It is the Virginia Municipal League's responsibility to investigate and evaluate the claim and determine whether any payment will be voluntarily made.
You may contact member of City Council using the phone numbers, email addresses, and mailing addresses provided on the City Council members portion of this site.
The office of the City Attorney cannot provide legal advice to citizens in private matters, nor is the office permitted to make referrals to citizens for private attorneys. A brief description of what happened and why you contend the City is responsible.
This office does not prosecute violations of State law or local ordinances; all prosecutions are handled by the Office of the Commonwealth's Attorney. The Notice may be mailed to: City Attorney’s Office, P. Box 330Danville, Virginia 24543 or delivered in person to:427 Patton Street, Room 421Danville, VA 24541or faxed to : (434) 797-8972The Notice must be received within six months of the date of the incident described.
How to File a Notice of Claim Section 15.2-209 of the Code of Virginia requires that any person seeking to assert a claim for negligence against the City provide Notice of the events giving rise to the claim within six months of the date of occurrence. Upon receipt, the City Attorney’s Office will forward the Notice of Claim to the Virginia Municipal League.
This Notice must be in writing and be provided to the Office of the City Attorney. The claimant will receive a letter confirming receipt of the Notice and, if timely, will acknowledge the forwarding of the Notice to Virginia Municipal League.
Applicants are required to have an email address and an account with Government Jobs.
Detailed instructions are available on our Hiring Process page. The manager is hired to serve the council and the community and brings to the local government the benefits of his/her training and experience in administering municipal or county projects and programs.The manager prepares a budget for the council’s consideration; recruits, hires, terminates, and supervises government staff; serves as the council’s chief advisor; and carries out the council’s policies.There are four ways to put money on an inmate’s account:1) Credit card via telephone2) Internet3) Kiosk (located in the Danville City Jail lobby at 401 Patton Street) 4) Cash or money orders delivered to the Adult Detention Center during inmate visitation. For more specific information, please see the link below.Touch Pay Online With the use of Touch Pay, we will no longer accept cash or money orders via regular mail.The Touch Pay kiosk in the Danville City Jail accepts cash in addition to credit/debit cards should you need to place money on an inmate's account.Cash will be accepted during the inmate's visitation time, but you must be on the inmate's visitation list to leave funds.