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A suburb of Oakland, Danville is located in the San Ramon Valley. It is one of the wealthiest suburbs in the bay area and is home to the Aviva Energy Corporation. Every Saturday the city has a farmer's market next door to the San Ramon Valley Museum. The city is named for Daniel Inman who purchased the area in 1854. The Village Theater hosts Broadway shows locally for residents. Today Danville is known as the home of characters Phineas and Ferb from the Disney cartoon of the same name.

Population: 41715
Local Newspapers: The San Ramon Valley Sentinel The San Ramon Valley Times
Local Sports Teams: Oakland Athletics (MLB) Golden State Warriors (NBA)
Local Colleges:

Zip Codes associated with danville, california: 94506 94507 94526
Towns/Cities near danville, california : Alamo Oaks Diablo Alamo San Ramon

Danville News
Tri-Valley Lunar New Year gala set for Sunday

Attendees watch a Chinese lion dance during the first Tri-Valley Lunar New Year gala two years ago. This year's event is scheduled for Sunday evening at the Blackhawk Museum.

Bonus Weekend Podcast: Barbara Carroll, Barbara Gelb, Eugene O'Neill

Eugene O'Neill, one of America's great playwrights, and his wife Carlotta, pose with their pet cat at Tao House, their Danville, Calif., home, Aug. 10, 1939. ) Last week, we were saddened to learn of the deaths of Barbara Carroll and Barbara Gelb.

Roadwork Projects Feb. 13-15 in Danville

Excavation and slide repair eastbound on Diablo Road between Fairview Dr and Avenida Nueva. During the work the eastbound lane will be closed and signal crews will be on hand to control traffic flow.

Crews set to repair potholes in Danville

Repair work is set to begin on Monday and continue through Wednesday. Workers will fix potholes, repave roads and slide repair.

Danville: Tao House to hold master classes for high schoolers

Tao House's Eugene O'Neil Foundation will hold its 26th annual Student Days master classes for talented high schoolers March 11 and March 18. Classes will include digital and visual design, acting, photography and playwriting - all taught by professionals. Students can attend one of the free sessions.

Danville: New youth theater company has can-do attitude

Ask Contra Costa natives Shayna Ronen and Jarusha Ariel about their best childhood memories, and they don't hesitate; the two best friends met and grew up performing with the Belasco Theater Company in Walnut Creek, learning the challenges and joys of performing musical theater. Now, years later, the two have reunited to bring that experience to a new generation of East Bay youth.

Milpitas: Smart & Final Extra expected to open at former Nob Hill site by next month

Smart & Final Extra is expected to take over the former Nob Hill site at 401 Jacklin Road next month. Construction on the exterior of the building and on the inside of the store is still underway.

Ranchers rescue man from East Bay creek following car crash

Two ranchers came to the rescue of the 20-year-old driver of this Toyota Corolla after the vehicle skidded off a road near Livermore Tuesday and landed upside down in a creek. Two ranchers came to the rescue of the 20-year-old driver of this Toyota Corolla after the vehicle skidded off a road near Livermore Tuesday and landed upside down in a creek.

Parts of Diablo Road closed because of downed tree

A section of Diablo Road in Danville is closed Wednesday morning because of a fallen tree that took down power lines. Diablo Road is closed between Calle Arroyo and Avenida Nueva as PG&E crews are working to fix the problem.

Danville teen, 16, carved swastika into community center hillside.

A 16-year-old Danville boy has been determined to be the culprit behind a large swastika that was carved into a community center hillside last week, a town spokesman said Monday. The city on Friday first received reports that the Nazi symbol was scratched into mulch by the community center on Fountain Springs Circle in the Danville Ranch neighborhood.

Tri Valley: Teen job fair set for March 4 in San Ramon

Tri-Valley teens in search of summer or more permament employment will want to check out the Teen Job and Career Fai taking place March 4 in San Ramon. Attendees will get to meet with local employers, pick up applications, and apply for jobs.

Around Danville: Chinese senior center marks Year of the Rooster

Gung hay fat choy! The Golden Crane Senior Center has been abuzz with celebrations of the Lunar New Year of the Rooster. Stella Ho, center, in brown; Theresa Wong, front, in white; and Chris Ng, behind Wong, in yellow participate recently in a Chinese stretch class at Golden Crane Senior Center in San Ramon.

Winter Institute 12 in Photos

Booksellers, authors, and publishers braved the winter cold in record numbers to head to Minneapolis for the 12th annual Winter Institute . Although bookseller attendance was previously capped at 500, this year's institute expanded to accommodate 654, roughly half of whom had never attended the winter gathering before.

Danville's new Homegrown Sustainable Sandwiches set to open

The new Homegrown Sustainable Sandwiches shop opening in Danville will offer farm-to-sandwich sandwiches, such as this chicken-pesto. Danville's lunch crowd will have a new sandwich spot next week, when Homegrown Sustainable Sandwiches opens its second Bay Area location with farm-to-sandwich fare, plus seasonal soups, bowls and salads.

Erik Krommenhoek Signs with USC on Football Signing Day 2017

The only committed tight end in USC's 2017 recruiting class is in. Three-star Erik Krommenhoek officially signed his letter of intent with the Trojans on Signing Day.

Around Alamo: Kiwanis crab feed to benefit area charities

Even though the rain is always a welcome respite from the dreaded drought, as the chilly winter season seems to stretch from one rainy day to the next, it isn't unusual that thoughts may wander to sunnier days of summer. While community members bundle up for brisk weather, daydreams of poolside barbecues with family and friends are not far off.

Mattress recycling program grows in Bay Area, but some areas left out

Wayman Blocher takes old mattresses to be crushed by a baler at the Blue Marble Materials recycling center in San Leandro, Calif., on Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2017. The Bye Bye Mattress program kicked off in Jan. 2016 to help rid landfills, streets and waterways of discarded mattresses.

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