The Guardians of Danville
City hall is one of the few buildings built prior to the Tristate Unification Purchase that remains within the city limits of modern day Danville. It is a colonial era mansion, that has been extensively refitted and repurposed to serve as the administration hub of the city. The building houses the city planning department, the environmental protection department, the Works office plus the mayor’s office itself. It sited in District 1
The building is decorated in colonial style, with extensive walnut panelling and red plus carpets throughout, and many of the facilities in the office, including many of the desks, are valuable antiques in their own right. Historical figures associated with the city have portraits hung throughout the building, leading to the overall impression of the building as a functional museum, as much as a administration hub.
In front of the the Hall, is an open plaza, with a large fountain, overlooked by a statue of Danville’s hero Germanium Man, cast in bronze. Danville River runs along the East side of the square, across which three bridges reach to a companion square in District 2.