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2018–2019 Danville Annual Report The Town of Danville provides services to the community in a myriad of ways. This ‘Annual Report’ snapshot gives residents a quick overview of the various service areas and types of work that occur during the year.

Budget At-a-Glance

Public Safety

O P E R AT I N G B U D G E T BY F U N CT I O N TOTAL: $32,945,781 GENERAL GOVERNMENT $1,799,546

POLICE SERVICES $9,965,204

ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES $4,309,391

OTHER $3,190,475

SALES TAX $5,522,000

8,800 hours of service donated by Volunteers In Police

277 total accidents

1,200 hours of service donated by Reserve Officers

24,000 calls for service in 2018

MAINTENANCE SERVICES $7,811,342

Maintenance Services LIGHTING & LANDSCAPE $3,120,682 RECREATION, ARTS & COMMUNITY SERVICES $2,675,110 MEASURE J & GAS TAX $2,583,287 PLANNING & BUILDING $2,529,200

PROPERTY TAX $13,642,000

14% decrease in violent crimes over a 10-year period

Approximately

O P E R AT I N G R E V E N U E S O U R C ES TOTAL: $35,562,484

1,356 number of alarm calls responded to by police (down 32% from last year)

in 2018 (20-year low)

RECREATION, ARTS & COMMUNITY SERVICES $4,368,485 DEVELOPMENT SERVICES $4,691,813

26% decrease in property crime over 10-year period (All-time Low)

FRANCHISE FEES $2,299,730

1,177 total service requests completed

78 trees pruned for sign visibility

11,862 bags of litter

246 linear feet of

295 sidewalk repairs

6,039 street sweeping curb miles swept

removed

performed

354 traffic and street name signs installed or replaced 141 street light repairs 893 irrigation repairs 309 potholes filled 729 drain inlets inspected and cleaned 4,070 linear feet of pavement markings

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curbs repainted


2018–2019

Development Services TRANSPORTATION

1,149 students (Danville schools) served by TRAFFIX

SRV STREET SMARTS:

Administrative Services

(reducing 206,820 vehicle trips and 600,927 vehicle miles traveled annually)

22 Elementary School

Assemblies

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

1,675 hours of traffic signal

11 Bike Rodeos

15 free public WiFi facilities upgraded

maintenance logged

12 traffic signal bicycle video

detection systems installed

16 traffic signal video

detection system conversions

130 Downtown parking

112 transportation-related

customer service requests closed

7 Crosswalk Pedestrian

Warning Systems installed

2.5 lane miles of bike lanes repaved and restriped

spaces added (Village Theatre Lot)

6 Middle School Assemblies 12 High School “Start Smart” Assemblies ENGINEERING

30 streets paved this year 5.5 total miles of new pavement

Recreation, Arts & Community Services 6 art exhibitions held at the

23,543 total participants in classes and programs

795 people volunteered to work on Recreation programs

2,609 classes offered

1,126 families took part in Town of Danville programs

6,964 hours volunteered for Recreation programs

LIBRARY

COMMUNITY EVENTS

312,684 books and other

100,000+ spectators to downtown events

Village Theatre & Art Gallery

materials checked out by library patrons

72,821 books and other materials in the collection

14 successful large scale community events held 10,000+ event calendars distributed in print and online

1,450 support tickets completed ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

$55,000 in business promotion grants awarded 15,000 Live Locally guides delivered, featuring downtown businesses, walking maps and historic sites

FINANCE

17 consecutive years that the Town has received a Certificate in Outstanding Financial Reporting from the Government Finance Officers’ Association (GFOA) 12 hours of budget hearings on the 2019/20 Operating Budget HUMAN RESOURCES

16 full-time staff onboarded 133 summer camp and

temporary staff hired for the 2019 season

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Town of Danville Annual Report 2018-2019  

A snapshot of how the Town of Danville functions. A look at the program and service areas provided to the community and how they operate.

Town of Danville Annual Report 2018-2019  

A snapshot of how the Town of Danville functions. A look at the program and service areas provided to the community and how they operate.