About Danville, California

Danville is located in Contra Costa County, California, approximately 30 miles east of San Francisco. It was founded in 1854 and incorporated as a town in 1982. The town is known for its picturesque setting, nestled in the San Ramon Valley at the foot of Mount Diablo. Danville has a population of around 42,361, according to the 2024 census. The town has a Mediterranean climate, characterized by mild winters and warm, dry summers. The city has a vibrant downtown area, known as Danville’s Historic District, which features a variety of shops, restaurants, and art galleries. It is home to the Blackhawk Museum, which showcases a collection of classic cars and Western art. Danville hosts numerous annual events, including the Danville Farmer’s Market, the Fourth of July Parade, and the Hot Summer Nights Car Show. Danville is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts, offering numerous parks, trails, and open spaces for recreational activities. Danville is surrounded by picturesque natural beauty, with nearby attractions such as Mount Diablo State Park and Las Trampas Regional Wilderness. The city is home to the Eugene O’Neill National Historic Site, the former residence of the famous American playwright. Danville has a strong local economy, with a diverse range of industries including healthcare, education, technology, and retail.

Services we offer in Danville :

E Waste Recycling
Hard Disk Destruction
Batteries Recycling
Fire Extinguisher Recycling

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