Traffic concerns, including speeding, cut-through traffic, missing signs, and traffic signal issues impact the quality of life in Danville. If you would like to report a traffic signal malfunction or missing sign, please let us know. For concerns about speeding and traffic issues in your neighborhood, the Town of Danville’s Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP) might be your solution. It is also encouraged to submit traffic inquiries and requests through the Town's online customer service interface "Danville Connect."
The Town recognizes that automobile traffic poses one of the greatest threats to the quality of life of its citizens. Recognizing the need for new and innovative techniques to address age-old neighborhood traffic issues, the Town Council directed staff to develop a Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP). The Danville NTMP represents the Town's commitment to the safety and livability of its neighborhoods. It is a community-based approach to traffic calming. The program is designed to educate and empower residents with the tools to evaluate, develop, and implement traffic management solutions.
The NTMP provides a process for identifying, prioritizing, and dealing with problems related to traffic safety on local streets.
To find out more about the program please download the NTMP Guidelines Booklet.
To apply for the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program please complete a NTMP application.
Town of Danville
510 La Gonda Way
Danville, CA 94526
T (925) 314-3320
F (925) 838-0797
Monday - Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Missing or Damaged Signs
Reports of missing or damaged street signs should be directed to the Town of Danville Maintenance Department at 925-314-3450.
Missing or destroyed "STOP" signs should be reported immediately. If after normal business hours, please immediately report missing or destroyed "STOP" signs to Police Dispatch at 925-820-2144.
Please call 925-314-3310. When this office is closed, including weekends and holidays, please call 925-313-7054. All traffic signal problems are handled by the Transportation Division.