City of Durham News
Durham Offering Grant Funds to Help Homeless Residents
Durham organizations that help homeless residents are now invited to apply for more than $780,000 in grant funds to help support their local efforts. Learn more.
Give Feedback on Public Art Concept for Black Wall Street Gardens
We need your input to help shape the future public art design concept for Black Wall Street Gardens in downtown Durham. View the concept, design intent, and take the online survey to share your thoughts with Artists David Wilson & Stephen Hayes. Learn more.
Durham's SEED Fellowship Highlighted in Next City Article
The article highlights the first year progress of the SEED Fellowship, a program which helps create business ownership opportunities for communities of color. Progress in Durham includes the first-ever citywide business survey, data analysis of black-owned businesses, and work to create a website for small businesses resources. Learn more.
Provide Input on Durham's ADA Transition Plan by July 29
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. Learn more.
Six Days Left to Apply for Neighborhood Matching Grants 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.