Welcome to the Official Web Site for the Town of Danville
The Village in the Hills
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Danville is a small rural community defined by several distinct compact historical villages surrounded by farmland, forests and scenic vistas with a strong connection to the land. Our citizens cherish the traditional values of volunteerism, dedication to service, self-sufficiency, independence, education, community pride, family, and neighbor helping neighbor. We have chosen to expand our schools, and not tuition away our youth, and have maintained public libraries and community centers, renovated our town hall, and held fundraisers to operate a free public beach at Joes Pond. We support old traditions like the Danville Fair, and church suppers, and band concerts, and have largely avoided the adverse impacts of unplanned growth and development in our rural areas. We identify and encourage changes that will result in the overall benefit to the community and conversely, identify what changes will be detrimental to the health and vitality of the town. We plan for future growth patterns while positively addressing both individual concerns and community interests.
Work has been completed on the old town hall auditorium located on the second floor of the Danville town hall building. Check out the photos! While no longer large enough to house the regular town meetings, the hall was the frequent center for local basketball, plays, movies, fair activities, dowsers, dances, weddings, etc. Required repairs included all new windows, replaced walls, insulation, new wiring, heat, lights, restrooms, stage, sprinklers, as well as meeting all codes and adding handicap access.
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Updated 10/31/ 2011
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