The more than 2,400 employees of the City of Durham are dedicated to the service of our residents – to provide quality services to make Durham a great place to live, work and play.
City services ensure the health, safety and welfare of residents and visitors to the City of Durham.
Make this your one stop home for what you need to know about the City of Durham. Durham One Call is the place to go for City government information. We will connect you to the best sources on education, emergency information, conservation and sustainability, community involvement and more.
This is your source for information on finding jobs with the City, bids and contracts, surplus properties, business licenses, laws and resources. The planning and inspections resources help you begin or grow your business
Sports, entertainment, the arts – wherever your tastes lead, Durham has it. World class facilities and nearly 100 City-owned parks and recreation centers make Durham a place where residents Play More!
Transportation options in Durham are plentiful, safe and affordable. The links below lead to information about available travel options and how Durham is working to improve travel throughout the region.
It's easy to see why so many residents and businesses call Durham home. Below are links to resources to help you live, work and play.
Solid Waste Collections Suspended; Motorists Asked to Stay Off Roads
Solid Waste Curbside Collections Resume Friday Road Conditions Permitting; Residents May Bring Trash and Recycling at No Cost to Waste Disposal & Recycling Center
Opening of City Hall Delayed Until 11 a.m. Tomorrow
Free FY14-15 Seminar Series Designed to Support Small Business Growth
After School, Programs Activities and Events Canceled Tonight; Recreation Centers Delay Opening Until 10 a.m. Tomorrow Weather Permitting
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