The Town Meeting Hall is the location of monthly meetings between the Town Council and the Commission. The primary room is 40 by 30 feet long and will accommodate about 90 individuals for meeting and 63 individuals for eating.

 

The main hall is very big and beautiful. It looks like the hall can hold many people, great for holding meetings for the Town Council and the Commission. There are also many events that are held here. Its a great hall for multi purpose events aside from meetings. Classes are held in The Town Meeting Hall almost every week for everyone to attend.

 

The hall is a type of reception hall. It is also right off the freeway, making it a very convenient place for people going in and out from the building. It is also open for five days a week, monday through friday, with saturday and sunday closed. The conference schedule is accessible 72 hours prior to the conference on the internet. Please notice that the times of the conference may alter. Check the dates and times of the conference on the website published. If you have any concerns or need extra data, you also can email them. 

 

The Department of Administrative Services includes multiple tasks that assist inner and external city activities varying from human capital and finance to financial growth and IT. The Department of Administrative Services is proud to support inhabitants and staff of Danville through:

  • Fiscal Management

  • Integrity, Quality Service

  • Teamwork

  • Enthusiasm

 

Danville is proud to boast an active and committed society, and there's always something going on with year-round events, holiday festivities and plenty of operations. Community events reinforce our community, allow us to meet residents, create fresh friends, and explore more of our city.

This amazing location is conveniently located in close proximity to the follow Danville places of interest.  Make sure to check them out on your next visit:

 

  • Museum Of The San Ramon Valley

  • Town Meeting Hall

  • Museum of the San Ramon Valley (located in the restored 1891 Southern Pacific depot)

  • Eugene O'Neill National Historic Site - Tao House.

  • Blackhawk Museum

  • Mount Diablo State Park

  • Las Trampas Regional Wilderness

  • Museums and historic sites

  • DPG Pavers Danville Location

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