Belia Ramos grew up in Pope Valley and St. Helena and lives with her family in American Canyon. She is the incumbent and has served in this position since 2017. Belia Ramos is seeking a second term as the District 5 Supervisor because she is “dedicated to making Napa County a great place to live, work and raise a family.”
As the District 5 Supervisor, Belia Ramos has focused on improving transportation and infrastructure, affordable housing, and helping residents rebuild after the 2017 and 2019 storms. Her achievements include promoting alternatives to Highway 29 and implementing Measure T and SB 1 funds to repave county roads. She also secured funding for 329 affordable housing units and wants to create a funding mechanism to construct more Accessible Dwelling Units (ADUs). Supervisor Ramos serves as the Elected Vice President of the Association of Bay Area Governments where she addresses the housing crisis. Prior to her election to the County Board of Supervisors, she served as a member of the American Canyon City Council from 2012 to 2016, where she focused on transportation, economic development, public art, public safety, and community engagement.
Supervisor Ramos is running against Mariam Aboudamous, the current Vice Mayor of the American Canyon City Council. Despite a similar progressive agenda, Supervisor Ramos is the better progressive choice because of her track record and experience.
Based on our analysis, Belia Ramos is a strong choice for progressive leadership in office.