Community Relations Commission

The purpose of the Community Relations Commission is to promote respect and acceptance for diversity within the City.

CRC Brochure and Comment Form (PDF)

Submit a comment electronically to the CRC

CRC Indigenous People's Day Resolution (PDF)

CRC Civility First Durango Day Resolution

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Take the Civility First Durango Pledge!

The Pledge program encourages civility and respect among all residents and visitors.


Civility First Durango Pledge

At a Glance 

SpecificationsDetails
Established byResolution R-2012-26 (PDF)
Number on BoardFive
Length of TermThree years
Council LiaisonNone
Regular Meeting TimeFourth Wednesday of each month at 4:00 pm
Regular Meeting LocationCity Manager's Conference Room

  

Current Members  

NameAppointedExpires
Martha Flores03/05/201801/31/2021
Claire Attkisson03/05/201801/31/2021
Alex Oxford02/19/201901/31/2022
Nancy Stoffer02/19/201901/31/2022
Lexie Stetson-Lee03/05/201801/31/2021
Sophie Hughes, Youth Appointee
05/24/201808/31/2019
Ron LeBlanc, Staffn/an/a
Suzanne Sitter, Staffn/an/a

  

Community Relations Commission Bylaws (PDF)

Annual Reports

Community Relations Commission 2017 Annual Report

Community Relations Commission 2016 Annual Report (PDF)

Community Relations Commission 2015 Annual Report (PDF)  

Community Relations Commission 2014 Annual Report (PDF)

Community Relations Commission 2013 Annual Report (PDF)

 Community Relations Commission Focus Group Meetings

  

Please review our documented results to survey questions and comments at different events in the Durango community.

  Rainbow Youth Center 2018 (PDF)

  

CRC at Youth Expo 2018