Calistoga Chamber of Commerce
The Calistoga Chamber of Commerce is an advocate for new and developing business. It provides members with information and resources on best practices and business development.
Is an on-demand transit service within city limits for the general public. Call 707-963-4229 to schedule a pick-up and the bus will arrive in 15-30 minutes.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles offers online driver’s license renewal and vehicle registration. For other issues, there are downloadable forms to print, fill out, and mail.
The Napa County Fairgrounds, located in Calistoga, operates a year-round facility, including the annual fair, golf course, RV park, and speedway.
Fair Political Practices Commission
The Fair Political Practices Commission promotes the integrity of representative state and local government in California.
1108 Myrtle Street - Calistoga, CA 94515 707-942-4833
Napa County provides a variety of essential services for the community, such as airport operations, road maintenance, social services, and public health.
Napa Valley Transportation Authority (NVTA)
NVTA operates VINE, the Napa area bus system, and oversees the planning and funding for paratransit (transportation for individuals with special needs).
United States Postal Service (USPS)
1013 Washington Street - Calistoga, CA 94515 707-942-6661
There are both private and public pre-schools in the Calistoga area. Calistoga Unified School District provides state-funded public education for students from Kindergarden through the 12th grade. Napa Valley College, Santa Rosa Junior College, Pacific Union College and Sonoma State University are within easy-driving distance.
The Sharpsteen Museum presents the history of the upper Napa Valley from its pre-history to post WWI.
Upper Valley Disposal & Recycling
Upper Valley Disposal & Recycling offers weekly residential and commercial refuse and recycling service throughout the upper Napa Valley.