Town of Danville Maintenance Services performs a variety of activities to maintain the Town’s
infrastructure. Developing and offering
efficient, cost effective services in partnership with our citizens will help
us achieve our vision to make Danville a leading city in the country by being
an outstanding provider of Maintenance Services.
Residents who have a concern, want to report an issue, or have a question, can use our online “Danville Connect” to reach out to us directly
The Town of Danville maintains approximately
4.6 miles of creeks and drainage channels, with others being maintained by the Contra
Costa County Flood Control District and private property owners. Creek and
drainage issues can be reported to the Town through Danville Connect.
Animal Services for the Town are provided through a contract with the
Contra Costa County Animal Services Department. The contract includes responding
to dead, injured or stray animals, enforcement of leash laws, investigating
animal cruelty complaints, animal licensing, rabies control, lost and found,
providing spaying and neutering, a vaccination clinic and citizen requests for
service. The Animal Services Department can be reached at 925-335-8300 or by email.
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) maintains the
freeway on- and off-ramps within the Town, including the pavement, landscaping,
graffiti and litter control. Caltrans service requests
can be submitted through their online system.
The quick removal of graffiti is one of the most effective deterrents of
additional “tagging.” You may report
graffiti through Danville Connect for publicly-owned
property such as street signs and public sidewalks. Freeway underpasses marked with graffiti can be
reported to Caltrans through their online system.
The Iron Horse Trail Corridor is managed by
the East Bay Regional Park District. To
report park rule violations such as reckless bike, skate or scooter riding,
failure to properly leash or control pets, and improper trail usage such as
mountain biking on restricted trails, please call East Bay Regional Park
District Dispatch at (510) 881-1833,
24 hours a day.
report non-emergency safety hazards or damaged trails and
facilities, contact a park ranger or call Park Operations at (510) 544-2510. Be
sure to mention the nature and exact location of the problem including trail or
The Town of Danville owns,
operates and maintains over 167 acres of parkland. Park maintenance issues,
such as playground repairs or broken water fountains, can be reported through Danville Connect. To find out the status of sports fields during or after inclement
weather, call the Sports Field Hotline at (925) 314-3484.
The Town of Danville is reponsible for maintaining much of the landscaping
and trail systems along major corridors, such as Sycamore Valley Road and
Camino Tassajara. This includes tree, plant and grass maintenance, irrigation
repairs, trail maintenance and more. Maintenance issues, such as a broken
sprinkler or an overgrown and/or hazardous tree, can be reported through Danville Connect.
The Iron Horse Trail Corridor is managed by
the East Bay Regional Park District. To report non-emergency safety
hazards or damaged trails and facilities, contact a park ranger or call Park
Operations at (510) 544-2510. Be sure to mention the nature and exact location of
the problem including trail or area name.
If you are concerned about flooding at your
home or business when the rainy season hits, free sandbags are available to be filled at 1000 Sherburne
Hills Road, off of Camino Tassajara next to the Town of Danville Post Office. We encourage residents to take no more than
20 bags, and only what they need. Sand
bags and a shovel are available for use.
Help your community prepare for rainstorms by keeping storm
drains in your neighborhood and in front of your residence clear of
debris. A little effort goes a long way
in helping the Maintenance Department maintain over 4,700 storm drains to
reduce flooding and pollution of our waterways.
There are several agencies that maintain street lights in
Danville, including the Town, PG&E, Contra Costa County and Caltrans. When
reporting a street light issue, please provide the location and the pole number
so the appropriate agency can be notified.
You may report street light outages through Danville Connect.
Danville’s quality of life depends on the ability to move
people and goods freely throughout the community. The Town’s Streets Department
helps to ensure safe and easy travel by maintaining street surfaces, public
sidewalks, curbs, gutters, storm drains, public parking lots and street signs. Report pothole or other street maintenance issues
through Danville Connect.
The Maintenance Department maintains public sidewalks.
Sidewalks in front of private property are the responsibility of the property
owner (Danville Municipal Code Section 12-6).
Residential streets are swept monthly, major corridors twice a
month and the downtown weekly. To find
the street sweeping day for your neighborhood, see the Town’s street
Contra Costa County provides traffic signal maintenance
services for the Town’s 54 signalized intersections. To report traffic signal outages or
Main Office -
Monday – Friday 8
am – 5 pm: (925) 313-7052
After hours: (925) 930-3698
You may also contact Danville Police Dispatch at (925) 820-2144
Maintenance Services1000 Sherburne Hills RoadDanville, CA 94526
T (925) 314-3450
Hours of Operation:Monday - Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Field Conditions Hotline:(925) 314-3484