The Town Green is located at 400 Front Street, a 1-acre grassy area between the Danville Library and the Danville Community Centre. This lovely lined tree area is used for various special events , 321weddings and other community gatherings. It’s also home to our Moonlight Movie series in the summer. There is a band stand on the Town Green to supply electricity for lighting or sound equipment.


  • Check facility availability and request a reservation online.
  • Reservations will be accepted at a minimum of 2 weeks in advance of the event date, and a maximum of one year in advance.
  •  In order to secure a date, deposit must be submitted and permit must be approved by Town Staff. When reserving less than 90 days prior to the event, deposit and all rental fees are due at the time of booking.
  • Your initial payment may be made online or over the phone with a VISA, MasterCard or American Express. Alternatively, you may pay by check payable to Town of Danville. Mail or bring checks to the Danville Community Center, 420 Front Street, Danville CA, 94526.
  •  If fees are not paid when due, permit may be cancelled unless applicant has contacted the Town of Danville, Facilities Management.
  •  Facility Reservations are not confirmed until you receive a rental contract/permit.
  • All reservations must be made by adults aged 21 years and older.
  • All reservation requests are subject to Manager Approval.

Attractions near Town Green:

1. Iron Horse Trail

The Iron Horse Regional Trail is a railroad track for pedestrians, horse riders and bicycles in the East Bay Area of California. This trail is located in the inland central Alameda and Contra Costa counties, mostly on the Southern Pacific Railroad right of way established in 1891 and abandoned in 1977.The two counties purchased the right of way at that time, with the intention of using it as a transport corridor; the Iron Horse Trail was first established in 1986. In 2003, BART also proposed to use the right of way for the DMU line from Walnut Creek to Tracy via Pleasanton.

2. Museum of the San Ramon Valley

The San Ramon Valley Museum is dedicated to the preservation and celebration of our rich history and heritage. The collections and exhibits reflect our human experiences, institutions and cultures that have shaped the landscape, the environment and the early settlers of the valley.The Valley ‘s past is part of a permanent exhibition that includes artifacts, a historic narrative frieze and pictures of historic buildings. The Museum collects , stores and protects artifacts from the Valley of San Ramon. The Museum Store offers visitors exciting gifts and remembrances.

3. Danville Bowl

Make plans to make the good times roll with family and friends. From hourly lane rentals, daily specials, and group packages, they’ve got your good time covered. Bowling parties are a fun and inexpensive way to celebrate your special occasion. From birthdays, corporate events, class reunions, they can make your party fun & memorable.

This amazing park is located near the following kid-friendly parks in Danville, California:

  • Sycamore Valley Park
  • Hap Magee Park
  • Oak Hill Park
  • Osage Station Park
  • Danville South Park
  • Diablo Vista Park

All of these parks are located just a short distance from our location at 1261 Locust St #9 in Walnut Creek! Stop by for a visit anytime!