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    City reopens sections of Riverwalk Trail sections

    (Posted Friday, Oct. 19) The Parks and Recreation Department has cleared and reopened sections of the Riverwalk Trail; however, trail users should proceed with caution and obey all signage and barricades. Anglers Park is now open. Read on...
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    City Council extends local state of emergency

    (Posted Tuesday, Oct. 16) City Council voted tonight to extend the local state of emergency until Friday, Oct. 26, because of continuing infrastructure issues – including ones that may be compromised if even a moderate rain event occurs. Read on...
  3. BGF logo

    Governor: N.C. relocating, bringing 65 jobs to city

    (Posted Tuesday, Oct. 16) Gov. Northam today announced that BGF Industries will invest $7 million to relocate its corporate headquarters and research and development operation from Greensboro to the Cyber Park in Danville. Read on...
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    City waives restrictions on storm debris collection

    (Posted Sunday, Oct. 14) For the next two weeks, restrictions are waived for pickup of tree limbs, brush and other storm debris for residents who pay the full refuse fee. Restrictions also are waived for collection of flood-damaged items. Read on...
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    Program aims for youths to trade gang life for working life

    (Posted Tuesday, Oct. 9) The City of Danville today kicked off a nine-week program, called Project Imagine, to give gang members a future off the streets by providing them with a paid work experience and mentoring while on the job. Read on...
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    City Council OKs low rate for data centers

    (Posted Friday, Oct. 5) City Council last night voted unanimously to create a new, low tangible personal property tax rate specific to data processing centers. The new rate is designed to attract data centers to the city. Read on...
  7. Loose leaf collection crew in action

    City collecting loose leaves from neighborhoods

    (Posted Thursday, Oct. 4) Public Works crews will collect loose leaves at the curb from residential neighborhoods through Jan. 31. Leaves are collected each week on the same day as scheduled garbage collection as volume of leaves allows. Read on...
  8. Exterior photo of James F. Ingram Justice Center (courthouse)

    Courthouse to close for Columbus Day

    (Posted Wednesday, Oct. 3) The James F. Ingram Justice Center (Danville courthouse) will be closed on Monday, Oct. 8, for the Columbus Day holiday. The Municipal Building and all other City of Danville administrative offices will be open.
  9. Police car with Community and Youth Engagement logo

    Police launch Bus & Breakfast Buddies program

    (Posted Wednesday, Sept. 26) The Police Department on Tuesday launched a new program that pairs officers with students arriving at schools as the students exit their bus and head to breakfast before beginning classes. Read on...
  10. Market Monster Mash Logo

    City gearing up for Market Monster Mash

    (Posted Wednesday, Sept. 26) This Halloween, Parks and Recreation will host the Market Monster Mash at the Community Market. To register a trunk or reserve vendor space, call 793-4636 or go to www.PlayDanvilleVA.com/MonsterMash. Read on...
  11. Preservation In Partnership map of competing cities

    Danville competing to win preservation grant

    (Posted Monday, Sept. 24) Danville has been selected as one of 20 participants in the National 2018 Partners in Preservation campaign. Visit VoteYourMainStreet.org to secure funding to help preserve properties at 206-208 North Union St. News release from River District Association
  12. River City Coworking logo

    Coworking space opens in the River District

    (Posted Monday, Sept. 24) Danville is following the shift away from traditional office space to coworking space with the opening of River City Coworking. The site at 101 South Ridge St. offers different levels of member access. Read on...
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  1. GIS New Webpage

    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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    Danville Utilities Website

    Danville Utilities has a new website for customers! You can create an account to view your usage, make account changes, pay your bill, and report an outage. The new design also has  resources for our customers on ways to conserve, save, and stay safe. Information is also available on the new resources available at the Danville Public Library: Kill-A-Watt Energy Monitors and thermal cameras!


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    Play Danville Park Finder
    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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