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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
Talk Back letter writers differ markedly over sanctuary state idea

California State Senate Pro Tem Kevin de Leon speaks about his proposed Senate Bill 54, the California Values Act, which would make California a sanctuary state ensuring that police, schools, hospitals and courts "remain accessible to Californians from all walks of life," at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill, Calif., on Thursday, March 16, 2017. California State Senate Pro Tem Kevin de Leon speaks about his proposed Senate Bill 54, the California Values Act, which would make California a sanctuary state ensuring that police, schools, hospitals and courts "remain accessible to Californians from all walks of life," at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill, Calif., on Thursday, March 16, 2017.

Around Alamo: College Is Real fundraiser coming up

For more than a decade, College Is Real has proved to be a successful pathway to college for many Richmond High School students who may not have otherwise seen their dream of attending college become a reality. Brad Blake, CIR's president and founder, is proud that the program is serving its highest number of students since it was created.

How to Plan a Successful Remodel

Back by popular demand! Learn the basic steps in remodeling a kitchen or bathroom from beginning to end. Integrate your important questions with valuable advice from a local, award-winning design/build remodeling company with over 50 years of design and construction acumen who can help you plan a smooth, successful remodel.

Faced with rising property crime, Danville police get proactive

Crime in Danville is going down, and Police Chief Steve Simpkins has a few ideas as to why. After two years of 10 percent jumps, ideas were needed.

College students hold workshop, perform at East County schools

Callie Holtermann a member of the University of Pennsylvania Counterparts along with the acapella group perform for students at Deer Valley High School in Antioch, Calif., on Friday, March 10, 2017. The Counterparts held a musical workshop and answered questions about their college experience during a visit with choir students at the high school.

Around San Ramon: Area educators named "Teachers of the Year"

Marissa Ware, a second-grade teacher at John Baldwin Elementary School in Danville, was recently named a 2017-2018 "Teacher of the Year" by the San Ramon Valley Unified School District's Board of Education. "Childhood should be a journey and not a race," Ware says.

Local Happenings: Pleasanton library to host Spring Book Sale

Please email Valley Journal and Times-Herald calendar items at least two weeks in advance of when they occur to ccncalendarstaff@bayareanewsgroup.com and type "calendar item" in the subject line, or call 510-208 6451. Madagascar/A Musical Adventure Jr.: 7:30 p.m. Fridays, 2 and 7:30 p.m. Saturdays, 2 p.m. Sundays, Firehouse Arts Center, 4444 Railroad Ave., Pleasanton.

San Ramon men saved driver trapped in creek while bystanders took photos

Sandee Wiedemann, of San Ramon, poses with Contra Costa Supervisors Diane Burgis and Candace Andersen on March 14, 2017 while holding a proclamation honoring her nephew Clayton Wiedemann, who along with neighbor Dan Rich rescued a Danville man whose car skidded off Highland Road in rural San Ramon and landed upside-down in a rain-swollen creek. The two heroes were not at the Board of Supervisors meeting The Contra Costa Board of Supervisors on Tuesday honored a pair of San Ramon men for their heroism in rescuing a driver who skidded off a rural road and landed upside-down in a rain-swollen creek.

Snapp Shots: Maybe we all need new hair stylists at times

Last year I was fired by my hair stylist. Out of the blue I got a text reading, "Dear Martin, I think our time together has come to an end."

Danville: O'Neill Foundation holds drama student workshops

Slap, clap, snap, say your name: a half-dozen teenagers learned essential life and work skills in 33 seconds on Saturday. Arranged in a circle in a barn at the Eugene O'Neill National Historic Site in Danville and led by actor, director and radio talk show host Donald Lacy, the basic acting exercise had the students using their bodies and voices as a rhythm section.

Former Seeno executive: Albert Jr., Albert III directed mortgage fraud

The son and grandson of East Bay housing empire patriarch Albert Seeno Sr. personally directed a mortgage fraud scheme uncovered by the FBI, and the illegal incentive programs were approved by a company attorney and outside counsel, according to a former executive and key government witness in the nearly concluded seven-year case. Former Discovery Sales Vice President Ayman Shahid - who will be sentenced Thursday after pleading guilty to conspiracy to commit bank fraud - assisted federal investigators in their probe of the powerful East Bay family's mortgage business.

The third annual fair takes place April 26 at Crow Canyon Country Club.

Whether curling up in a cozy chair on a rainy day, or lounging outside when skies are sunny and warm, there's just something about getting lost in a good book, which is why it is no wonder that the Alamo Women's Club Authors' Faire gets bigger each year. The third annual fair takes place April 26, and due to the anticipated reconstruction of Round Hill Country Club, it will be held at Crow Canyon Country Club, 711 Silver Lake Drive in Danville from 9 a.m. to noon.

Danville: New developer hoping to revive Magee Ranch housing project

The saga of the proposed 69-home Magee Ranch housing development continues, with a developer stepping in the approval process largely starting anew. Meanwhile, the open space preservation group that has fought the project since 2013, when it sued the Danville Town Council over environmental concerns, is looking for essentially the same concessions it has sought all along - a smaller project, and protecting bicyclists who use nearby Diablo Road on their way to and from Mount Diablo State Park.

Contra Costa Youth Slammed With Tobacco, Alcohol Ads

JUNE 11: Cigarette advertising is visible at a newspaper stand on June 11, 2009 in New York, New York. A study released by the Contra Costa Health Department on Wednesday shows that alcohol, tobacco and unhealthy foods are being promoted to the county's youth at alarming rates, especially in poorer cities.

Why are Hummingbirds avoiding Danville feeder?

DEAR JOAN: My husband and I have lived in a gated community for more than 20 years. We have an abundance of birds - crows, jays and a ton of finches - that we love to feed.

Antioch adds two more officers, brings sworn force to 99

First to be sworn in on February 14, was Officer Eric Rombough, a lateral hire from the Alameda County Sheriff's Office. He was born and raised in Hayward, California.

Danville man to climb Kilimanjaro again, this time cancer-free

Robert Covay, shown here on the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro in 2013, didn't know he Stage IV cancer when he climbed the tallest peak in Africa.

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