City Currents March 27, 2018
Council Connection

Catch Up on Council Connection

Council takes a step toward addressing the homeless issue facing our community: Watch the March 20th episode of Council Connection.

The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Men's Basketball Champions stop by City Hall, and Lake Nighthorse moves one step closer to annexation, plus more: Watch the March 5th episode of Council Connection.
Easter eggs

Changed location this year: Durango Parks and Rec Easter Egg Scramble


Join in the fun at Smith Sports Complex on Saturday, March 31st for a FREE Easter Egg Scramble. All ages meet at the fields by 9:45 a.m. Learn more here.
Lake Nighthorse

Lake Nighthorse Opening April 1st


The Lake will be open Saturdays and Sundays ONLY from April 1 through May 14, for non-motorized and non-trailered watercraft that are exempt from the State of Colorado aquatic nuisance species boat inspection.
Eligible boats include kayak, canoe, raft, belly boat, windsurfer board, sailboard, float tubes, inner tubes and paddleboards.  Hours of operation from April 1 – May 14 will be from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

The City of Durango is hosting “First to Fish” kids-only fishing event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 31. This special opportunity is restricted to children 15 years old or younger, and is limited to the first 80 vehicles due to limited parking. This event is free, and annual passes will be available for purchase during the event.

Learn more at www.DurangoGov.org/LakeNighthorse.

Durango Transit

Durango Transit Service Changes Effective May 7th 


The final service changes are a result of an extensive public process, ridership data, operational costs, and opportunities to partner with other agencies to mitigate the impact of service reduction. Starting on May 7th, using a Durango Transit pass, riders can board the Road Runner for service between the Durango Transit Center & Mercy Regional Medical Center. 

Can

Delivery of Residential Wildlife Resistant Containers


City of Durango has begun distribution of fully-automated wildlife resistant containers for Phase I of a two year capital improvement project. The Phase I distribution area was identified through a four-year study conducted by Colorado Parks and Wildlife. This includes residences from 1st St to the South side of 7th St between East 2nd Avenue and East 9th Avenue.  More information about the CPW study, along with maps of the Phase I and II study areas can be found at www.durangogov.org/wildlife.

Engage

Engage with your City! 


What do you value about living and working in Durango?Join the City of Durango at a Community Forum on Monday, April 16th from 5-7 p.m. 

For more information, click here!

To take the Community Satisfaction Survey, click here.

Cleanup

Spring Cleanup!


Citywide cleanup begins April 9th. For more information and a schedule, click here. 

One hundred years ago ... Plumb those privies! 


Perhaps in part due to a recent case of smallpox, at the regular meeting of City Council on April 2, 1918, the Councilors discussed privies and ordered an investigation of the number of outhouses that are within the Sanitary Sewer District limits but that were not connected to the City’s Sanitary Sewer System. Want to read about it in the meeting minutes? You can find them online by searching the City Records

Learn More at the Links Below:


Storm Drain Work in the Central Business District

Durango Mesa Area Plan Community Meeting April 5th

Library Community Champion Award: Accepting Nominations

College Drive Improvements

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