City of Durham News
Durham Hosts Project Proposal Training Seminar
Business owners interested in local governmental contracting should attend this free training to learn about upcoming project opportunities and how to effectively respond to a request for a proposal.
City-County Office on Youth Featured in Durham Magazine
Learn more about City-County Youth Initiatives Manager Lara Khalil and her team's work to create more spaces and structures for Durham's youth to help shape local government. Read the article.
Fire Department Receives CO Alarms from Eno Animal Hospital
Thanks to a donation from Eno Animal Hospital, more Bull City families and their pets will be safe this winter season. At the donation ceremony on Feb. 17, Jethro the Fire Dog demonstrated how to respond correctly to a CO alarm.
Make Sure Your Dog is Registered to Enjoy Durham's Dog Parks
Durham Parks and Recreation reminds dog owners to make sure their pets are registered to explore, dig, and play in Durham's dog parks. Dog park tags are valid for one calendar year (January 1 - December 31) and at all City dog parks. Learn more and register.
Early Voting for Primary Election Runs Through Saturday, February 29
Early voting for the March 3, 2020 Primary Election started Thursday, Feb. 13 and runs through Saturday, Feb. 29. As a reminder, voters will NOT be required to show a photo ID to vote in this election. Visit dcovotes.com to find voter and election details.
City Reminds Residents of Snow Removal Routes and Maps
When winter weather hits, the City's Public Works Department is ready to respond if snow removal becomes necessary. Residents can review the City's snow removal routes and maps to see how street clearing efforts are prioritized. Bridges, major thoroughfares, and major arterial streets inside the city limits are given priority.