Get Involved

Help shape the community we live in by getting involved in town government, attending a public meeting, volunteering, joining an advisory body, or simply remembering to shop local in support of our local merchants. Danville offers a wide variety of programs and initiatives to help you get involved in your town. expands the community’s options for providing input, ideas, feedback, and comments on local issues and is a great way for the Danville community to connect with their town government. website homepage


Take a look at our volunteer opportunities page. Opportunities are posted throughout the year for volunteers who are 12 years old and up. Danville also has opportunities for both individuals or groups looking for a community project.

Take a CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) Course

Commissions & Committees

Consider serving as an appointed representative on one of the Town's Commissions or Committees. The most important qualifications for serving are an interest and willingness to serve. Clicking on the link above will take you to the commissions page, which has a list of open commission seats, as well as information on how to apply.


Danville Business Directory
The creation of a free comprehensive online directory of local businesses has allowed them to showcase their goods and services, hours of operation, promotions, and more.

Take a look and discover what our community has to offer!

Town Meetings

For those who want to feel their voice is heard but do not have the time to make a commitment to a commission or committee, the Town Council meets the first and third Tuesday night of each month at 5:00 p.m. Meetings are currently being held via the web-video communication platform Zoom. 

Members of the public are encouraged to attend public meetings of the Town Council and the Town’s Boards and Commissions. View the Danville Public Meeting Schedule (PDF). Please note that meeting times can change. Verify meeting dates and times on the posted agenda.

The Town of Danville encourages citizens to participate in public meetings.  Members of the public can watch or listen to meetings via the web-video communication platform Zoom.  Agendas are posted on the Town website: 

Public comments may be provided in one of two ways: 

  1. Zoom - verbal comments 

  2. Email - written comments

Zoom: To provide live comments during a virtual meeting, join the meeting at the scheduled time via the Zoom link provided on each agenda. When the agenda item is opened to public comment, click on the "Raise Your Hand" option in Zoom. Your name will be announced and you will have up to 3 minutes to share your comments.   

Email: To provide written comments, send an email to the staff contact listed on the agenda prior to the comment deadline. Correspondence should include the meeting date and agenda item number.  All comments received prior to the deadline specified on the agenda will be provided to the Council/Commission/Board members in advance of the meeting.  Written comments will not be read into the record. 

If you have questions, contact the City Clerk at 925-314-3401 or email the City Clerk.