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In This Issue: Take our Accessibility Survey; Learn about the Junior Fire Marshal Academy; Request financial support for festivals and events; Celebrate national recognition for the SmART Program; and recognize recent Durham Fire Academy graduates.
July 30 Event to Unveil Three New Pieces of Public Art in the Bull City
The first solar electric array on the co-shared Durham Fire and EMS Station 17 is now converting sunlight to electricity, saving money and reducing the carbon footprint.
Bull City’s First ADA-Accessible Playground Gets Updates Plus Signature, Permanent Public Art
In This Issue: Move Durham Transportation Study seeks feedback; Rededication of the Durham Convention Center; Durham Neighborhood College accepts applications; Participatory Budgeting results; and new public art at Durham Police Headquarters.
Do you have concerns or suggestions on how the City of Durham can be more accessible for people with disabilities? Share your feedback through July 29 via an online survey available in both English and Spanish.
If you live, work, or travel along LaSalle Street in Durham, you’ll want to mark your calendar for this Tuesday, July 23, drop-in style meeting to share and discuss sidewalk facility designs for this busy roadway.
The City of Durham Cultural and Public Art Program seeks proposals from qualified entities to support planning projects for the enhancement of new or existing cultural and arts festivals. Applications will be accepted through August 2.
Twenty-nine people who’ve made a lasting impact on the Bull City and the world around them are being honored as part of Durham’s 150th anniversary. In this episode, Durham 150 Honors Commission members talk about the honoree selection and remembrance.
Get ready to get in the game this July with Durham Parks and Recreation (DPR) and the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA).
Residents looking to play a more active role in their neighborhoods and the Durham community should apply now for the 2019 Durham Neighborhood College. Deadline to apply is July 26.
Durham residents seeking to make their neighborhoods better place to live, work, play, and shop may now apply to receive up to $2,500 for their project through the City of Durham Neighborhood Matching Grants Program. Applications accepted through July 31.