Set amongst the countryside, Danville offers residents a perfect blend of town and country. Its quaint character and convenient location make it the perfect place to live, work, and play. Danville is famous for its small-town atmosphere and offers residents an outstanding quality of life. The historic downtown features shops, restaurants, and art galleries. Arts and culture are abundant at the Village Theatre and Art Gallery and the Tao House—home to playwright Eugene O’Neill. With natural creeks, hiking and biking trails, lots of open space and excellent schools, people tend to put down roots here. Homes tend to be large, on large lots with a mix of contemporary and traditional architectural styles.
1. Excellent schools K-12
2. Bustling downtown with an exciting selection of shops, bars and restaurants
3. Blackhawk Museums – auto history at its finest
4. History and culture abound
Favorite Spots Around Town
Locally-roasted gourmet coffee shop – perfect for aﬁcionados.
Local produce served with style and ambience Downtown. An award winning bar with the biggest whiskey selection in the Tri-Valley area.
The Village Theater and Art Gallery Historic building housing a performing arts theatre and a ﬁne arts gallery.
A great bar for cocktails to end the day or start the weekend. Speakeasy vibe.
Located just off I680, Danville is ideal for commuting to San Ramon and Oakland. The County Connection also runs bus Route 21 which loops through Danville between Walnut Creek and San Ramon. The 92X service is a fast shuttle to San Ramon, Dublin and Pleasanton giving an extra connection to the ACE train (Stockton to San Jose). The town is approximately a 30 mile drive to downtown San Francisco.
Need to Know
K-12 Schools – San Ramon Valley Unified School District | http://www.srvusd.net
Public Library – Danville Theatre | http://www.ccclib.org/9
Shopping and movies – Blackhawk Plaza | http://www.shopblackhawkplaza.com
BART–Walnut Creek/Pleasanton | http://www.bart.gov/stations