Contra Costa County is a county situated in the U. S. state of California, in the east bay of the San Francisco Bay Area. The city of Danville is located within this county and is renowned for its small-town character, recreational activities, dining culture, family environment and vibrant arts scene.
Founded in 1858, Danville is situated in the heart of the San Ramon Valley in Contra Costa County. It is roughly 30 miles east of San Francisco and three miles south of Walnut Creek. The city has a population of around 44,000 people and covers an area of 18.1 square miles. Since its constitution in 1982, Danville has been dedicated to preserving its small-town character.
The city's most prominent landmark is Mount Diablo as a backdrop, which is located to the east at 3,849 feet (1,173 m) and provides a picturesque backdrop for Danville and neighboring towns and cities. For all your administrative procedures, you can reach out to the Danville City Council at the address and times indicated on their website or contact the city government by phone or email depending on your preferences or the availability of the service.