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Caledonia County
population (2010 Census): 2,196 Danville Census Designated Place (Danville Village): 383.
Contact Information
  • Town Clerk: Michelle Leclerc
  • Office Hours: Hours - Monday-Friday: 8:00-4:00
  • Phone: 802-684-3352
  • Fax: 802-684-9606
  • Email:
  • Address: 36 Route 2 West; Danville, VT 05828
  • Mailing Address: PO Box 125; Danville, VT 05828
Danville has a Designated Village Center, approved by the State of Vermont Village Center Board, November 23, 2015. View the designation map here. To learn more about the benefits of Village Center designation, click here.
Watershed Information
Located in Basin 15 — Passumpsic

Documents / Data

*A CDP is an abbreviation for “Census Designated Place,” which is the statistical counterpart of an incorporated place and is used to provide statistics on settled concentrations of populations. Click here for more information.


Who we are

About us

Danville, as we know it by its present shape, was chartered by the new state of Vermont in 1786. It has been called “Village in the Hills” for good reason as it is situated high in the hills, offering vistas of mountains and beautiful rolling fields. In the first decade of Danville’s development, it experienced rapid growth of industry along its brooks and rivers and was the most populous town in the area. It was designated as the shire town of Caledonia County and hosted the Vermont legislative session in 1805.

The Area