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Thank you Danville!!
Honored and Proud to be your Mayor. Renee Morgan

Expect Great Changes

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Meet Renee

Experience Matters

Highly regarded for her principled, energetic and idea-driven leadership, Renee was elected to Town Council in 2012, and has served as Danville Mayor. Renee's approach is proactive and hands-on.

Her philosophy: Under Renee's watchful eye, Danville is consistently ranked in the top 20 places to live and the safest city in California for the last three years. With an outstanding quality of life and a consistently balanced budget, Renee promises she will continue to preserve everything great about Danville!

Renee grew up in a military family, the daughter of a retired Command Sergeant Major, who served for more than 30 years. Renee is a 30-year Danville Resident and has two children. Her 32 year old daughter is a graduate of San Ramon Valley High School and her 17 year old son is an incoming senior. Her Son-in-Law recently retired from the Military. Renee also has two beautiful grandchildren.

Prior to being elected to the town council, Renee served on the Danville Planning Commission, Danville Historic Design Review, and Danville Heritage Resource Commission. During this time Renee implemented stronger open space guidelines, tightened historic preservation guidelines and updated two General Plans. ​

Renee maintains diverse partnerships with public agencies, nonprofits and service organizations. Renee currently represents Danville as a liaison with the San Ramon Valley Unified School District, Danville Area Chamber, Street Smarts, Contra Costa Mayors’ Conference, Tri Valley Mayors Council, and various Danville Commissions.

Renee draws upon her strong leadership and personal involvement with schools, veterans, seniors, and local businesses in serving Danville. This gives her a robust perspective on the needs of Danville.

Councilmember Morgan is a graduate of Leadership San Ramon Valley and Leadership Pleasanton. Renee also graduated from the Danville Volunteer in Police Program.

She is a former youth/High School Cheer Coach and Team Mom.

Renee’s diverse service reaches beyond Danville and her board positions include:

  • Contra Costa Transportation Authority-Director 

  • TRAFFIX-Director

  • San Ramon Valley Emergency Preparedness Citizens Corp-Board Member

  • San Ramon Regional Hospital/Tenet Healthcare- Governing Board

  • Southwest Area Transportation-Director 

  • Meals on Wheels Diablo Region-Executive Board/Treasurer

  • League of California Cities-Member

  • The One Hundred Club-Board Member/Lifetime Member 

  • Danville Children’s Guild-Member 

  • On Broadway Gala-Board Member

  • Contra Costa County Sheriff's Posse-Member 

  • Museum of the San Ramon Valley-Auction Chair

  • American Red Cross-Leadership Board

  • Danville Women's Club-VP of Programs

  • Relay for Life-Guest Speaker and Team Captain

  • Walk to End Alzheimer's-Guest Speaker and Team Captain

  • Impact 100-Guest Speaker and Member

  • Lunafest-Guest Speaker

  • School Site Council/PTA Legislative Advocacy Member

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What Residents are Saying

"Council member Renee Morgan continues to bring creative questions and views to Danville's Decisions for the past 8 years. She has been immersed in senior issues with her mother, veterans with her son-in law and student issues with a high school son. A vote for Renee is a vote for experience in the midst of issues that Danville has not faced before this Pandemic and beyond." 

Fellow Council member/Current Mayor Karen Stepper

"As Danville’s Mayor and Council member, Renee has brought knowledge, dedication and energy to our community.  I support her re-election."   

East Bay Regional Park District Director/Former Danville Council member/Mayor Beverly Lane

Danvile/San Ramon Express Endorses Morgan

"Danville is well-managed, with a balanced budget and no unfunded liability, and a lot of the credit goes toward its current leadership."

"Care must be taken, though, to maintain this envious position in the face of a global pandemic, economic downturn, struggling small businesses and a state government that demands building affordable housing. Danville needs leaders who know what they are doing now more than ever, which is why we are endorsing incumbent Renee Morgan"

"Morgan, a thoughtful council member with solid civic experience, also deserves another term. She served on the Danville Planning Commission, Danville Historic Design Review Committee and Danville Heritage Resource Commission prior to her election to the council eight years ago. Among other accomplishments during her time on these committees, Morgan helped update two General Plans for the town. She is also a strong advocate for regional cooperation, serving on a variety of regional committees and commissions."

“Council member Morgan is not afraid to ask the difficult questions and get the job done.” Jennifer French

“Renee has proven that no job is too big or too small when it comes to helping our children and community.” Lisa Pelligrini/Danville Childrens Guild

“Council member Morgan is by far the best public servant I have seen for Danville. She has made a tremendous commitment to the residents of Danville.” Tim Argenti

“Council member Morgan fought for corona virus relief that directly benefits the residents and Businesses of Danville. She organized efforts to protect our frontline workers and keep Danville thriving .” Dr. Bela Kenessey 

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News & Updates

What the Buzz Is All About


Alive Magazine

East Bay

"Renee Morgan:    

An Effective Public Servant"


9 Candidate Forum:

Watch the Contra Costa County Elections Office and League of Women Voters of Diablo Valley Candidate Forum 


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 The Engine of Matt Todd-Interview with Council member Renee Morgan

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Congratulations on being elected to a third term on the Town Council and selection as the Mayor of Danville

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