They say everybody loves a parade, and in times like these, that’s even more true. The 4th of July Parade has been a fixture in the Town of Danville for over 60 years, and there’s no reason to stop now. This year the Kiwanis Club of San Ramon Valley will be bringing you a spectacular VIRTUAL parade. Historically, the […]
Certified farmers’ markets, like the Danville Farmers’ Market, were designated as essential businesses as part of the Shelter in Place order. As a result, we have been working diligently with local officials to reopen the farmers’ market with changes to the operation of the market that PCFMA has implemented at other farmers’ markets throughout the […]
Looking for an outdoor activity while still social distancing? The Museum of the San Ramon Valley can help with a Danville history walk. While we shelter in place it is still important for us to get out and exercise while keeping at least 6 feet of separation. You may find yourself getting tired of walks around your […]
New Shelter in Place Order to allow for opening of Danville Tennis Courts The updated Shelter in Place Order released April 29, 2020 by Contra Costa Health Services relaxed restrictions on what are considered low-risk outdoor activities. As a result, the Town of Danville will be reopening municipal tennis courts on Monday, May 4, 2020. Tennis courts […]
New Order Eases Current Restrictions on Some Business and Recreational Activities Summary of New Health Officer Shelter in Place Order The seven Bay Area Public Health Officers who ordered a shelter in place in mid-March will extend the orders through May 31 while some restrictions are eased and tools to strengthen containment of COVID-19 are […]
California Governor Gavin Newsom, Oregon Governor Kate Brown and Washington Governor Jay Inslee announced an agreement on a shared vision for reopening their economies and controlling COVID-19 into the future.
Recognizing the severity of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Contra Costa County Superior Court is taking active steps to control its spread within the community and reduce infections. Parties, attorneys, and jurors who are experiencing coughing, fever, or shortness of breath should not come to Court. • Individuals who have received a summons for jury duty […]
Students and their parents may find themselves discovering a new source of interest and motivation in the classroom in the form of science class. There are reasons for this – primarily, science class being a place where kids can indulge their curiosity about the natural world, and also the recent innovations that are making science much more hands-on.
By Carolyn Alverson-Thornton At the time of year when parents and students alike are busily preparing to go back to school – scrambling to get the supplies they will need, possibly attending orientations or signing up for activities, and some students will be starting a new school or level. In addition to looking forward to […]
PLEASANT HILL, Calif., April 15, 2018 – Recently, the school districts in Contra Costa County proudly submitted their 2019-2010 Teacher of the Year (TOY) candidates to the Contra Costa County Office of Education (CCCOE). The newly honored teachers are not only recognized for their outstanding education achievements, but they also represent the approximately 8,637 teachers educating […]
Bay Area’s Redwood Past: New Exhibit Pays Homage to Old-Growth Redwoods through Conservation and Education Oakland, CA (December 17, 2018) – The East Bay Regional Park District and Save the Redwoods League unveiled an Old Growth Redwood Heritage Viewing Deck and Interpretive Exhibit at Roberts Regional Recreation Area this past Saturday, celebrating […]