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    Ceremony officially marks solar project completion

    (Posted Wednesday, May 23) Kentuck solar project partners joined elected officials in a ribbon cutting ceremony today to celebrate the completion of a 6 megawatt solar system located on 76-acres in Danville Utilities' service territory. Read on...
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    City offices to be closed on Memorial Day

    (Posted on Tuesday, May 22) The Municipal Building and all other city administrative offices will be closed on Monday, May 28, for Memorial Day. The public library and courthouse also will be closed. Danville Transit will not operate. Read on...
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    Police warn of traffic congestion at graduations

    (Posted Tuesday, May 22) With Pittsylvania County Schools graduation ceremonies set for Friday evening and Saturday at Averett University’s north campus, the Danville Police Department reminds motorists to expect heavy traffic in the area Read on...
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    Community launches effort to reduce violence

    (Posted Monday, May 21) Community members and officials from Danville gathered Monday at Green Street Park to declare the month of June as “Violence Awareness and Prevention Month,” with a goal of no shootings in the city. Read on...
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    Police Department holds fourth community walk

    (Posted Thursday, May 17) Danville Police officers walked door-to-door this evening in the Woodrow Wilson school area to reach out to residents. The community engagement walk was the fourth in a series that will be held across the city. Read on...
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    Five firefighters graduate from city’s fire academy

    (Posted Friday, May 11) Family and friends today celebrated the training academy graduation of Danville's newest professional firefighters: Zachary Griffin, Kevin Loveless, Brian Porter, Tanner Reed and Christopher Scott. Read on...
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    Farmers’ Market now open through October

    (Posted Monday, May 7) The Danville Farmers’ Market is now open for the season, with more than 50 vendors selling goods from 7:30 a.m. to noon each Saturday through October at the Community Market on Craghead Street. Read on...
  8. Mainline Trolley stop at the Danville Science Center

    City seeks public input on Mainline Trolley

    (Posted Friday, May 4) Danville Transit is seeking public input on the Mainline Trolley service. Survey responses will be evaluated for potential route and service schedule changes. The survey link is available at www.danvilletransit.com. Read on...
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    Police warn of traffic congestion at graduations

    (Posted Friday, May 4) With graduation ceremonies on Saturday, May 5, for Averett University and Saturday, May 12, for Danville Community College at Averett’s North Campus, Danville Police said motorists can expect heavy traffic in the area. Read on...
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    Music on Main concert series will open in June

    (Posted Thursday, May 3) Parks and Recreation’s Music on Main concert series will open in June and will feature two concerts a month through August. The series opens on June 14 with beach, boogie and blues by the Cruize Control Band. Read on...
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    Unofficial results reported in City Council election

    (Posted Wednesday, May 2) City Council incumbents James Buckner, Alonzo Jones and Dr. Gary Miller won re-election Tuesday, with the fourth seat going to former two-term councilman Adam Tomer, according to unofficial results. Read on...
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    Community Development to close for two hours

    (Posted Wednesday, May 2) Community Development Department offices will be closed to the public from 10 a.m. to noon on Monday, May 7, to allow staff to attend a mandatory training session. These offices will be open at other times Monday. Read on...
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    Make Danville Shine Expo will be held Saturday

    (Posted Wednesday, May 2) The Make Danville Shine Expo is scheduled for Saturday, May 5, from 8 a.m. to noon at the Community Market. The event is free and open to all. Learn home repair and lawn care tips from experts. Live demonstrations will be held. Read on...
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    'Take-back Day’ nets more than 250 pounds of meds

    (Posted Monday, April 30) Danville Police say 258 pounds of expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs were collected for safe disposal Saturday as part of "Take-back Day.” The event was held outside of Centra Danville Medical Center. Read on...
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    Council meeting moves to Thursday this week

    (Posted Monday, April 30) The next meeting of City Council will be held on Thursday, May 3, instead of the first Tuesday of the month as normal. The change in dates is due to the Tuesday, May 1, local elections. Meeting agendas are available. Read on...
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  1. Polling Places Map

    Polling Precinct Map


    This application will show all the voting precincts as well as the location of the polling locations for the City of Danville. Simply type in your address, or use the map tools to pan and find an area of interest, then click on the page to get the information for that area. You will also find links at the top of the application that will take you to the Danville Voting Precincts web page and to the Important Dates page, which has a running list of deadlines and voting dates.

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    Utility Bill Q&A

    Danville Utilities has responded to questions from customers who attended the last Danville Utility Commission meeting to voice complaints about high utility bills. More than 125 people attended the meeting held on Feb. 26 in City Council Chambers. Twenty-two citizens spoke during a public comment period. The Danville Utility Commission will also review these questions and answers at their next meeting. 


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    New GIS Homepage


    As part of our commitment to providing the best possible spatial maps, apps, and information, the Information Technology's GIS Division is proud to present a new homepage! All of our mapping applications are available here in a brand new tile-based format. As part of this new rollout, we will be phasing out the existing 'Maps' page with greater functionality on the new site. We hope you will enjoy the City’s latest interactive mapping experience!

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