- Are you a local artist interested in participating in public art projects? If so, the Public Art Committee wants to hear from you by November 1 on how it can better provide public art training and resources for our local artist community.
- As we continue to work to create connected, walkable, and pedestrian-friendly communities, we want to make sure your input is included in the process. We share some of the latest ways we are trying to do that and how you can provide feedback by October 31.
- Residents and visitors will soon be able to take advantage of downtown’s new designation as a social district. This designation will allow people to responsibly consume an alcoholic drink as they walk through downtown.
- We now know what it would take to be able to re-open the former Wheels Skating Center. Durham Parks and Recreation bought the site in 2020, and have been exploring what updates would be required to bring the facility up to code and accessibility standards to re-open it.
- Thanks to Book Harvest, Durham is becoming the City of Books. The organization will use nearly $343,000 in American Rescue Plan Act funds to fill neighborhoods most affected by COVID-19 with new Book Boxes.
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