• Recreation

  • Tell Us What You Think!

    The Town of Danville is updating its Parks, Recreation and Arts Strategic Plan and needs your help!  This plan will help guide future investments and improvements to Danville's parks, recreation, arts and cultural opportunities.  Please take a few minutes to complete the questionnaire linked below.  Your input, with that of your fellow community members, will provide us with valuable information about Danville's needs and priorities.  We are hoping to reach as many residents, business owners and visitors as we can; so please let your friends, neighbors and family members know about this opportunity to shape the future of our community.

     

    CLICK HERE TO TAKE OUR SURVEY!

     

    Current: Town's Strategic Plan for Parks, Recreation and Art.

     

     

  • The Town of Danville’s Recreation Services is known as a leader in the community because of the exceptional programs and services it provides for the citizens of Danville.

    Sign on or Set up your customer account:

    • Go to www.danvillerecguide.com
    • Click on the Create an Account link (under the blue Sign In button)
    • Follow the system prompts

    REGISTER NOW for classes and programs. 


     

  •     Activity Guide Delivery Schedule

    The Activity Guide is delivered to the Post Office and bulk mailed to zip codes 94526, 94506, 94507 and 94528.  Due to the bulk mail process, it may take up to a week or more from the mailing date for you to receive your guide. 

     

    Issue

    Mailing Date

    Winter 2016

    October 23, 2015

    Spring 2016*

    *includes summer  camps and aquatics

    January 29, 2016

    Summer 2016

    April 26, 2016

    Fall 2016    

    August 3, 2016

     

        Alamo Residents

    Special Notice to Alamo Residents

    All Alamo residents are eligible to register for Town-sponsored programs scheduled at Hap Magee Ranch park during the resident registration period. Non-resident fees still apply for these classes and activities. Call 314-3400 for assistance or more information.

        Residency Status Clarification

    Residency Status Clarification

    For residents outside the incorporated Town of Danville limits:
    Each quarter, the Town receives a number of questions regarding the residency status for individuals and families wishing to register for Town-sponsored programs and activities. Those living outside the Danville Town limits include residents of the communities of Alamo and Diablo, and the Alamo Creek, Bettencourt Ranch, Blackhawk, Bryan Ranch, Monterosso, Shadow Creek and Whitegate housing developments. In order to verify your residency in Danville, you can:

    1. Look up your street address in the index of the Thomas Bros. Guide; it will state Danville or Contra Costa County for zipcode 94506 or;
    2. Review the information on your property tax bill.
    3. Check your residency status online.

    The program and facility fees cover a large portion of the actual costs, though Town of Danville residents also partially support the classes, events and facilities through their property tax assessments. Because of this, those program participants and individuals reserving Town facilities who live outside of Danville pay an additional non-resident charge. If you have any questions about this information, please call 314-3400.

        Town of Danville Program Evaluation

     

      Class Barcode/Title
        
     
     Instructor Name
        
     
    Class Start Date
       Select date 
     
      Session (select one):
     
     
      The facility was clean and well-maintained. 5 = Agree Completely, 1 = Disagree Completely
     
     
      The instructor/staff provided clear directions and/or guidance. 5 = Agree Completely, 1 = Disagree Completely
     
     
      The instructor/staff had the skills necessary to teach the class. 5 = Agree Completely, 1 = Disagree Completely
     
     
      The instructor/staff was friendly and helpful. 5 = Agree Completely, 1 = Disagree Completely
     
     
      How well did the program meet your expectations? 5 = Very Well, 1 = Not at all Well
     
     
      How likely are you to recommend the program to a friend? 5 = Very Likely, 1 = Not at all Likely
     
     
      How did you first hear about this class?
     
      Comments and Suggestions:
        
     
      May we use your comments in promoting our classes and programs?
     
     
      Your name (optional):
       

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