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    City posts agendas for next City Council meeting

    (Posted Wednesday, Aug. 15) City Council will meet Tuesday, June 21, in a business session and a work session. The business session begins at 7 p.m., followed by the work session. River City TV airs live the business session. Read on...
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    Tickets available for Easton Corbin concert

    (Posted Tuesday, Aug. 14) Tickets remain available for Danville Harvest Jubilee’s concert featuring Easton Corbin, with special guests Adam Doleac and Josh Mirenda. They will perform Friday, Aug. 17, at the Carrington Pavilion. Read on...
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    Mayor dedicates Ruby B. Archie Public Library

    (Posted Saturday, Aug. 11) Mayor Alonzo Jones today dedicated the library building on Patton Street as the Ruby B. Archie Public Library. The dedication, he said, was a fitting tribute to the former educator, mayor and civic leader. Read on...
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    Police officers welcome students back to school

    (Posted Thursday, Aug. 9) In support of the Danville Public School system's start of the new school year, Danville Police welcomed students back to school today. Officers rode buses and greeted students on school grounds. Read on...
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    Neighborhoods participate in National Night Out

    (Posted Wednesday, August 8) The annual National Night Out on Tuesday featured 18 neighborhoods participating at sites across Danville. Danville Police coordinates the event to build new community connections and strengthen existing ones. Read on...
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    Back to school: Safely share the streets

    (Posted Tuesday, Aug. 7) With area schools starting back for fall classes, remember to safely share the streets with school buses, pedestrians and bicyclists, and provide children with the necessary knowledge to stay safe at school. Read on...
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    Art trail will showcase nine new sculptures

    (Posted Tuesday, Aug. 7) Nine new pieces of art, including two chosen through online voting, have been selected for the third round of the outdoor Danville Art Trail. The sculptures will be installed by Aug. 17 throughout the River District. Read on...
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    City sets library renaming ceremony for Saturday

    (Posted Monday, Aug. 6) The City of Danville will hold a dedication ceremony at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 11, to rename the main branch of the public library as the “Ruby B. Archie Public Library.” The public is invited to attend. Read on...
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    Free concert will feature bluegrass band

    (Posted Monday, August 6) Parks and Recreation’s Music on Main concert series will continue at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 9, at Main Street Plaza. The free, outdoor concert will feature the bluegrass band The New Habit. Read on...
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    Council meeting to be held on Thursday

    (Posted Friday, August 3) The next meeting of City Council will be held on Thursday, Aug. 9, instead of the first Tuesday as normal. The change in dates is to allow City Council to attend National Night Out activities on Tuesday, Aug. 7. Read on...
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    Riverwalk Trail users asked to avoid flooded sections

    (Posted Friday, Aug. 3) Due to recent rainfall amounts, Parks and Recreation reminds Riverwalk Trail users to avoid flooded sections of the trail. Trail users are reminded that flood waters are never safe and to err on the side of caution. Read on...
  12. Mainline Trolley stop at the Danville Science Center

    Mainline Trolley service changes begin Friday

    (Posted Monday, July 30) Danville Transit will initiate new route and schedule changes for the Mainline Trolley service on Friday, Aug. 3. The changes will expand transportation access and improve passenger convenience for the operation. Read on...
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    Police officers continue community engagement

    (Posted Friday, July 27) The Police Department today held its second community engagement day in as many days. Today, the officers were at Cedar Terrace Apartments. On Thursday, officers were at Danville Family Homes on Joanis Drive. Read on...
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    Police Department holds sixth community walk

    (Posted Thursday, July 26) Danville Police officers walked door-to-door this evening in the Woodside Village neighborhood to reach out to residents. The community engagement walk was the sixth in a series that will be held across the city. Read on...
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    Danville Utilities launches newly redesigned website

    (Posted Monday, July 23) Danville Utilities invites customers to explore its newly redesigned website — danvilleutilities.com. The mobile friendly website is a one-stop shop for information regarding electric, natural gas and water services. Read on...
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    Free concert will feature Elvis tribute artist

    (Posted Monday, July 23) Parks and Recreation’s Music on Main concert series will continue at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, July 26, at Main Street Plaza. The free, outdoor concert will feature Elvis tribute artist Wayne Euliss. Read on...
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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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    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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    Play Danville Park Finder
    Find all of Danville’s parks, playgrounds, baseball/soccer fields, disc golf courses, trails, and more! Use the measure tool to plan a nice 2 mile walk along the trails, use the drawing tools to show your friends where to meet up! Bookmark your favorite places, and use the Base Map Gallery to view the map in new and different ways...go out and play, Danville!

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