Durham Joins 8th Annual Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation

Mayor Steve Schewel Encourages Durham Residents to Take Pledge by April 30

April is Earth Month, and water is our planet’s most precious natural resource. Throughout April, Durham residents are invited to join Mayor Steve Schewel and help the City win the National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation. At the April 1nd City Council meeting, Mayor Schewel proclaimed Durham’s participation in the annual challenge (you can watch his proclamation athttps://www.youtube.com/user/CityofDurhamNC). The mayor and the City’s Department of Water Management encourage local residents to visitwww.mywaterpledge.com now through April 30, and commit to making simple water-conserving practices, such as turning off the faucet while brushing teeth, shaving, and doing dishes.

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TRY Prevention 2019

Conference Scholarships are available.

https://try2019.eventbrite.com

Census Jobs 2020

TRANSFORMATION IN TEN (T2) INITIATIVE and Legal Aid of North Carolina

Transformation in Ten (T2) and Legal Aid of North Carolina—Durham together hosted their 5th Roadmap to Work seminar on expunctions and driver’s license restoration.  The event was held at Hoover Road Apartments and approximately (100) one hundred persons attended.  The attendees had the opportunity to learn directly from one of the leading attorneys at the Durham Legal Aid of North Carolina office who explained in detail the drawn-out processes of  expunctions and restorations.  Some of the attendees were screened for the opportunity to receive census-tract-based grants for full coverage of any costs associated with their pursuit of restored driver’s  license or expunctions.

The next seminar will be held at Tahti’s Place located at 1607 Angier Avenue, Durham NC, March 16, 2019 from 11am to 12pm.

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Community invited to weigh in on next round of GoTriangle service improvements

PAC1 Coffee with Council 2019

Annual Creek Week Leads Durham Community in Caring for Waterways

Visit DurhamCreekWeek.org for Opportunities to Serve, Learn & Explore

Residents interested in discovering and protecting Durham’s local waterways should mark their calendars now to celebrate the 11th annual Creek Week next month.

Creek Week, set for March 16-23, offers indoor and outdoor activities to help people of all ages and abilities learn more about creeks, rivers, and lakes as well as how to keep them healthy. Throughout the week, residents will have a chance to join litter cleanups, adopt-a-spot, or join a hiking or paddling adventure. A free open house on Thursday, March 21 allows potential volunteers to speak with sponsors of eco-adoption programs. Last year’s popular “Skip the Straw” campaign also returns for the month of March. 

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Durham Master Aging Plan Community Meeting

Durham is hosting its first Durham Master Aging Plan meeting, as well as an opportunity to attend the Racial Equity Institute Workshop: A Groundwater Approach to Racial Equity, on Monday, March 25th.

You can register for one or both of these events by clicking on the image below or directly at http://bit.ly/DurhamMap

Together for Resilient Youth TIP March 2019

Learn more and become and Champion

together4resilientyouth.org (ACEs)

919-491-7811

Durham Cultural and Public Arts Program Pre-Qualified Artists Registry Now Open for Submissions

March 11 Submission Deadline

The City of Durham Cultural and Public Arts Program now invites artists and artist teams to submit portfolios to be selected to join the City of Durham Pre-Qualified Artists Registry.

This registry will serve as a resource for the selection of artist and artist teams to create City cultural and public art projects. Access to a pre-determined network of qualified professional artists strengthens and streamlines the process and allows for greater capacity building within the arts community.

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