Our Winter 2023 Activity Guide (PDF) is now available to view online! Our Activity guide highlights the Town's classes, programs, and special events.
REGISTER NOW FOR CLASSES CURRENTLY OFFERED
Online registration is available for all programs, events, and classes.
REGISTRATION DATES FOR WINTER 2023
Incorporated Danville Residents: December 6, 2022, at 8:00 a.m.
Open Registration: December 13, 2022, at 8:00 a.m.
REGISTRATION DATES FOR SPRING 2023
Incorporated Danville Residents: February 14, 2023, at 8:00 a.m.
Open Registration: February 21, 2023, at 8:00 a.m.
Adult and Senior Classes - we've moved!
Adult and senior classes are now located in the activity guide!
To find the latest and greatest class offerings and events for adults and seniors, check out our new location in the Winter 2023 Activity Guide (PDF). For questions or registration assistance, please call (925) 314-3430.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO ALAMO RESIDENTS
All Alamo residents are eligible to register for Town-sponsored programs scheduled at Hap Magee Ranch park during the resident registration period. Non-resident fees still apply for these classes and activities. Call us to register on the listed "resident only" registration days.
RESIDENCY STATUS CLARIFICATION
For residents outside the incorporated Town of Danville limits:
Each quarter, the Town receives a number of questions regarding the residency status for individuals and families wishing to register for Town-sponsored programs and activities. Those living outside the Danville Town limits include residents of the communities of Alamo and Diablo, and the Alamo Creek, Bettencourt Ranch, Blackhawk, Bryan Ranch, Monterosso, Shadow Creek, and Whitegate housing developments. In order to verify your residency in Danville, you can:
- Look up your street address in the index of the Thomas Bros. Guide; it will state Danville or Contra Costa County for zip code 94506
- Review the information on your property tax bill
- Check your residency status online
The program and facility fees cover a large portion of the actual costs, though Town of Danville residents also partially support the classes, events and facilities through their property tax assessments. Because of this, those program participants and individuals reserving Town facilities who live outside of Danville pay an additional non-resident charge.