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...
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...
Online Survey Open Until March 1 to Collect Concept Plan and Logo Design Feedback Additional Info...
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...
Three Signage Design Options to be Presented for Community Feedback on February 20 Additional Info...
Department Social Media
Participation and Posting Guidelines
We want to hear from our residents and encourage our visitors while visiting our social media page to provide comments and feedback. City of Durham social media sites are subject to applicable North Carolina Public Records Law and can be disclosed to third parties. We also have user guidelines and respectfully request that site visitors adhere to them. The City of Durham reserves the right to delete all comments that are not in compliance with the following guidelines:
• No comments will be allowed that use inappropriate or offensive language.
• No comments will be allowed that discriminate or are derogatory based on race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, or veteran's status.
• Any profile that harasses another user profile, or is in violation of the comment guidelines, will be removed from the site.
• Any profile that appears to violate any terms of the hosting site will be reported to site administrators.
• Any comments that appear to be spam or advertising solicitation will be removed from the site.