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Catch Up on Council Connection

Students from Durango High School talk about their recent achievement at the International Space Settlement Design Competition, the City refinances 2009 bonds, plus more: watch the October 3, 2017 Episode of Council Connection.

City Engineer Gregg Boysen gives an update on the Santa Rita Water Reclamation Facility, Library Community Champions are named, plus more: watch the September 19, 2017 Episode of Council Connection.
Citywide Cleanup

It's time for Fall Cleanup

Leaves and tree trimmings are accepted, nothing else. Check the website for the neighborhood schedule. Remember, this service is for City residents only.

Santa Rita Water Reclamation Facility

Animas River Trail Bypass 

Starting on Monday, October 23rd, weather permitting, a temporary bypass will divert trail users away from a segment of trail located between the Animas River and the Santa Rita Water Reclamation Facility (SRWRF) due to construction required for a pipe installation.

To view a map of the bypass, click here. To learn more information about the project, click here
Durango Transit

Durango Transit needs your help!

Due to budgetary constraints, which include a decrease in funding form state transit grants, Durango Transit will not be able to operate at current service levels in 2018. In order to be fiscally sustainable, service cuts are necessary.

We invite you to take the Virtual City Hall survey here. Please join us for a Transit Open House at the Transit Center on Wednesday, November 1 from 5-7 PM to hear more about the proposed cuts and to offer your feedback. 

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How can the Durango Police Department best serve our community’s needs?

We would like to hear from you to better understand the issues and concerns you have that are affecting your sense of security and safety as well as how we can best serve our community and meet your needs.

Share your perspective by taking this survey.

City Manager's 2018 Budget Presentation

Click here to watch the presentation made by City Manager Ron LeBlanc to the City Council on September 26, 2017.

The public hearing on the budget is scheduled for Tuesday, November 7th. 

Did You Know?

In the City Council’s regular meeting of October 6, 1992 Mayor Shine mentioned that people were asking for more trail systems for biking and hiking. (Great time of year for that!)

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Durango Public Library adds English Language Learning Materials

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