ave. | map
  • Napa 005 — 3908 Jefferson St. | map
  • Napa 006 — 2006 Redwood Rd. | map
  • Napa 007 — 4020 Bel Aire Plaza | map
  • Napa 008 — 1518 Trancas St. | map
  • Napa 009 — 2 Financial Plaza | map
  • Napa 010 — 3033 Beard Rd. | map
  • Napa 011 — 749 La Homa Dr. | map
  • Napa 013 — 2393 West Pueblo Ave. | map
  • Napa 014 — Adjacent to 2855 Marin St. | map
  • Napa 015 — Pueblo Ave & Wine Train RR. | map
  • Napa 016 — 2623 Yajome St. | map
  • Napa 017 — Across from 828 Pueblo Ave. | map
  • Napa 018 — 2449 Soscol Ave. | map
  • Napa 019 — 2269 Soscol Ave. | map
  • Napa 020 — 2016 West Lincoln Ave. | map
  • Napa 021 — 2355 California Blvd. | map
  • Napa 022 — 2300 Jefferson St. | map
  • Napa 023 — 806 Lincoln Ave. | map
  • Napa 024 — 2632 First St. | map
  • Napa 025 — 1663 E St. | map
  • Napa 026 — 701 Lincoln Ave. | map
  • Napa 027 — Across from 1075 California Blvd. | map
  • Napa 028 — 1612 Jefferson St. | map
  • Napa 029 — 1746 Yajome St. | map
  • Napa 030 — 1551 Soscol Ave. | map
  • Napa 031 — 2790 Kilburn Ave. | map
  • Napa 032 — 591 Factory Stores Dr. | map
  • Napa 033 — Across from 2500 Laurel St. | map
  • Napa 034 — 2210 Second St. | map
  • Napa 037 — Across from 1201 Main St. | map
  • Napa 038 — 1331 First St. | map
  • Napa 040 — 1100 Second St. | map
  • Napa 041 — 730 Randolph St. | map
  • Napa 042 — Across from 1224 Fifth St. | map
  • Napa 043 — 1091 Fifth St. | map
  • Napa 044 — 804 First St. | map
  • Napa 045 — 747 Third St. | map
  • Napa 047 — 593 Soscol Ave. | map
  • Napa 048 — 529 Soscol Ave. | map
  • Napa 049 — Across From 161 Silverado Tr. | map
  • Napa 050 — 225 Kansas Ave. | map
  • Napa 051 — 205 Gasser Dr. | map
  • Napa 052 — 2601 Elm St. | map
  • Napa 053 — 2447 Old Sonoma Rd. | map
  • Napa 054 — 2280 Pine St. | map
  • Napa 055 — 475 Jefferson St. | map
  • Napa 056 — 1850 Old Sonoma Rd. | map
  • Napa 057 — 418 Franklin St. | map
  • Napa 058 — 100 Coombs St. | map
  • Napa 059 — 1063 Foster Rd. | map
  • Napa 060 — 353 Greenbach St. | map
  • Napa 061 — 679 Cabot Way | map
  • Napa 062 — 4016 Browns Valley Rd. | map
  • Napa 063 — 3448 Twin Oaks Dr. | map
  • Napa 064 — 3309 Browns Valley Rd. | map

This is How You Do It . . . Strength in Numbers

Attorney Patrick Shannon, founder of Hillsborough Families Against Cell Towers addressing his City Council regarding 16 proposed cell towers by Verizon/Crown Castle: "Do the right thing, protect your residents and avoid our City from becoming the place where democracy goes to die and cell towers metastasize."



The Problem: 60 –75 Cell Towers in Napa's Residential Zones, 15–50 feet from Homes

(We will complete this section, once we read the City's files on Mon Apr 16, including the master licensing agreement between Verizon and the City of Napa.)


What We Know: This Is Not Good

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The World Health Organization has classified radio frequency microwave electromagnetic fields from any source (pulsed, data-modulated, Radiofrequency Microwave Radiation radiation) as a Group 2B Carcinogen. Dr. Lennart Hardell, a member of the IARC committee wrote in his 3/12/18 comments on the National Toxicology Program final results:

Based on the IARC preamble to the monographs, RF microwave radiation should be classified as Group 1: The agent is carcinogenic to humans.

"This category is used when there is sufficient evidence of carcinogenicity in humans. Exceptionally, an agent may be placed in this category when evidence of carcinogenicity in humans is less than sufficient but there is sufficient evidence of carcinogenicity in experimental animals and strong evidence in exposed humans that the agent acts through a relevant mechanism of carcinogenicity." (http://monographs.iarc.fr/ENG/Preamble/currentb6evalrationale0706.php)

These so-called “Small Cell” towers would be installed just 15-50 feet from homes and transmit hazardous levels of pulsed, data-modulated, radio frequency microwave-millimeter wave radiation 24/7/365 — with no chance to opt out. Recall, that people damaged by 24/7/365 exposures from the Wireless Advanced Metering Infrastructure's (AMI) so-called "Smart Meters" forced PG&E to offer an opt out program. We need such an opt out for these CPRMA installations, as well: My Street, My Choice!

The Solution: Fiber to the Premises (FTTP)

The solution is both simple and easy — instead of more Wireless, install Wireline fiber optic cables to each home and business in Napa, which will provide much faster, more secure, more reliable and much more energy-efficient transmission of Internet and video data. Doing so would preserve the unique character of Napa and prevent the private Telecom companies from shoving these these cheap, ugly, intrusive, microwave-radiation-emitting CPMRA installations into our town.

Despite the promises of additional convenience and the unbridled hype for 5G and the "Internet of Things” (IoT), the primary duty of our elected officials is neither convenience, nor promised future economic growth, but to promote and preserve the health and welfare of the Town of Napa's residents, voters and taxpayers.

What you Can Do

To voice your opposition to Cell Towers being installed 10 to 50 feet from homes and local workplaces, please come to the Napa City Council Meetings and speak or support others who will speak against these hazardous, visual blights that could blemish our beautiful city for the rest of our lives. To find out more about this project, please contact the City of Napa Planning staff and City Council Members:

Read the Following:

Contact City Council and Staff

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Napa City Council Members

City of Napa Staff: