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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
"It Saved My Life": East Bay Iraq War Vet Credits Golf Program With...

Mike Myers signed up for the PGA HOPE program not knowing what he was getting into. What the sport ended up giving him was the challenge he so desperately needed in his life.

County eyes MicroPAD miniature homes as new tool to reduce homelessness

Perhaps by this time next year, Contra Costa County officials will be offering MicroPADs as a new alternate form of housing in its repertoire of programs designed to reduce homelessness, a major economic and social issue that is, at least in this East Bay county showing signs of fading away. The number of homeless individuals in the county declined seven percent from 2016 to 1,607 homeless persons as of Jan. 25, 2017, an annual report stated and accepted by the supervisors on a 3-0 vote at Tuesday's Board of Supervisors meeting.

Town Crier: 'East Bay Hills' full of fun, colorful facts

It's mid-November and fall is revealing its true colors. In my own garden, the Japanese maples are brilliant shades of amber and orange.

Tri-Valley Hero: Jasmine Steele, life-saving information

After presenting at the SRV Emergency Preparedness Fair last year, Steele saw a sharp increase in downloads of her free "Allergy Blast" app. Her last, because right after she took a bite, her lips swelled up and she struggled to swallow.

Tri-Valley A&E: Contemporary art fans sure to enjoy Blackhawk Gallery exhibits

No matter how agile thumbs and fingers become on mobile devices, whole-hand activity will never disappear. Nor will the human desire to make tangible things.

Mr. Costco brightened shoppers with upbeat smile, wacky socks

His smile, greetings and offbeat socks and shirts beamed little rays of joy to thousands of people in an unlikely setting: the front door of a cavernous big-box store in the suburbs. Arlie Smith's job was to check membership cards and greet the masses flowing into the Danville Costco store, where he worked for 24 years.

Veteran's Day "Pop-Up Museum" educates and engages in Danville

H1 Huey helicopter is parked outside the Veteran's Memorial Building for the Veteran's Day Open House in Danville, Calif., on Friday, Nov. 10, 2017. The Veteran's Day Open House runs through the weekend with special displays commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Doolittle Raid, the war in the Philippines and the Bataan Death March.

Roadshow: New I-680 express lanes off to slow start

The purpose of express lanes is to give commuters an option around the gridlock if you're willing to pay for a better ride. A: Seriously, that is THE question of the day following the opening of the Interstate 680 express lanes last month through the San Ramon Valley.

Police share Danville burglary suspect images

The burglary happened Oct. 20 in the city's Fountain Springs neighborhood, and the surveillance camera footage captured the pair walking into Nordstrom Rack at Sunvalley mall. Anyone with information should call Danville police Det.

East Bay teacher arrested in sexual assault of children appears

Michael Bartel, a teacher at Walnut Creek Intermediate School, was arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting two children under the age of 10.l Michael Bartel, a teacher at Walnut Creek Intermediate School, was arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting two children under the age of 10.l A Walnut Creek middle school teacher charged with 16 counts of sexually assaulting children under the age of 10 appeared in a Martinez courtroom Tuesday where a judge ordered him not to contact the two victims, a boy and a girl.

Handmade holiday gift workshop for kids planned in Danville

Picking up a store-bought gift this holiday season would be convenient, but nothing beats the personal touch of a handmade one - especially from a child. With this in mind, Danville will host Homemade Holiday, a gift making workshop for future elves to create-one-of-a-kind gifts.

Stunning home nestled in the Hidden Oaks neighborhood of Blackhawk

This beautifully styled home is located in the gated Hidden Oaks neighborhood, one of six exclusive communities at Blackhawk in Danville. Sitting at the foot of Mt.

Danville looking for a new friend or two

The Town Council on Wednesday is scheduled to talk about creating a "friendship city" policy as a prelude to hoped-for relationships with other towns, including another Danville. Generally speaking, friendship cities are less formal than sister cities.

Some Danville parents to let kids a Wait Until 8tha grade for smartphones

A recent meeting at Green Valley Elementary School has many pondering one of the most difficult questions parents face in today's digital age: When is the right time to allow your child to have a smart phone? That question hit home recently for meeting organizers and Green Valley parents Dana Pingatore and Traci Huahn. Both have fifth-grade daughters, and both know the pressure to get their children a smart phone will increase as the girls approach middle school.

Author to speak in Sonoma on his wife's mental illness

Nine years after first meeting his future wife Giulia, Mark Lukach had to check her into a psych ward where she stayed for 23 days. For nine months after his wife's discharge, Lukach took on the role of caregiver before the Giulia he knew was back.

Curtain Calls by Sally Hogarty: Honestly, Center Rep's 'The Liar' a hit

Center Repertory continues its 50th anniversary celebration with another hit. This time it's an over-the-top, wildly entertaining romp through 17th century France in David Ives' clever adaptation of Pierre Corneille's comedy "The Liar."

Around Danville: Baker family reunion always a blast

As the colors of fall splash across the valley, one can imagine the Native Americans settling in for the winter in this idyllic locale. To learn more about the first people of California, the San Ramon Valley Museum is featuring a comprehensive exhibit through Nov 5. of California indigenous people.

Multi-car crash on Interstate 680 in Danville causes major injuries

At least one person suffered major injuries Thursday when several cars crashed on Interstate 680, the California Highway Patrol said. Investigators still were determining how many vehicles were involved in the 11 a.m. wreck, which ended up blocking the three left lanes on northbound I-680 just north of the El Cerro Boulevard exit.

The Physical and Mental Toll of Being Angry All the Time

Are you easily angered, often upset or frequently consumed by fury - over who knows what? Of course your blood isn't literally boiling, but chronic anger could have a damaging impact on not only your relationships and personal life, but also your overall well-being. Certainly anger is a normal human emotion, and getting upset from time to time doesn't do a person any mental or physical harm.

Suspect, 83, arrested in 2 hit and runs of cyclists

An 83-year-old San Ramon man was arrested in two separate hit-and-run incidents Saturday in Danville that left three cyclists injured. An 83-year-old San Ramon man was arrested in two separate hit-and-run incidents Saturday in Danville that left three cyclists injured.

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