Youth Council is hosting the 1st annual Danville Amazing Race! Teens
can sign-up in groups of 4-5 to go on a scavenger in Downtown Danville. The
team with the most points wins the grand prize! Teams must sign up by no later
than March 12th. All participants will receive an email at least one
week prior to the event with more information.
Saturday, March 24Location:
Town Meeting Hall, 201 Front StreetCost: $5 per
Sign up here:
The mission of the Danville Youth Council (DYC) is to provide Middle and High School students the opportunity to represent the interests of their peers in the Danville area.
The DYC will be made up of members striving to improve their community. Sub-committees are established to complete the goals of the councils.
Applications for the
2018/19 school year will be accepted from April 9-27. To fill out an
Any San Ramon, Danville, or Alamo resident currently enrolled in Middle and High school is eligible to be a member of the Danville Youth Council. The application period for each year runs from mid-April to mid-May.
We are looking for people who are:
Some benefits you will get:
Meetings take place from 4:30-5:30 PM at the Town Meeting Hall, 201 Front Street on the following dates: March 12, 2018
April 16, 2018
May 21, 2018
Meeting Documents for March 12, 2018:
Danville Youth Council420 Front StreetDanville, CA 94526
Jessica WallnerProgram SupervisorJWallner@danville.ca.govT (925) 314-3402F (925) 820-2782
Monday - Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
at the Fair
December 23, 2017, several members of the Danville Youth Council volunteered in
Antioch at the Christmas at the Fair event hosted by Love-A-Child, a homeless
recovery shelter for women and children located in Bay Point. This event, put
on for the community, featured a free lunch and a carnival, and toys and
clothes were available to the attendees. Prior to the event, the DYC volunteers
began by laying out the dozens of bags full of clothes – donated by people all
over the Bay Area – onto tables, so those who attended could browse and choose
what they wanted using the tokens they obtained from the carnival games. When
the event officially began, the DYC members then moved to face-painting
stations, painting everything from Spiderman to reindeer on the children’s
hands and faces. Afterwards, the volunteers helped clean up the face-painting
and cafeteria area, assisted with additional set up of the clothing, and
distributed toys to all of the children. The DYC volunteers enjoyed helping out
at this great event, and it was a wonderful opportunity to give back to the Bay