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Coach Steve Ilg to Teach at Durango Recreation Center
World class athlete, expert coach, and yoga instructor Steve Ilg will offer two yoga classes in the Sunlight Room of the Durango Recreation Center. Slow Flow Yoga classes are available Sunday evenings from 4:00–5:15pm, and High Performance Prop Yoga class Read on...
34th Annual Arbor Day Celebration
The City of Durango Parks and Recreation invites you to the 34th Annual Arbor Day Celebration on Friday April 25, 2014 at 10 a.m. at the Durango Recreation Center, outside in the Amphitheater. In case of bad weather, the ceremony will be held in the Read on...
Dalla Mountain Park Fuels Reduction Project
The City of Durango, in partnership with the Southwest Conservation Corps and the Colorado State Forest Service, will be completing a fuels reduction project in Dalla Mountain Park. Hand thinning of vegetation on approximately three acres will commence Read on...
Domestic Violence Shooting Suspect Arrested
At about 6:52pm on April 19, 2014 Durango Police Officers were dispatched to the Homewood Suites located at 15 Girard Street in Durango. A female at that location called 911 to advise that she had been shot in the stomach. Durango Police and La Plata Read on...
Man Stabbed, Beaten and Robbed Outside El Rancho Tavern
Officers from the Durango Police Department were dispatched to an assault in progress early Friday Morning at 1:47am in front of the El Rancho Tavern 975 Main Avenue in Durango. Upon arrival a short time later officers found no disturbance happening but Read on...
City Encourages Residents to be Wildlife-wise
The City encourages residents to help minimize wildlife-human conflicts in our community. As we head into the warmer season, please remember to store trash and recycling containers in a manner that prevents wildlife access. Read on...
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Drinking Water Week

Join us May 4-10 for Drinking Water Week!

There’s so much to know about our H2O! Where does it come from and how does it get into our homes? How is it cleaned before we drink it? Which laws protect it? What other benefits does it offer besides public health and fire protection?

Water plays a critical role in our daily lives and the quality of life we enjoy. This Drinking Water Week let’s all make a commitment to learn more by getting to know our H2O! Click here to learn more!