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  1. City of Durham Status Report Regarding 115 North Duke Street Explosion

  2. Support Providers Ready to Help Durham Businesses Impacted by Gas Explosion

    Small Business Advisory Committee and NCWorks Hosting Events at Downtown’s Chesterfield Building Additional Info...
  3. Resident's Encouraged to "Go Green" at Durham's Earth Day Festival

    Durham residents will receive information on the many ways to “love” the Earth and make a local impact at Durham’s 2019 Earth Day Festival on Sunday, April 28 from 12 p.m. – 5 p.m. at Durham Central Park on 501 Foster Street. Additional Info...
  4. Durham Seeks More Input on Zoning Changes to Expand Housing Choices

    This Saturday, April 27 meeting is an opportunity for residents and property owners to learn about the Expanding Housing Choices Initiative, which is designed to allow for more and varied housing options. Additional Info...
  5. Durham Seeks User Feedback on Website Design

    When you visit the City of Durham website, what drives you nuts? What works well? Now’s your chance to tell us. Take the online survey now through April 30. Additional Info...

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Durham Fire Department
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Human Resources Department
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Durham Parks & Recreation
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Durham Police Department
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Durham Police Department Next Door
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Finance / Purchasing
Learn about new bid opportunities with the City of Durham
   
Office on Youth
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Stormwater Services
The latest in news and stormwater educational resources
 
Transportation
Learn about Move Safe Durham
   
Water Management
Water conservation tips and facility information
  

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:
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