Durham Launches Jobs Program for Justice-Involved Residents
The City of Durham will help justice-involved residents find work through the launch of a new Transitional Jobs Program that will provide temporary, wage-paying jobs including benefits as well as support services. Learn more.
Durham’s Participatory Budgeting Winning Projects Announced
After a month of voting and more than 10,000 votes on how to spend $2.4 million, the results are in for Durham’s first-ever Participatory Budgeting process. Learn more.
Durham Fleet Department Ranks Ninth in the Nation
On June 18, the Durham Fleet Department earned the ninth spot in Government Fleet Magazine's rankings for the top 20 leading fleets in the country. Learn more.
Durham Seeks Neighborhoods Projects for Matching Grant Program
Residents who want make their neighborhoods a better place to live, work, play, and shop may apply for up to $2,500 for their project through the City of Durham Neighborhood Matching Grants Program. Applications accepted through July 31. Learn more.
Innovate Durham Seeks Entrepreneurs for 2019 Program
Local startups and entrepreneurs looking for a way to develop and test their products and services can now apply for the 2019 Innovate Durham program. Applications accepted until July 22. Learn more.
Registration for the Citizen Police Academy is Underway
Learn about the operations and services of the Durham Police Department in the 2019 Citizen Police Academy. Applications are being accepted for the free six-week academy which will run August 20 through October 1, 2019. Learn more.PLEASE NOTE:
Duke Energy notified the City that it will be working on tree trimming in the Hope Valley area in the next two weeks to increase clearance around power lines. Affected areas include Hope Valley Road, NC Highway 54, Fayetteville Road, Shearwater Drive, Renaissance Parkway, Highgate Drive, St. Gile Drive, and Cook Road. Questions or comments can be directed to Indira Everett
with Duke Energy.