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    City government offices closed July Fourth

    (Posted on Wednesday, June 28) The Municipal Building and all other city administrative offices will be closed on Tuesday, July 4, in observance of Independence Day. The public library also will be closed. Danville Transit will not operate. Read on...
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    Ceremony marks return of ‘Future I-785´signs

    (Posted Tuesday, June 27) State and local officials gathered Tuesday to reveal the “Future I-785 Corridor” signs that have been reinstalled along the U.S. 29 bypass from the Virginia-North Carolina line to its intersection at U.S. 58. Read on...
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    Community Foundation awards grant to library

    (Posted Thursday, June 22) The Community Foundation of the Dan River has awarded a grant of $3,000 to the Danville Public Library to make reading materials available to children in the community and to foster a culture around reading. Read on...
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    City Council OKs budget for next fiscal year

    (Posted Wednesday, June 21) City Council voted Tuesday night to adopt a budget that effective July 1 includes additional crime reduction initiatives, invests more money in public schools and continues projects designed to grow Danville. Read on...
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    Chef at the Market set for Saturday morning

    (Posted Wednesday, June 21) The Chef at the Market series resumes on Saturday, June 24, with master chef Chris King of The 616 restaurant preparing on site recipes from fresh foods found at the Farmers' Market. The event begins at 8:30 a.m. Read on...
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    Entertainment, fireworks set for Fourth Celebration

    (Posted Tuesday, June 20) Danville’s annual Fourth of July Celebration will be held Tuesday, July 4, and will feature a trail run, arts and crafts, a magic show, amusement rides, food concessions, free entertainment and fireworks. Read on...
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    Free concert will feature Elvis tribute artist

    (Posted Tuesday, June 20) Parks and Recreation’s Music on Main concert series will continue at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 22, at the Main Street Plaza. The free, outdoor concert will feature Elvis tribute artist Wayne Euliss. Read on...
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    City posts agenda for next City Council meeting

    (Posted Thursday, June 15) City Council will meet Tuesday, June 20, in a business session at 7 p.m. The agenda includes a vote on the proposed budget for the next fiscal year. The session is open to the public. River City TV will air it live. Read on...
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    Noblis agrees to extend its lease in Danville

    (Posted Monday, June 12) Noblis Inc. announced today that it has agreed to extend its lease at 527 Bridge St., where it operates a Cray XMT 2 supercomputer and other big data processors. The company also intends to hire additional personnel. Read on...
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    RIFA approves purchase agreement with Enviva

    (Posted Monday, June 12) The Regional Industrial Facility Authority today approved a purchase agreement with Enviva Development Holdings LLC for a project of regional significance in the Berry Hill Industrial Park in Pittsylvania County. Read on...
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    FY 2018 Introductory Budget
    This budget supports continued efforts to reclaim Danville’s status as a place of economic opportunity and an attractive, safe, desirable place in which to live. The Introductory FY 2018 Budget includes resources to continue to provide basic municipal services and also make additional investments in the focus areas identified by City Council: reduce crime, improve education, and grow Danville. 
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    Crime Reduction Strategies
    Danville City Council has made crime reduction a priority. The City of Danville is committed to improving the quality of life for our residents and making our community safer through new initiatives, community outreach, and programming. Information on these efforts, including presentations and videos, are available online. 

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    Danville Utilities Customer Portal
    The City of Danville has launched a new utility customer web portal with an interactive map that provides real-time information about power outages. This portal allows customers to not only search for or report power outages online, but also to track their utility consumption, view their bills and make payments.
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