Local governments perform functions and provide services which are most used by and of most concern to residents - public safety (police protection), recreation (enrichment programs), maintenance (roadways and parks), and traffic management. Cities elect council members to guide public spending, ensure service delivery and preserve their community's character through careful and thoughtful planning.
Town of Danville Mission Statement: Deliver superior municipal services that make people's lives better
Our goal is to:
To carry out its policies, the Town Council appoints the following:
The Town Manager is the chief advisor to the Town Council and the community's professional administrator, responsible for all day-to-day operations and service delivery. To help manage the organization, the Town Manager appoints a team of department heads who are responsible for the management of the Town's departments - Finance, Police, Community Development, Development Services, Maintenance, and Recreation.
The City Attorney is the legal advisor to the Town Council and staff, providing general legal advice on Town business, representing the Town in legal actions, handling property transactions, supervising assessment district proceedings and preparing ordinances, contracts, resolutions and opinions.
Advisory commissioners serve as advisors to the Town Council. Commissions were established to research and discuss community issues and make recommendations to the Town Council. Danville is served by five standing commissions/committees. Click here for more information about Danville's advisory commissions and committees.
Town of Danville510 La Gonda WayDanville, CA 94526
Monday - Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Contact Town Council:T (925) 314-3329
Contact Town Manager's Office:Diane FriedmannT (925) 314-3388F (925) 838-0548
Office Locations & Hours
Municipal elections are held on even-numbered year for seats on the Danville Town Council.
Information on voter registration, polling places and other election details can be found on the Contra Costa County Elections Page
The California Secretary of State and the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) are resources for candidates and the authority on most campaign activities.
FPPC Campaign Disclosure Forms
Secretary of State Elections Division
For more information, contact City Clerk Marie Sunseri at (925) 314-3401 or firstname.lastname@example.org.