The city of Danville has declared a state of emergency due to civil unrest in the Bay Area and the threat of possible looting and acts of vandalism. As a result, the police have set a mandatory curfew starting at 8 p.m. every day until June 5.Exceptions are allowed if the juvenile is accompanied by a parent or legal guardian or another adult authorized by the parent or guardian. Young people can also be out of their home or return home after school, religious or volunteer activities, work, sporting events, plays, or movies without unnecessary delay after the curfew deadline. The Alameda County Sheriff's Office issued a countywide curfew that will take effect starting at 8 p.m., after several nights of civil unrest in the Bay Area.
All residents of the county should stay in their homes starting at 8 p.m. Tuesday due to ongoing civil unrest, ongoing unrest and sporadic looting of businesses. The Pleasanton Police Department will deal with offenders on a case-by-case basis, and that anyone who does not fall into the 4 categories described in the order can be arrested. On Tuesday night, council members voted 9 to 4 to make the curfew permanent. Under the amendment to the ordinance passed on Tuesday, anyone under the age of 18 who is not supervised by a parent or guardian cannot leave after 9 p.m., Sunday through Thursday in Danville or after 10 p.m.
Exceptions are allowed if the juvenile is accompanied by a parent or legal guardian or another adult authorized by the parent or guardian. The Livermore Police Department activated their entire police force as a precautionary measure by Monday night. Dublin police had a greater presence on Monday night as well. The Village Theater parking improvement project will increase the available supply of public parking for users and customers in downtown Danville. It is essential for all citizens of Danville to be aware of the curfew and its exceptions so that they can remain safe during this time of civil unrest. The activity guide is also available for pickup at the Danville Community Center, the Danville Senior Center, or the Danville City Library. It is important for parents and guardians to be aware of their children's whereabouts during this time and to ensure that they are following all safety protocols set forth by local authorities.
It is also important for parents and guardians to be aware of any changes to local laws and regulations that may affect their children's safety. The city of Danville has taken steps to ensure that its citizens remain safe during this time of civil unrest. By understanding the curfew regulations and exceptions, residents can ensure that they are following all safety protocols set forth by local authorities.