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Literary Festival

Literary Festival is Tonight!  

Do you have plans for this evening? Head over to the library for the annual Literary festival, with author Justin Cronin! The reception begins at 5:30 p.m. and the presentation is at 7:00 p.m. Don't miss it! 

Council Connection

Catch Up on Council Connection

Parks and Durango's Water Reclamation Facility topped discussion at the latest City Council meetingwatch the May 2, 2017 Episode of Council Connection

Farewell to two councilors, a council reorganization, our new Chief of Police begins works, plus more: watch the April 18 2017 Episode of Council Connection 
Rita the Amoeba

Santa Rita Water Reclamation Facility

The public is invited to the groundbreaking celebration of the Santa Rita Water Reclamation Facility on Wednesday, May 10th at 10:00 a.m. The event will take place in front of the current Administration building at the Waste Water Treatment Plant located at the west end of Santa Rita Park. Learn more here

Safe Routes to School

Needham and Park Students are Gearing Up to Walk-n-Roll to School!

The City is hosting Walk-n-Roll-a-Thon events at Needham and Park Elementary Schools as a part of the City of Durango’s Safe Routes to School program. There will be a bike rodeo at Park on Friday, May 5 and culminate in a bike rodeo and walk-n-roll parade at Needham on Friday, May 12. Throughout the week, students are encouraged to walk, bike, bus or carpool to school. 

Sidewalk in need of repair

Needham Connect II Public Meeting 

A neighborhood meeting on Thursday, May 11 from 5:00 to 6:30 pm at Needham Elementary School in the Multipurpose Room at 2425 W 3rd Ave will review and discuss the concept design plans for the upcoming Needham Connect II sidewalk project.

Watch this video about Needham Connect I! 


Santa Rita RV Dump Site is Closed

The Santa Rita RV Dump Site is closed. Please use an alternative site.

In-Site Community Development Monthly Update

In-Site Monthly Update

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Did You Know? 

Speeding was already an issue in Durango 100 years ago. In its meeting of May 3, 1910, Council established speed limits of 10 MPH in the business district and 18 MPH elsewhere. The City Marshal was authorized to rent a stop watch for 30 days or for as long as he needed, to enable him to enforce the speed ordinances and arrest the offenders. Use document search to pull up the minutes from the City Council meeting on 5/3/1910.

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