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  1. Police Chief Scott Booth speaks to officers before Thursday&#39s first community walk.

    Police Department holds first community walk

    (Posted Thursday, Feb. 22) Danville Police officers walked door-to-door Thursday afternoon in the Cardinal Village neighborhood to reach out to residents. The community walk was the first in a series of 12 planned for the next year. Read on...
  2. Exterior photo of Municipal Building

    City Council OKs new policy for gas connections

    (Posted Tuesday, Feb. 20) City Council tonight approved a policy geared to coax customers to use natural gas as a primary source of heating. Under the new policy, Danville Utilities will install up to 300 feet of service line at no cost. Read on...
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    Repairs slated for trail bridge behind Public Works

    (Posted Monday, Feb. 19) The Riverwalk Trail walking bridge located behind the Public Works yard, downstream from the Crossing at the Dan pedestrian bridge, will be closed from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. this Tuesday and Wednesday for maintenance. Read on...
  4. Photo of Council Chambers

    Council will meet Tuesday in a business session

    (Posted Friday, Feb. 16) City Council will meet Tuesday, Feb.20, in a business session at 7 p.m. The session is open to the public and will be aired live by River City TV airs. There will be no work session. Read on...
  5. Exterior photo of James F. Ingram Justice Center (courthouse)

    Courthouse to close for Presidents Day

    (Posted Wednesday, Feb. 14) The James F. Ingram Justice Center (Danville courthouse) will be closed on Monday, Feb. 19, for Presidents Day. The Municipal Building and all other City of Danville administrative offices will be open.
  6. (Left to Right) Danville Running and Fitness Club President L.C. Moore, The Brick Running and Tri St

    Danville named runner friendly community

    (Posted Tuesday, Feb. 13) Danville recently was named a Runner Friendly Community by the Road Runners Club of America, which takes into account community infrastructure, community support and local government support for running. Read on...
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    The Launch Place invests in IoT company

    (Posted Monday, Feb. 12) The Launch Place today announced it is investing $200,000 in Chapel Hill-based mesur.io, an internet of things (IoT) company that focuses on providing ag-based businesses with automated data tracking and analytics. Read on...
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    Riverwalk Trail sections inaccessible due to flooding

    (Posted Monday, Feb. 12) Due to flooding, sections of the Riverwalk Trail are inaccessible. These sections include the access at Sandy River Park. Trail users are reminded that flood waters are never safe and to err on the side of caution. Read on...
  9. Exterior photo of Municipal Building

    City Council Oks sign changes for downtown

    ((Posted Friday, Feb. 9) City Council voted Tuesday night to change the sign code to create identical regulations, including the number and sizes of signs, for both the Central Business Commercial and Tobacco Warehouse Commercial zones. Read on...
  10. Scott Booth, right, sworn in by Clerk of Circuit Court Gerald Gibson

    City introduces Booth as new chief of police

    (Posted Friday, Feb. 9) A packed-house gathering in City Council Chambers earlier this week welcomed Scott Booth as Danville’s new chief of police. Booth pledged to his best, saying, “I want us to work together to solve problems.” Read on...
  11. Danville Utilities sign on building

    City plans electrical line upgrade on Arnett

    (Posted Friday, Feb. 9) Danville Utilities has scheduled an electrical line upgrade beginning Monday, Feb. 12, on a portion of Arnett Boulevard and the surrounding area that will require intermittent power outages for three to four weeks. Read on...
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    Cabin Fever Music Series resumes Saturday

    (Posted Tuesday, Feb. 6) The Cabin Fever Music Series resumes Saturday, Feb. 10, at the Community Market. The Castaways will perform its unique flavor of beach, soul and rock n’ roll. Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets are $8 at the door. Read on...
  13. Graphic - It&#39s not too late to fight the flu

    Health District sets up free flu shot clinics

    (Posted Thursday, Feb. 1) The Pittsylvania-Danville Health District office has set up two free flu shot drive-thru clinics. The first will be Friday, Feb. 2, at Hobby Lobby. The second will be Saturday, Feb. 10, at the Community Market. Read on...
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    City to receive top fire protection rating

    (Posted Monday, Jan. 29) A national company that rates fire departments based on their training and fire suppression and prevention capabilities has reclassified Danville as a class 1 community, which is the highest rating possible. Read on...
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  1. Danville Bike Share

    Danville Rides Bike Share

    The Danville Rides Program is a way to provide transportation and recreation to the citizens of Danville. Users can check out a bike from one of our five bike lockers situated conveniently along the Riverwalk Trail and return the bike to the same or a different locker when they are done using it; all for a very minimal fee.

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  1. Scheduled City Road Closure Map

    Scheduled Road Closures Map

    This interactive map pinpoints the location of scheduled road closures/traffic disruptions and provides detail on the number of lanes closed, the lane side and direction and scheduled date and time of the closure. This map also provides added detail on the purpose of the construction, suggested alternate routes and contact information if additional information is needed. Search by address to discover scheduled projects in your area.

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    Danville Utilities Customer Portal

    The City of Danville has launched a new utility customer web portal with an interactive map that provides real-time information about power outages. This portal allows customers to not only search for or report power outages online, but also to track their utility consumption, view their bills and make payments.

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