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  1. ALL Fireworks Illegal in Contra Costa County

    We would like to remind residents that ALL Fireworks are illegal in Contra Costa County

    As we head towards July 4, we would like to remind residents that ALL Fireworks are illegal in Contra Costa County. Read on...
  2. Find out about Danville Town Council Proclamations

    Danville Town Council Proclamations

    Find out about Danville Town Council Proclamations and see the Proclamations that the Town Council has issued this year. Additional Info...
  3. Stay Informed in an Emergency. www.danville.ca.gov www.cwsalerts.com @DanvilleINFO @DanvilleCA

    Stay Informed

    Find out how you can stay informed during an emergency. Additional Info...
  4. Summerfest

    Downtown Streets to Close for Summerfest

    Over 150 arts, crafts and food vendors will line Hartz Avenue over June 25 – 26, 2022 (10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) for the return of Danville Summerfest. Read on...
  5. NIGHT OUT 2022

    Danville Police to Support National Night Out on August 2

    Danville Residents are reminded to mark Tuesday, August 2, 2022, on their calendars as a night to get out and meet their neighbors and local law enforcement during the National Night Out Event. Read on...
  6. 4th of July

    Town Prepares for Kiwanis July 4 Parade

    The Town of Danville and the Kiwanis Club of San Ramon Valley are preparing for the return of the Kiwanis July 4 Parade in downtown Danville. To improve logistic management, the parade route will be modified to end at Town and Country Drive. Read on...
  7. Statement from Danville Mayor, Newell Arnerich

    Statement from Danville Mayor, Newell Arnerich

    As most reasonable people do, I share the visceral reactions of many in our community to hate speech groups and hate in general. This past Saturday, a small group of people stood at the corner of Blackhawk Rd and Camino Tassajara Rd, displaying banners Read on...
  8. Bike Benefits for Commuters

    Benefits for Every Danville Commuter

    Whether you want to commute by bike, bus or BART- 511 Contra Costa County can help make your transition to a new travel mode easier with their robust commuter resources. Read on...
  9. IHT crossing at Greenbrook Dr

    Community Feedback Sought for Danville’s Local Roadway Safety Plan

    The Town of Danville is seeking community feedback to help in developing a Local Roadway Safety Plan (LRSP) geared towards improving traffic safety for drivers, bicyclists, and pedestrians. Read on...
  10. Kids in Volunteer Police Car

    Cop Cars to the Community Program

    Do you know someone who would love to turn on the lights on a police car and discover a little more about being a police officer? Read on...
  11. DIABLO-(1)

    Diablo Vista Park Receives New Sports Field Lights

    Diablo Vista Park is home to a variety of sports leagues, from youth soccer, baseball, lacrosse and rugby all the way up to adult soccer and softball. Read on...
  12. Summer 2022 Activity Guide Front Page

    Our Summer 2022 Activity Guide is now available

    REGISTRATION DATES FOR SUMMER 2022 Incorporated Danville Residents: MAY 9, 2022, at 8:00 a.m. Open Registration: MAY 16, 2022, at 8:00 a.m. Read on...
  13. Gazebo at Hap Magee Ranch Park

    The Gazebo Gets a Face Lift

    The Town of Danville had planned on replacing the Gazebo at Hap Magee Ranch Park, however due to supply chain issues, the price tripled from the estimate originally received. Read on...
  14. Center Spread Main Photo

    Think Outside...

    Danville residents share a love for the great outdoors, and with spacious parks, trails and outdoor spaces right on our doorstep, we have plenty of reasons to head outside to relax, unwind and enjoy this outstanding community. Read on...
  15. Climate Change Website

    SB 1383: Reducing Methane Gas Climate Pollution

    On January 1, 2022, Senate Bill 1383—Reducing Short-Lived Climate Pollutants in California took effect. SB 1383 requires the state to reduce organic waste disposal by 75% by 2025. Read on...
  16. Climate Change Newsflash

    What can Danville residents do to impact climate change? Change your MCE Plan!

