- General questions can be directed to the La Plata County call center at (970) 382-6205.
- Sign up for email notifications from the City of Durango’s News Flash at DurangoGov.org/NotifyMe
- San Juan Basin Public Health resources:
- May 21 - City of Durango Issues Face Covering Order
- May 21 - Community Update #10 has been posted.
- May 20 - City of Durango Issues Smoking and Fire Restrictions Due to Extreme Fire Risk - read news release.
- May 18 - Fourth of July events have been canceled, except for fireworks display - read news release.
- May 15 - Community Emergency Relief Fund introduces "Rise & Recover Together" campaign - read news release.
- May 11 - Lake Nighthorse to open for the 2020 season with modified operations - read news release.
- May 11 - Durango Public Library will resume contactless curbside service starting May 13 - read news release.
- May 8 - The Durango Recycle Center will be open Tuesdays through Saturdays beginning May 12 - read news release.
- May 7 - Regulations governing on-site parking requirements will be temporarily relaxed to help facilitate outdoor business transactions - read news release.
What the mandatory Safer La Plata order means for Durango residents:
- City of Durango open space, parks and trails are NOT CLOSED.
- Residents are encouraged to continue hiking, biking, and running, however, you must maintain the legally-mandated safe distance of six feet or more from others while participating in outdoor recreation.
- Playgrounds, picnic areas, and other similar public gathering areas are CLOSED.
- The skate park is OPEN.
- Lake Nighthorse is OPEN.
- School District 9R playgrounds are CLOSED.
- Fort Lewis College recreational facilities including Durango Softball Complex, Smith Sports Complex, the tennis courts, frisbee golf course, and Rim Trail are OPEN.
- Critical business for the the City of Durango includes: