Danville Neighborhood - Westside

The Westside is one of Danville's destination neighborhoods. Westsiders might spend Friday nights walking down to Pete's Brass Rail for a burger and a beer, and the next morning hop on their bikes and head to the Farmer's Market.

It is quite common to see neighborhoods spotted with homes with substantial additions, or even older homes razed and replaced with more efficient homes conducive to current lifestyles.

Original Westside homes are ranchers on big flat lots. There are higher density homes and even apartments on the periphery of downtown. Downtown Danville is beautiful and charming. Hartz Blvd. is lined with boutiques, coffee shops, funky consignment stores, and plenty of outstanding restaurants. It is no wonder people want to live close to downtown and be on the Westside.

Elementary School: Montair
Middle School: Charlotte Wood Middle School
Middle School: Stone Valley Middle School
High School: San Ramon Valley High School

Interesting facts:

  • Home of the Eugene O'Neill National Historic site known as Tao House.
  • Elliott's has been serving drinks since 1912.
  • Las Trampas Regional Wilderness offers 5342 acres of wilderness and expanded trail system.
  • The 4th of July parade routinely attracts over 40,000 attendees.
  • Noted San Ramon Valley Wolves are Bob Ladouceur, often referred to as the GOAT of High School football coaches and Dan Vickery, lead guitarist for Grammy and Oscar winning band Counting Crows.


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