In continuing efforts to promote economic development, the Town provides parking opportunities for merchants and employees who work in the Downtown area. In 2009, the Town adopted a Downtown Parking Management Plan which includes several improvements to, and an expansion of, the Downtown Employee Parking Permit Program. Merchants and employees of the Downtown area are encouraged to participate in the employee permit program, as it allows all day parking in select areas of the Downtown while enhancing customer parking turnover within the prime downtown locations.
2018 Employee Parking Permits are available beginning December 1, 2018 for purchase online by clicking here. As part of the purchasing process, you must provide proof of employment either in the form of a recent pay stub or business card. Verification can be completed through the online ordering process, or by submitting documents in person to the Danville Police Department, 510 La Gonda Way, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Employee permit parking areas are now divided into three “zones” throughout the Downtown. The “zones” are colored white, red, and blue on the Employee Permit Parking Map for reference purposes. When purchasing a permit for Zone 2 (“red”) or Zone 3 (“blue”), it is required that your place of business or employment is in the immediate vicinity. All permit holders are eligible to park in Zone 1 (“white”). Please reference the permit parking map when determining your parking zone. Additionally, parking zones posted in the field on existing parking signs.
Employee parking permit stickers shall be placed by affixing it to the inside windshield on the lower left-hand side (driver’s side).
Danville Police Department510 La Gonda WayDanville, CA 94526
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Monday - Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
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2017 Employee Parking Permit Program Info
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Public Parking Map
The Town of Danville commissioned a Downtown Parking Utilization Assessment Study to evaluate the current parking conditions in its downtown core and to identity and recommend any operational or policy changes to maximize parking availability to patrons. The findings of the Draft Study are based on field data and observations collected during August and October 2015 as well as March 2016. The Study compares the new data to information collected as a part of the 2009 Downtown Parking Assessment Study, and essentially is an update to the earlier study.