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    Town COVID-19 Update 3/27/2020

    This update discusses the Town's plans to hold Virtual Town Council meetings, the Statewide Moratorium on Evictions, FAQs for the Stay at Home Order, advice for our Seniors and information on some of the questions the Town is receiving from residents. Read on...
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    Message to the Community from Police Chief Allan Shields

    Police Chief, Allan Shields addresses the community asking residents to follow the guidelines of the shelter order. Read on...
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    Support Local Restaurants - Restaurants provide takeout during shelter in place

    The Town of Danville and Danville Area Chamber of Commerce is focused on balancing the health and safety of the community with the economic impacts resulting from the Coronavirus and the disruption it is creating worldwide. Read on...
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    Play Areas, Basketball and Tennis Courts Temporarily Closed

    In order to adhere to the Shelter in Place order and work to limit the spread of the coronavirus, the Town of Danville temporarily closed the play areas and sports courts at area parks. Read on...
  5. Stay Home Order, Grocery shops will remain open. Open: Grocery Stores, Pharmacies, Restaurants (Take

    Stay Home Order

    Contra Costa with Health Officers from the Bay Area have announced a Public Health Order that requires residents to stay home except for essential needs. Read on...
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    Small Business Low-Interest Disaster Loans Available

    In an effort to support local small businesses suffering from economic loss as a result of the Coronavirus, the U.S. Small Business administration is offering low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital to keep your business operating. Read on...
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    Corona Virus Updates

    Latest updates from the Town of Danville and Contra Costa Health Services. Read on...
  8. Danville Summer Camp Instructor and Kid hang upside down

    Take a look at the Danville Summer Camps Guide 2020

    Registration opens Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020 (Residents) · Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2020 (open registration) Register online: www.danville.ca.gov/recguide View the Summer Camp Guide 2020
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    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
  10. Danville Town Green

    Parks and Sports Fields Go Organic

    Turf areas in the Town’s sports fields have shifted to the use of organic fertilizers to keep the fields green. Organic Fertilizing Program
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    Recycling Costs Drive Waste Management Fee Increase

    Major shifts in the way recyclables are bought and sold on the international market are being felt in California, and Danville residents will be seeing an increase to their solid waste and recycling fees as a result. Changes in Recycling costs
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    Replacing the La Gonda Way Bridge

    Town of Danville Engineering staff has begun the design work to replace the La Gonda Way Bridge, located just east of Danville Boulevard. La Gonda Way Bridge Project
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    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
  14. 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
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    Sprucing Up Hap Magee Ranch Park

    This spring look for a new and revitalized play area at Hap Magee Ranch Park. The aging play structures at this wonderful town amenity will see major renovations from this project that kicked off in fall 2019. Hap Magee Ranch Park Improvements
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    Summer Work to Improve San Ramon Valley Boulevard

    Currently in the design phase, the project is expected to slurry seal and restripe a segment of San Ramon Valley Boulevard between Podva Road and Jewel Terrace. San Ramon Valley Boulevard Improvement Project
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    Sycamore Park and Ride Expansion

    An expansion project is currently under design by the Town to provide an additional 120 parking spaces to meet current and future demand. Sycamore Park and Ride Expansion Project
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    Wet Weather Driving Tips

    Danville Police Department's advice for wet weather driving Read on...
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    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
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    Did you know that for 16 years in a row, the Town of Danville’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) has received a Certificate in Outstanding Financial Reporting from the Government Finance Officers’ Association (GFOA)? Find out about the CAFR
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    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
  22. 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
  23. Live Locally Guide 2020 Front Cover

    Live Locally!

    Live Locally means enjoying the best of what Danville has to offer, whether it's shopping downtown, sharing a meal out with family, enjoying a theatre performance or art gallery exhibit or talking a stroll through one of our parks or open spaces. Read on...
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    Town of Danville Buildings now using 100% renewable energy

    In Mid-July, the Town of Danville switched many of the Town's primary buildings to 100% renewable energy Find out about 100% renewable energy
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    Street Sweeping Schedule Online

    Residents uncertain about when their streets are swept, can now take a look online at a map which outlines the general plan for sweeping. Street Sweeping Schedule
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    Improvements to Bicycle Routes

    Town continues to improve safety and enhance the bicyclist experience by investing in upgrades to bicycle facilities. Bicycle Routes Improvement Information
  27. 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
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    Danville Police Launch 'You Are Not Alone' program

    A new program introduced by the Danville Police Department will provide some peace of mind to seniors living on their own. YANA Program Information
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    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
  30. Teen Zone at the Danville Library

    New Teen Zone Unveiled at the Danville Library

    New zone unveiled this winter replaced outdated reference shelves with collaborative seating, charging tower, 25 new seats and an extra punch of brightness. Teen Zone Information
  31. Museum of SRV Spotlight

    Volunteers Sought at Museum, Park & Visitor Center

    Share your love of Danville history with the community by volunteering at the Museum, Park & Visitor Center. Volunteer at the Museum, Park and Visitor Center
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