The town of Danville has joined one of only a handful of municipalities in the state to offer civil wedding ceremonies, and become the first city clerk's office in the county to provide the service.
Town officials announced Thursday that city clerk Marie Sunseri will perform the wedding ceremonies with options for either outdoors on the town office's patio or indoors in the lobby.
Those seeking marriage services at the Danville town offices must make an appointment with Sunseri's office, with ceremonies available on Tuesday and Thursday and lasting approximately 10 minutes each.
Reservations must be made no more than 90 days in advance of the big day, with couples being required to have a marriage license from the Contra Costa County Clerk-Recorder's Office ahead of the ceremony. Wedding parties may contain up to 10 guests.
More information and applications are available here.