Often called the “Heart of the San Ramon Valley,” Danville is a bedroom community, which with a population of over 40,000, still calls itself a town, rather than a city. That should be everything you need to know about Danville, California, but there’s so much more.
Nearly everything about Danville is charming, from its farmer’s market to the Iron Horse Regional Trail, which runs through the town. It was once a railroad, but is now a biking and hiking trail.
Danville isn’t for everyone. Business week has named it one of the most expensive zip codes in America. It’s also one of the Bay Area’s most wealthy suburbs. Its income level is the 2nd highest in the country, at least among cities with at least 40,000 people.
Danville is less ethnically diverse than most of the Bay Area, with nearly 80 percent of the population calling themselves white. It’s also far more conservative than much of the Bay Area. The plurality of voters are Republicans.
Danville has few major businesses, but Asia Pacific Airlines is headquartered there, but it conducts no operations.
Not surprisingly, real estate in Danville is pricey. The median home sells for over $1 million and the median monthly rent is $4,300.
Summers in Danville can be warm, with July highs in the high 80s. Winters can be cool, with January lows in the high 30s.
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