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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

Discover Danville Association

  


2014 Visitor Guide

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Spring "Tri-It!" list

> Go the distance along the Iron Horse Trail through Pleasanton, Danville, San Ramon and Dublin

Stock up on the season’s freshest produce and locally-made goods at the Dublin Farmers’ Market, April 17-September 25

> See and be seen at the Blackhawk Food, Wine and Film Festival in Danville, May 15

> Cheer or sneer at some of opera’s most famous figures at Livermore Valley Opera’s Villains and Heroes at the Firehouse Arts Center in Pleasanton, May 24

> Find inspiration at the Art & Wind Festival in San Ramon, May 25-26

 



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