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No, we only take exact cash or checks. Checks should be made out to Town of Danville.
500 La Gonda Way
Danville, CA 94526
Southbound on Highway 680: Exit at El Cerro, turn right onto El Cerro, at the light turn right onto La Gonda. We are the first building on the right. The Police Department is located to the corner of the building.
Northbound on 680:
The front office is open Monday through Thursday 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and Fridays 8:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m (excluding legal holidays). For after-hours questions and non-emergencies, call 925-820-2144.
All reports may be obtained through the Contra Costa County Office of the Sheriff Records Unit. (link below)
Additionally, traffic collision investigation reports may be obtained through Danville Police Department’s online portal: Online Police Report Access or by calling 866-215-2771 for assistance. We will release accident reports to an involved party only, for a $5.00 fee.
Contra Costa County Office of the Sheriff Records
Link to Website
Contact the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Dispatch at 925-820-2144 or 911.
If it is a non-emergency, call dispatch 925-820-2144 to have an officer contact you to set up an appointment to meet at an agreed location. If it is an emergency, call dispatch 911 immediately.
Only two types of permits are sold: Downtown Merchant / Employee Parking Permits and residential permits. To the residents of 197 E Linda Mesa, you must show proof of residency or employment (pay stub, business card, etc.). Permits are either free of charge or $50 dollars depending on the zone. View Permit Applications for more information.
You may visit our police department lobby during business hours (Monday through Thursday 8:00 a.m. until 5 p.m. and Friday 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.) and if an officer is available they will sign it for you. Be advised, we do not sign off on insurance violations. These can be corrected by visiting or sending proof to the county court system.
Pay online and follow the directions on the ticket.
Contact:Superior Court - Walnut Creek640 Ygnacio Valley RoadWalnut Creek CA 94596Phone: 925-608-1000
Pay online or mail payment to: Citation Processing CenterP.O. Box 22814Denver, CO 80222 - 2814
You must contact the County Records Department:2530 Arnold DriveSuite 170Martinez, CA, 94553Phone: 925-335-1570
Parking Citations are to be appealed in writing through the Clancy System. Mail written appeals (do not send any money) to:Citation Processing CenterP.O. Box 22814Denver, CO 80222 - 2814
Please contact the Police Department at 925-314-3700 with any concerns regarding Parking Enforcement Officers.
The Danville Police Department no longer offers fingerprinting services. Please check with the Postal Annex or other agencies.
Restraining orders are obtained at the courts. The closest court to obtain a restraining order would be Contra Costa County Courts on Court Street in Martinez or
640 Ygnacio Valley RoadWalnut Creek, CA 94596
Yes, the Danville Police Department offers vacation house checks to Danville residences. The form is available online. Once filled out, the online form is sent directly to us where it is assigned to the specific beat box.
The Danville Police Department issues a 3-day temporary parking permit which will allow the RV owner time to load and / or unload their motor home or trailer. The permit must be displayed in the front left corner of the windshield.
No (We do not issue temporary permits for semi-trucks / trailers). There is no overnight parking at Sycamore Park and Ride and there are “No Overnight” signs posted.
The Town of Danville Police Department currently accepts syringes / sharps in our lobby during business hours. Syringes / sharps need to be placed in a rigid, sealed container before placing in the red receptacle. San Ramon also accepts used syringes / needles.
San Ramon Valley Fire District1500 Bollinger Canyon RoadSan Ramon, CA 94583Phone: 925-838-6640
The Town of Danville Police Department will accept expired or unused medications, however, we do not accept controlled (i.e. morphine, oxycodone, etc.) medication. The individual will dump all of the pills into one zip lock bag and recycle the bottles at home. Any medication that is not in pill form leave in its original container, scratch off the patient's name and prescription number and place the container(s) in a second, separate zip lock bag. Place the plastic bags in the green receptacle located in the Police Department lobby.
Except as otherwise provided in this section it is unlawful for a person to do any of the following acts:
No, the letter is issued by the Records Department located at:
2530 Arnold DriveSuite 170Martinez, CA 94553Phone: 925-335-1570
Background check letters can also be requested via email to Records Info. All email requests need to include the name of the agency requesting background check and a copy of person's driver's license or passport.
Field Operations Bureau1980 Muir RoadMartinez, CA 94553
The phone number is: 925-687-8844, ext. 301. This program can help resolve issues involving:
The Danville Police Department does not register bicycles.They can register online at the National Bike Registry website. There is a list on the website of surrounding agencies that are participating in the program. Walnut Creek police Department, Dublin Police Services, and Contra Costa County Sheriff's Department are some examples of local participating agencies.