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    City Council will meet in business, work sessions

    (Posted Friday, July 13) City Council will meet Tuesday, July 17, in a business session and two work sessions. The first session is a work session at 5:30 p.m. The business session begins at 7 p.m., followed by a second work session. Read on...
  2. Police Chief Scott Booth and graduating student Anita White

    40 graduate from first Youth Police Academy

    (Posted Thursday, July 12) A special class of students – 40 youths ages 10 to 16 – graduated today from a one-of-a-kind academy – the Danville Youth Police Academy. The academy was designed to build bridges between officers and youths. Read on...
  3. Danville Transit buses

    Danville Transit service back on Patton Street

    (Posted Wednesday, July 11) Danville Transit today resumed fixed route bus service along Patton Street. The street reopened on Tuesday to through traffic following completion of the eight-month storm water drainage project. Read on...
  4. Police community engagement day poster

    Police Department will hold community event

    (Posted Tuesday, July 10) The Police Department will hold its next community engagement day on Friday, July 13, at the Danville Boys and Girls Club. The event will feature a Hawaiian party theme and begin at 2 p.m. Read on...
  5. Travis Tritt

    Tickets on sale for concert featuring Travis Tritt

    (Posted Monday, July 9) Tickets go on sale today for Danville Harvest Jubilee's final show in the Summer Concert Series. The final show will be held Saturday, Sept. 29, at the Carrington Pavilion and features recording artist Travis Tritt. Read on...
  6. Music on Main Logo

    Free, outdoor concert will feature jazz music

    (Posted Monday, July 9) Parks and Recreation’s Music on Main concert series will continue at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, July 12, at Main Street Plaza. The free, outdoor concert will feature the jazz sound of Small Town Orchestra. Read on...
  7. Road work sign

    Patton Street project coming to a close

    (Posted Friday, July 6) The Patton Street storm water drainage project is coming to a close, with paving scheduled on Monday, July 9, for Patton Street and milled portions of South Union, Market and Lynn streets. Read on...
  8. Exterior photo of main branch of the Danville Public Library

    Library modifies hours at main building

    (Posted Thursday, July 5) The Danville Public Library has modified the Saturday and Wednesday service hours at its main building on Patton Street. The new hours will be 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays and 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Wednesdays. Read on...
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    Next regular City Council meeting will be Thursday

    (Posted Monday, July 2) The next meeting of City Council will be held on Thursday, July 5, instead of the first Tuesday of the month as normal. The change in dates is due to the holiday schedule. The business session begins at 7 p.m. Read on...
  10. Mayor Alonzo Jones, right, and Vice Mayor Lee Vogler, left.

    City Council picks Jones to serve as mayor

    (Posted Monday, July 2) City Council today elected Councilman Alonzo Jones to serve as mayor and Councilman Lee Vogler as vice mayor for the next two years. They will be serving their first term as mayor and vice mayor. Read on...
  11. Traffic alert sign

    Riverside Drive rebuild to begin after holiday

    (Posted Monday, July 2) Reconstruction of two eastbound lanes of Riverside Drive from the bridge over Sandy Creek to Audubon Drive is scheduled to begin following the July Fourth holiday. Be alert to altered traffic patterns. Read on...
  12. Danville Utilities sign on building

    Danville Utilities receives peak power alert

    (Posted Friday, June 29) Danville Utilities has received a peak power alert for early next week and requests electric customers to conserve power from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Monday, July 2, and from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, July 3. Read on...
  13. USA flag

    City government offices closed on July Fourth

    (Posted on Wednesday, June 27) The Municipal Building and all other City administrative offices will be closed on Wednesday, July 4, in observance of Independence Day. The library also will be closed. Danville Transit will not operate. Read on...
  14. Police chief speaks to kids during first day of academy

    Police Department kicks off youth academy

    (Posted Monday, June 25) The Police Department today kicked off its first Youth Engagement Academy at Langston Focus School. The academy builds positive relationships between police and children. Forty children, ages 10 to 16, are attending. Read on...
  15. Mayor John Gilstrap, left, receives plaque of appreciation Tuesday.

    Mayor bids farewell, says ‘privilege to serve’

    (Posted Thursday, June 21) John Gilstrap bid farewell as mayor earlier this week at the business meeting of City Council, saying, “I truly love this city, and it has been a joy, pleasure and privilege to serve as long as I have.” Read on...
  16. Exterior photo of Municipal Building

    City Council OKs budget for next fiscal year

    (Posted Wednesday, June 20) City Council voted last night to adopt a budget that maintains basic city services and programs and provides enhanced benefits for public safety employees effective. The budget takes effect July 1. Read on...
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    New GIS Homepage


    As part of our commitment to providing the best possible spatial maps, apps, and information, the Information Technology's GIS Division is proud to present a new homepage! All of our mapping applications are available here in a brand new tile-based format. As part of this new rollout, we will be phasing out the existing 'Maps' page with greater functionality on the new site. We hope you will enjoy the City’s latest interactive mapping experience!

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    FY 2019 Introductory Budget


    This budget supports continued efforts to reclaim Danville’s status as a place of economic opportunity and an attractive, safe, desirable place in which to live. The Introductory FY 2019 Budget includes resources to continue to provide basic municipal services and also make additional investments in the focus areas identified by City Council: reduce crime, improve education, and grow Danville. 
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    Find all of Danville’s parks, playgrounds, baseball/soccer fields, disc golf courses, trails, and more! Use the measure tool to plan a nice 2 mile walk along the trails, use the drawing tools to show your friends where to meet up! Bookmark your favorite places, and use the Base Map Gallery to view the map in new and different ways...go out and play, Danville!

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