• Teens

  • The Town of Danville’s Teen Services seeks to provide social and recreational opportunities for teens that foster human development, build assets and character traits, and increase teen voice and involvement in the community.

  • Middle School

    The Town provides programs, events and services for students in grade 6th through 8th who attend Middle Schools within the incorporated boundaries of Danville. Those schools include Charlotte Wood, Diablo Vista, Los Cerros Middle Schools, and various private institutions.

    Select Here to check out our new Teen Center Membership and Enrichment Opportunities for our middle school students!

  • Teen Center Survey

  • The Town’s teen services division is looking for ways to better serve the teen population at our Teen Center programs. Please take 2 minutes to complete the survey linked below and help us better understand what you and your teen need during the 2017-2018 school year. As a thank you for taking the survey you will have the chance to win a free year of Teen Center membership for the 2017-2018 school year! Your participation in this survey is greatly appreciated.

    Link to survey:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TeenCenters

     

  • High School

    The Town of Danville provides resources and leadership for area High School students to provide programs, events, and services for students in grades 9 - 12. Schools which reside within the Town's incorporated boundaries include Monte Vista High School, San Ramon Valley High School, and Athenian. Check out the upcoming events and involvement opportunities on the High School page.

  • Get Involved in Local Government

    Two High School aged youth are appointed by the Town Council to serve as Commissioners on the Arts Commission and the Parks & Leisure Services Commission.

    The Youth Commissioners have the same voting rights as all other Commissioners on the board.

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    My neighborhood park is more than a place to chill. It keeps me thinking straight and away from trouble. It’s free -- and it’s really fun.