The Town of Danville enjoys a vibrant downtown and is pleased to provide support for community organizations and events. We make every effort to allocate our resources wisely, so we are asking that you provide us with the following information in order to evaluate your request. It will help us determine if we have the resources and personnel available. Requests for street closures before 4:00 pm on weekdays will not be considered.
Please submit this event request to the Downtown Danville Partnership no less than four weeks in advance of your event. After we receive your request it will be reviewed by the Town Council. The contact person listed on this form will be notified when the request is presented at a Town Council meeting. The approval process may take up to two weeks.
The fine print:
- Events and programming should fit the mission of Downtown Danville and enhance commercial and residential vibrancy created by the area’s thriving permanent shops, apartments and restaurants.
- Events must be family-friendly and conducted in a manner that maintains public safety and access for customers, residents and businesses.
- The Town of Danville may allow temporary street closures for such activities when those closures will not negatively impact public safety and access.
- The restaurants and bars located in the defined Downtown Danville area are the preferred food and beverage providers for Downtown Danville events.
- Requests for street closures before 4:00 pm on weekdays will not be considered.
Certificate of Insurance – Indemnity Agreement
The Applicant/Event Organizer must file with the Town of Danville, a liability insurance policy, or evidence thereof, in the amount of two million dollars ($2,000,000) per occurrence and two million dollars ($2,000,000) aggregate for an event where alcohol is served or where there is “rolling stock”, motorized or not, (bicycle race, parade vehicles, etc.). For an event where no alcohol is served or there is no “rolling stock”, the applicant must file with the Town a liability insurance policy, or evidence thereof, in the amount of one million dollars ($1,000,000) per occurrence and two million dollars ($2,000,000.00) aggregate.