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San Ramon: New Downtown City Center

San Ramon’s new City Center has been years in the making and we are one step closer to the completion. This exciting new project will feature an outdoor shopping complex that will be become the heart of Downtown San Ramon. Across from Bishop Ranch, there will be a new City Hall, Library, and 635,000 square feet of retail and entertainment space including a movie theater, restaurants, an ice-skating rink for the winter season, and a gorgeous plaza for local events and gatherings. There are also developments of business space, a … [Read More]…

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Danville Under Construction: What to Expect

We are four months into 2015, can you believe it? This year has been off to a great start and the Town of Danville has completed some great developments so far. Two major upgrades have been ticked off the to-do list! The EBMUD Water Line has been repaired after a rupture last year and there have been new Wayfinding displays that add charm to the streets while aiding in navigation around town! This year boasts a lot more renovations that will be under way through the Fall including the revitalization … [Read More]…

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Danville Under Construction: Railroad Avenue

The Town of Danville has approved the construction of Railroad Avenue in order to create a safer, more welcoming environment for pedestrian traffic. Improvements include widened sidewalks, antique streetlights, a new row of street trees, and resurfaced roads in order to enhance visual aesthetic while remaining environmentally-friendly and allowing easy access for the community to enjoy popular town attractions like the Saturday Farmer’s Market, the Museum of the San Ramon Valley, and the historic Danville Hotel. Estimated Completion: Early October 2015 Excerpt from Town of Danville: “Railroad Avenue has long served as … [Read More]…

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Danville: Water Line Replacement (Completed)

We are ready for April showers (that will bring a bounty of May flowers!) because the EBMUD Water Line that ruptured last year has been completed. With construction beginning in January 2014, this project will prevent future flooding of roads in Downtown Danville. Excerpt from Town of Danville: “This project consists of replacing the 10-inch water line that ruptured on July 4, 2013. The project extends along Diablo Road, between Front Street and Hartz Avenue; and on Hartz Avenue, between Diablo Road and Railroad Avenue. Work is expected to occur generally … [Read More]…

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Danville Under Construction: Hartz Avenue

I’m sure you’ve all noticed the construction that is happening around Danville so here is a little insight into what is actually going on! Excerpt from Town of Danville website: “Currently, the north end of Hartz Avenue is reminiscent of the 1950s when stores had glass façades with parking in the front. This project is designed to extend the charm and character of Danville’s historic downtown to the retail area along this segment of Hartz Avenue with upgrades such as antique street lamps, brick-banded sidewalks, rows of street trees and … [Read More]…

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