City Currents July 19, 2018
Council Connection

Catch Up on Council Connection

The 416 fire's impact on sales tax and Lake Nighthorse, and plans for a tiny village: Watch the July 17, 2018 episode of Council Connection.

The 416 Fire team gives an update on progress made in Hermosa, and Council has a lengthy discussion about the future of homeless sheltering area, plus more: Watch the June 18, 2018 episode of Council Connection

Citizen Engagement Survey

Citizen Engagement Survey


The City wants to know how citizens feel about the condition of community assets, how well current General Fund services meet citizen expectations, and what level of support citizens have towards generating the necessary revenue to maintain the General Fund services and infrastructure. 

If you haven't done so already, register for and take the 2018 City of Durango Citizen Engagement Survey by Sunday, July 22nd! The survey is available by clicking here.

Budget

Public Workshop on the Budget


As part of the process of developing the budget for fiscal year 2019, the City of Durango will hold a public workshop on Wednesday, July 25th at 5:30 p.m. in the Smith Council Chambers at City Hall (949 E. 2nd Avenue).  In addition to learning more about the City’s budget and budget process, interested citizens are encouraged to bring their ideas and suggestions which will be considered by the city manager and staff during the budget process. Learn more here.

Santa Rita Water Reclamation Facility

Quarterly Video Update on SRWRF


Click here to watch the July 17, 2018 update from City Engineer Gregg Boysen on the Santa Rita Water Reclamation Facility!

Clean commute week

Clean Commute Week Remaining Events! 


Pedal vs. Metal Challenge, Bike to Work Day, Love Your Commute celebration... Mark your calendar for August 21-23. Visit GetAroundDurango.com for more information! 

2018 Transit Ridership Survey results

Did you know? 


The City added a Storekeeper in 1949. On July 26, 1949, “City Manager Hubbard asked the council for permission to acquire a storekeeper for the city.”  Council “decided …that a storekeeper was very necessary and that a salary from $210 to $225 per month would be paid.” 

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