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The Town of Danville aims to keep you connected and informed about what’s happening in our community.



CWS can alert residents and businesses within Contra Costa County that are impacted by or are in danger of being impacted by an emergency. The CWS message will include basic information about the incident and what specific protective actions (shelter in place, lockdown, evacuate, avoid the area, etc.) are necessary to protect life and health. CWS is generally not used for traffic notifications or other non-life threatening incidents.
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Typically, the fire season in California starts at the beginning of May and runs through November. The National Weather Service may issue Red Flag Warnings due to extreme weather conditions. To check if any red flag warnings are in effect for your area please go to

PG&E PSPS Alerts: 

To sign up for alerts from PG&E regarding the planned Public Safety Power Shutoffs (PSPS) and to get great tips on how to be ready in an emergency, go to


Bay Area Air Quality Management district Current Air Quality

AirNow reports air quality using the official U.S. Air Quality Index(AQI), a color-coded index designed to communicate whether air quality is healthy or unhealthy for you.

PulsePoint App

PulsePoint Respond is a 911-connected app that can immediately inform you of emergencies occurring in your community and can request your help when CPR is needed nearby.



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Nixle: Text your zip code to 888777 to receive local emergency notifications



REMEMBER…If cellphones are not working, the internet is down and other communications are not functioning, radio Station AM 1610 is the place to go for emergency information.

Learn more about how we manage our Social Media Channels in our Social Media Policy.


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Nixle: Text your zip code to 888777 to receive local emergency notifications or sign up below.

Most Danville PD's Nixle messages are in the "Community" category. They focus on crime prevention and are delivered via email. But subscribers to DPD's Nixle stream also receive "Advisories" and "Alerts," which are delivered via text message. Advisories typically notify recipients about events that could affect their movements around Danville, such as streets or areas that are shut down unexpectedly. Alerts involve situations when DPD would like the public to be aware of situations that require more immediate attention, like a missing person who is at risk.

DPD encourages people to set up an account via to better limit and personalize the messages they receive. These subscribers will be able to register specific intersections or addresses relevant to their concerns and also receive messages only from specified agencies.

Nixle supplements Town of Danville's emergency alerting systems already in place such as the CWS Alert emergency notification system. Please sign up for CWS Alert at Remember, no one system is guaranteed in an emergency.

NEW - Town Talks with Mayor Renee Morgan

Town Talks - Talk Locally

Danville residents have a new way to stay connected as Mayor Renee Morgan will begin a monthly live stream broadcast called Town Talks. The next Town Talks will be at 9:00 A.M. on Friday, October 1, 2021and will be live-streamed via the Zoom app.  To register for the program, go to 

Participants can ask questions using the chat feature or email questions ahead of time to

Watch previous editions of Town Talks with Mayor Renee Morgan

Viewers are able to ask questions using the chat feature or can email questions ahead of time at  Following the program, it will be uploaded to the Town of Danville’s Youtube channel and hosted on the town’s website

The program is intended to provide a safe way for residents to hear from their community leaders and get up to the minute information on the issues and topics facing Danville. Viewers will have the opportunity to ask questions in the chat and have them answered in real-time. Questions can also be asked in advance by e-mailing

For more information on Town Talks, contact Assistant to the Town Manager Diane Friedmann at (925) 314-3378 or  

10-8: In Service

Join Police Chief Allan Shields and Lieutenant Jason Ingrassia every Wednesday at 5:00 P.M. on Facebook Live for the Town of Danville Police Department's weekly show.
Hear about current trends, crime prevention, and community preparedness strategies.
You can also submit your questions to be answered live on the show. Submit questions and feedback to

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