Efforts to reduce traffic congestion around Danville schools and updates on recycling and garbage pick-up services in town are among the lead talking points set for Tuesday night's Town Council meeting.
The council will receive a trio of informational reports, including discussions of TRAFFIX and RecycleSmart.
TRAFFIX is a joint venture among the town, city of San Ramon, Contra Costa County and the school district aimed at addressing congestion caused by school-related traffic in the area's busiest intersections.
Mayor Karen Stepper and Councilman Newell Arnerich, who represent the town on the TRAFFIX board, will present a report on recent agency activities to their fellow council members.
Stepper and Arnerich will also update the council and residents on recent efforts of RecycleSmart -- the common name for the Central Contra Costa Solid Waste Authority, to which the town belongs for solid waste and recycling services.
In other informational reports, Vice Mayor Renee Morgan will provide an update on the town's Parks and Leisure Services Commission.
The council members are also set to approve a proclamation declaring April as National Volunteer Recognition Month. Town recreation program supervisor Jessica Wallner and volunteer program specialist Julie Mason will receive the proclamation.
The council meeting is scheduled to start at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Town Meeting Hall, 201 Front St. in downtown Danville.