    On April 22, 2022, celebrate Earth Day by taking the MCE Deep Green Challenge. It’s an easy step to help fight climate change. Many in the Danville community power their homes with MCE Light Green 60%. Read on...
  17. Dog Must Be On A Leash At All Times - Sign

    Residents Reminded of Danville Leash Ordinance

    The Town of Danville is calling on residents to follow Town ordinances and keep their dogs on leash while out and about. Danville Leash Ordinance Information
  18. 10-8 Facebook Live Community Update

    "10-8" Facebook Live - Community Updates

    Join Danville Police Chief Allan Shields every Wednesday at 5:00 P.M. on Facebook Live for the Town of Danville Police Department's weekly community update. Read on...
  19. Here Comes The Rain Again (351 x 300 px)

    Wet Weather Driving Tips

    Danville Police Department's advice for wet weather driving Read on...
  20. Wine tasting

    Town Council Invites Applications for Business Promotion Funds

    In its ongoing effort to support local businesses, the Town of Danville is again offering Business Promotion Funds for qualified brick and mortar businesses and local business organizations. Read on...
  21. Resources

    Mental Health Resources

    One in 5 adults struggle with their mental health. These issues can vary in impact, ranging from no impairment to severe impairment. If someone is experiencing a mental health crisis, do you know where and how to get help? Read on...
  22. Red Front Door

    Town submits an appeal for a revision of its share of the regional housing need

    On July 9, 2021, The Town of Danville submitted an appeal for a revision of its share of the regional housing need for the 6th Cycle Regional Housing Needs Assessment (RHNA). Read on...
  23. DanvilleTownTalks Website Homepage

    Danville launches new community engagement website www.DanvilleTownTalks.org

    The Danville community has a new way to connect with their Town government. The newly launched www.DanvilleTownTalks.org expands the community’s options for providing input, ideas, feedback, and comments on local issues. Read on...
  24. Town of Danville Update

    Town Facts Regarding Police Services and Officer-Involved Shootings

    The Town has published the following FAQs regarding Police Services to address questions from residents concerning the recent officer-involved shooting incidents. Read on...
  25. Bludot app showing on open mobile screen

    Danville Business Directory Launched

    The new Danville Business Directory is the digital version of the Live Locally Guide. Read on...
  26. ADU Rendering

    Garden Cottage ADU Program Begins

    Beginning Monday, August 31, 2020 the Garden Cottage Program begins. Under the program, residents can get pre-approved plans for Accessory Dwelling Units that can be built on their property. Read on...
  27. Woman filling up a water bottle at a hydration station

    Fill It Up at the Hydration Station

    To provide residents with an alternative to single-use plastic bottles, the Town of Danville has installed hydration stations at both the Danville Community Center, 420 Front St, and the Veterans Memorial Building, 400 Hartz Avenue. Hydration Stations in Danvile
  28. Danville Street Light

    Reporting A Street Light Outage

    If you see a street light out in your neighborhood, do you know how to report it? Reporting a Street Light Outage
  29. Januray - September Traffic Incidents by Age Group

    Speed Leads to Rise in Traffic Accidents

    Danville Police are asking residents to watch their speed and take their time, in order to get to their destinations safely, as an uptick in traffic accidents was seen in 2019. Advice on watching your speed from Danville PD
  30. Danville Neighbourhood

    Tips To Improve Home Security – CPTED

    Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) is a crime prevention philosophy based on the idea that the proper design and effective use of the built environment can help prevent crime and increase quality of life. Improving Home Security Tips
  31. Are you ready?

    Emergency Preparedness – Are You Ready?

    Families and communities can help cope with emergencies by preparing in advance and working together as a team. Read about some simple things you can do to get started. Getting started with Emergency Preparedness
  32. Are you ready?

    Emergency Preparedness – Are You Ready?

    Families and communities can help cope with emergencies by preparing in advance and working together as a team. Read about some simple things you can do to get started. Getting started with Emergency Preparedness
  33. Railroad Avenue

    Gas Tax and Fees Help Fund Local Road Repairs

    SB 1, the statewide transportation investment package, provides more than $700,000 in direct funding for Danville's critical road infrastructure. SB1 Information
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