Connect. Engage. Thrive. Upcoming Events September 20, 2023 October 1, 2023 – Autumn on the Green October 10, 2023 – Danville Train Station Committee monthly meeting October 11, 2023 – LVRT Amenities Scoping Plan Public Meeting. 6 pm. 27 Church St. Hardwick, VT Read more » LVRT Updates from VTRANS September 20, 2023 Trails Status: More Sections are OPEN The trail is open from St. Johnsbury to the Rt 15 bridge in Walden, and again starting in Wolcott to Swanton. Only the section between Walden and Wolcott remains closed at this time. There are multiple active work… Read more » Final Village to Village Master Plan Complete October 29, 2019 On October 17th, DuBois and King staff presented the final draft Village to Village Activity Center Master Plan to the Selectboard, members of the Steering Committee and the public. The report includes a list of key action items that focus on maintain… Read more » Welcome to Danville! The Town of Danville is a classic, rural Vermont community that lies along an east-west corridor connected by Rte 2, Route 15, and the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail. Route 2 and its connection to Route 15 to the west and Montpelier to the south is the most significant east-west corridor in Northern Vermont. West Danville provides trailhead access to the LVRT and is home to Joe’s Pond, a gorgeous scenic and recreational resource that provides multi-season activities to residents and tourists. Further east along the Lamoille Valley Trail is Danville’s 150-year-old Train Station, a historic and treasured community landmark. The Train Station is undergoing a major renovation in 2023 to become the future transportation and recreation hub for the community. It will provide trail users with amenities such as public restrooms, information kiosks and cultural displays. Here you will find secure bike parking, water access and a bike repair station. The LVRT crosses Peacham Road at this location, which provides a direct route to the pituresque Village Green and Danville’s Village Center offering visitors with places to stop, eat, and shop. The Town Clerk’s Office, post office, public library and school are also located here.