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● Durham Neighborhood College Makes a Comeback
Residents looking to play a more active role in their neighborhoods and the Durham community will get their chance to learn more about the strategic plans in the 2018 Durham Neighborhood College, a class designed specifically for residents to learn about the organization, operations and services of their local City and County governments.
After a two-year hiatus, the award-winning Durham Neighborhood College program will return this fall with an emphasis on showing participants how the strategic plans guide government officials in the development of sound planning and operations.
City and County employees are invited to apply for the seven-week course. For more information or to apply online, visit the County's Neighborhood College webpage
● Durham Seeks Input on Zoning Changes to Expand Housing Choices Fast-paced population growth, limited availability of developable tracts and a renewed preference for in-town living has led to a housing availability and affordability challenge for Durham. To address this issue, the Durham City-County Planning Department is now seeking input on changes that are needed to Durham’s existing zoning rules to help eliminate regulatory barriers and expand housing options.
The deadline to complete the online survey is August 15, 2018. For more information about this project, contact Jacobson at (919) 560-4137, ext. 28247 or by email at Hannah.Jacobson@DurhamNC.gov.
This program runs until August 11, 2018. For more information please visit
● Please visit the following sites below for information on upcoming meetings of interest:
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● We invite you to tune in to Cable TV Channel 8 and AT&T U-verse channel 99 to see rebroadcasts of Durham County Commissioner meetings as well as other Durham County programming that may be of interest to you. Please contact the Public Information Office at 919-560-0008 or visit our webpage by clicking here
● Durham County needs you! If you have a few hours to commit, Durham County has a number of boards and commissions that can benefit from your participation. We invite you to make a difference in our community. Contact the Clerk’s Office at 919-560-0025, visit the County's Boards and Commissions page by clicking here, or email email@example.com.