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    City offices will be closed Dec. 24 and Dec. 25

    (Posted Tuesday, Dec. 18) The Municipal Building and all other City of Danville administrative offices will be closed on Monday, Dec. 24, and Tuesday, Dec. 25, for the Christmas holiday. The courthouse also will be closed on both days. Read on...
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    Essel Propack to expand, governor announces

    (Posted Monday, Dec. 17) Governor Northam today announced that Essel Propack will invest $31.2 million to expand in Danville. Virginia successfully competed with Brazil and Argentina for this project, which will create 45 new jobs. Read on...
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    VDOT closes northbound section of U.S. 29 Bypass

    (Posted Friday, Dec. 14) The Virginia Department of Transportation has closed the northbound section of the Danville Expressway/U.S. 29 Bypass over Barkers Branch near the Danville Welcome Center. The closure is due to a pipe failure. Read on...
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    City honors first Project Imagine graduates

    (Posted Friday, Dec. 14) A graduation ceremony was held today for the first Project Imagine class, with the five members receiving certificates for completing a work readiness program that aims for youths to trade gang life for working life. Read on...
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    Fifth annual Holiday Light Show resumes

    (Posted Wednesday, Dec. 12) The fifth annual Community Holiday Light Show resumes tonight, with shows nightly at Ballou Park through Christmas Day, except for Christmas Eve. Ride through the park and enjoy a visit with Santa. Read on...
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    City Council to consider opioid crisis lawsuit

    (Posted Tuesday, Dec. 11) City Council will consider a resolution declaring the opioid crisis a public nuisance that must be abated. If adopted, the City of Danville will join a lawsuit against drug manufacturers and wholesale distributors. Read on...
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    City snowfall highest one-day total in 22 years

    (Posted Monday, Dec. 10) Danville on Sunday received its highest one-day snowfall in 22 years, according to the National Weather Service. A total of 12.5 inches of snow was measured at Danville Regional Airport on Sunday. Read on...
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    Snowplow crews to move into residential streets

    (Posted Sunday, Dec. 9) Heavy snowfall fell throughout the day, but has ended. City snowplow crews are making a final pass over the major streets, and then will move overnight onto secondary and residential streets. Read on...
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    Winter storm leads to closings, cancellations

    (Posted Sunday, Dec. 9) The winter storm will affect a number of City of Danville services and programs for Monday. Danville Transit will not operate on Monday. All Parks and Recreation programs are canceled and facilities closed. Read on...
  10. Wendell O. Scott Sr. Memorial Highway sign

    Highway section dedicated to honor Wendell Scott Sr.

    (Posted Saturday, Dec. 8) State and local leaders gathered today to dedicate an 8.5-mile section of the Danville Expressway in memory of Danville native son and NASCAR legend and Hall of Fame driver Wendell O. Scott Sr. Read on...
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    Mayor proclaims Saturday as Wendell Scott Sr. Day

    (Posted Wednesday, Dec. 5) Mayor Alonzo Jones last night proclaimed Saturday, Dec. 8, as Wendell O. Scott Sr. Day. On Saturday, state and local leaders will gather to dedicate a section of the Danville Expressway in memory of Scott. Read on...
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    Police Department shares holiday safety tips

    (Posted Tuesday, Dec. 4) The Police Department urges citizens to take steps for a safe holiday season! Be aware of your surroundings and anyone approaching your vehicle. After dark, shop with a friend. Report suspicious activity. Read on...
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    Library begins ‘Donation December’ campaign

    (Posted Monday, Dec. 3) The Danville Public Library is conducting a 'Donation December' campaign through Jan. 4 to support the Danville Division of Social Service’s foster care program. For more information, visit ReadDanvilleVA.org. Read on...
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    Police Department holds 10th community walk

    (Posted Friday, Nov. 30) Danville Police officers walked door-to-door Thursday evening in the Seminole Trail neighborhood to reach out to residents. The community engagement walk was the 10th in a series held this year across the city. Read on...
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    Streetlight conversion project hits milestone

    (Posted Wednesday, Nov. 28) Danville Utilities’ streetlight conversion project has reached a milestone, with more than one quarter of the 4,000 standard sodium vapor lamps scheduled for conversion having been replaced with LEDs. Read on...
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    New story map digs into Danville’s roots

    (Posted Wednesday, Nov. 28) The Information Technology Department has created an online story map called “Danville Roots,” showcasing story points over 225 years of the city’s history. Each story point includes an image and narrative text. Read on...
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    Holiday Market, Trail Walk to kick off festivities

    (Posted Monday, Nov. 26) Parks and Recreation once again will offer a full lineup of holiday events in December, beginning this weekend with the 10th annual Holiday Market, the Luminaria Trail Walk and the Riverview Rotary Christmas Parade. Read on...
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    SBA loan center enters final week in city

    (Posted Monday, Nov. 26) The Small Business Administration’s Disaster Loan Outreach Center today entered its final week in Danville to assist businesses and residents affected by Tropical Storm Michael. The office is located at 515 Main St. Read on...
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    Mount Cross Road widening set to begin

    (Posted Wednesday, Nov. 21) The City has issued a notice for the contractor to proceed with the Mount Cross Road improvement project, which would widen the roadway from Lowe’s Drive to Dimon Drive to five lanes with a center turn lane. Read on...
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    Danville Roots Story Map

    Dig into Danville’s roots by exploring historic events that have occurred over the past two and a quarter centuries. Visit the Danville Roots story map and journey through five sections that include the historic figures, places and events that make our town unique.

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    Winter Weather Updates

    The City of Danville strongly encourages residents and businesses to prepare for the upcoming winter weather. Find out more about preparing for cold weather, municipal service interruptions, safety tips, and information on snow removal.

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    Danville Utilities Website

    Danville Utilities has a new website for customers! You can create an account to view your usage, make account changes, pay your bill, and report an outage. The new design also has  resources for our customers on ways to conserve, save, and stay safe. Information is also available on the new resources available at the Danville Public Library: Kill-A-Watt Energy Monitors and thermal cameras!

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