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Home > Tri-Valley History > Danville

Danville is known for its small-town atmosphere and outstanding quality of life. Visitors can shop the tree-lined streets of Danville’s historic downtown, dine at one of the town’s award-winning restaurants, or explore the nature trails by bike or on foot. Visitors are also drawn to one of the region’s biggest ecological treasures, Mt. Diablo State Park, with a 3,849-foot peak that offers views of the Greater San Francisco Bay Area. With a population of approximately 43,250, Danville is known for its small-town atmosphere and its outstanding quality of life. And with nearly 300 days of sunshine every year it isn't hard to see why this is a preferred destination.  After 130 years, the small settlement on the banks of the Sycamore Creek has grown from a blacksmith shop to a thriving community.

The Town of Danville

Danville Area Chamber of Commerce

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2014 Visitor Guide

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Summer in the Tri-Valley

> Pack a picnic and bring the kids for a night of music and dance at San Ramon's Summer Concerts in the Park in Central Park, June 29-August 3

> See and be seen at the Town of Danville's Thursday Night Street Festival, August 7

Stock up on the season’s freshest produce and locally-made goods at the Dublin Farmers’ Market, Now through September 25

> Grab your kilt and let the games begin! Show your Scottish pride at the Caledonian Club of San Francisco's Scottish Gathering and Games at the Alameda County Fairgrounds in Pleasanton, August 30-31

> Attention wine lovers! Livermore Valley's 33rd Annual Harvest Wine Celebration is not to be missed, August 31


 


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