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  1. City of Durham to Perform Temporary Water Disinfection Changeover

    This federal & state mandated month-long process begins Friday, March 1. During the month-long water treatment disinfection changeover process, Durham water customers may notice a slight change in the taste and aroma of their tap water. Additional Info...
  2. Durham Mayor Presents State of the City Address February 18

    Attendance is free and residents, business owners, and local news media are encouraged to attend Monday, Feb. 18 at 7 p.m. at City Hall Council Chambers, 101 City Hall Plaza. Additional Info...
  3. Durham Seeks Input on Proposed Neighborhood Bike Routes

    Online Survey Open Until March 1 to Collect Concept Plan and Logo Design Feedback Additional Info...
  4. Durham Continuum of Care Receives Additional $200K in HUD Funding

    Less than two weeks after receiving over $1.25 million in grant funding for Durham projects serving the needs of people without homes, another $200,000 is now on its way to the Bull City. Additional Info...
  5. Durham Hosts Second Downtown Wayfinding Project Public Meeting

    Three Signage Design Options to be Presented for Community Feedback on February 20 Additional Info...

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