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Durango Government Television - DGOV for short
DGOV_final.jpgDGOV strives to keep the City residents apprised of City government functions and activities as well as community topics of interest. Programming will be as entertaining as possible, while maintaining its information foundation.

DGOV can be viewed in Durango and La Plata County on Charter Cable channels 191 and 981 HD; and for antenna users, over the air on Channel 10.1. It is also available over the air on channel 6.2 in Montezuma and Dolores counties.

Note: The embedded player below works best with Internet Explorer. You can also view the DGOV video stream on an iPad or Android device or with various media players. 

DGOV provides community television programs that can be viewed on demand. Internet Explorer and Google Chrome, with updated plug-ins, work best for the following:
  • Special Programs 
  • Council Connection - Council Connection is a program designed to give you a snapshot of the happenings of the latest Durango City Council meeting. 
  • Community Profiles - Community Profile offers an up-close and personal look at interesting individuals or groups active in the Durango community, from world-class athletes to your municipal workers and elected officials who help make Durango a great place to live.
  • Meetings - Watch local government in action: tune in to the bi-monthly City Council meeting, aired live from the City Hall Council Chambers. The meetings are replayed frequently, giving citizens plenty of opportunities to stay informed. DVD copies of City Council meetings are available for checkout at the Durango Public Library. All programs can be purchased for $25 per DVD. To reserve your copy, please email us or call (970) 375-5082 and allow two to three days for processing.
  • Documentaries - Documentaries take an in-depth look at local and regional issues and often examine the lives and experiences of real Durango people.
  • Public Service Announcements - DGOV produces its own Public Service Announcements (PSA's) about a variety of issues, and also to highlight City Departments, such as the Recreation Center or the Transportation Department. These PSAs are created in conjunction with many different entities and are used on both DGOV, as well as other networks to promote and inform.