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April 2nd, 2019 Election Results

Click here to view the results of the most recent City election.

City of Durango Street Department

Table of Comparable Cities

Click here to view a chart comparing city services within Colorado.

2019 Adopted Budget

Click here to view the 2019 Adopted Budget. The document is large and may take a few minutes to download.

2019 Utility Rate Changes

Click here to view a Summary Sheet of rate changes

Click her to view the Water / Sewer Capital Improvement Program Status Report

2018 Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan

Street Pavement Condition Index

View the index.

Housing Plan Update

View a copy of the Housing Plan (PDF). Learn more about the housing initiative.

The Comprehensive Plan 2017 update

Get all the details at this link.

City of Durango Character Districts Initiative

Learn more about this exciting project by visiting the project website: Durango Districts

Animas River Water Quality

Mountain Studies Institute (MSI) has been monitoring the water quality of the Animas River since before, during, and after the Gold King Mine release. Under a partnership between MSI and the City of Durango, MSI will continue the monitoring program in 2016 in order to understand changes in water quality during storm events and spring runoff. Water Quality information for the Animas River is available by visiting the Mountain Studies Institute website

Lake Nighthorse Project

Lake Nighthorse was constructed by the Bureau of Reclamation as part of the Animas La Plata (ALP) Project. The lake is full and the surface area is approximately 1,500 acres at maximum elevation and the reservoir area includes a total of approximately 5,500 acres. The reservoir site is two miles from downtown Durango and is poised to provide a significant recreational amenity to the area. Find more information regarding the project.

The Bureau of Reclamation has released a draft environmental assessment.

 City Projects

Website Functionality

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