City of Durham Offices Closed for Memorial Day
The City of Durham will observe the upcoming Memorial Day holiday on Monday, May 25, 2020. Many employees who are now teleworking due to COVID-19 will be unavailable on that day. City employees will be available, via teleworking services, on Tuesday, May 26, 2020.
Stay at Home Order in Effect - Planning and Development Services (DSC) Continue Most Operations Online
Effective March 26 - May 30, 2020, a Stay-at-Home Order is in effect in Durham. All City facilities remain closed to the public until further notice. As noted on the City’s COVID-19 web page, residents can be assured that essential City services will not be interrupted, including access to clean drinking water; trash collection; and emergency services from police, fire, and 911.
Many employees across the Development Services Center's (DSC) partner departments are working from home to continue providing services for the community. See this web page for meeting cancellations, operational changes, new processes, and technology updates. This page is continuously updated and linked to the Emergency Alert banner at dsc.durhamnc.gov.
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