Effective for the duration of the shelter-in-place order, enforcement will be temporarily suspended for the following:
72-hour parking limit ordinance and towing (unless the vehicle poses a safety hazard or is deemed abandoned)
All posted time limit parking (e.g., 1-hour, 2-hour, etc.)
Downtown Employee Permit Parking permits
Residential Permit Parking (RPP) permits
The Danville Police Department will prioritize enforcing parking rules that impact health and safety:
Fire hydrant zones
Red (No Stopping / No Parking) and Yellow (Commercial Loading); and White (Passenger Loading) Zones
Blocked driveways, impeding traffic lanes, double parking, and parking on sidewalks
Parking in bike lanes
Paying for a Parking Citation
To pay for a Parking Citation you may pay online or you can mail payment to:
Citation Processing Center P.O. Box 22814 Denver, CO 80222 - 2814
Contesting a Parking Citation
Parking Citations are to be appealed in writing through the Clancy System. Mail written appeals (do not send any money) to:
Citation Processing Center P.O. Box 22814 Denver, CO 80222 - 2814.
The only citations that we can cancel at the Police Department are in the case of a business owner or employee who receives a one-time exception following the purchase of a parking permit.
Filing a complaint against a Parking Enforcement Officer
Complaints regarding conduct or professionalism of Parking Enforcement Officers may be directed to Juliet Kelly at 925-314-3700
Obtaining an Employee Parking Permit
Employee Parking Permits for 2018 are available beginning December 1, 2017 for purchase online. As part of the purchasing process, you must provide proof of employment either in the form of a recent pay stub or business card. Verification can be completed through the online ordering process, or by submitting documents in person to:
Danville Police Department 510 La Gonda Way Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.