Visitors to Danville
you’re here to shop, enjoy a meal, utilize a service or merely meander around
the town, there are plenty of opportunities for parking in downtown Danville,
including six municipal parking lots available for public use free of charge,
and time-limited street parking. For a
public parking map, displaying the downtown’s more than 1,400 available public parking
spaces, click HERE.
Downtown Danville Business Owners and Employees
If you are a merchant,
manager, or employee in the downtown Danville area, you are eligible to apply
for a Downtown
Parking Permit. The
goal of the program is to ensure that there are sufficient parking opportunities for visitors and
patrons, as well as for employees and merchants, of the downtown business
district. Permits are free or available at a nominal annual fee, eliminate the
need to repark cars throughout the day to avoid parking citations, and allow
employees to park all day in more than 300 conveniently-located
parking spaces. Click HERE to begin the application, or apply in person at the
Danville Police Department.
Other parking information available online include:
Transportation Department510 La Gonda WayDanville, CA 94526
Monday - Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
General Inquiries: (925) 314-3310Traffic Signal Problems: (925) 313-7052Missing/Damaged Signs: (925) 314-3450Missing/Damaged Stop Signs (after hours): (925) 820-2144
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.