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Planning Board Virtual Meeting August 5

The Durham Planning Board will hold its next regular meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, August 5, via Zoom.

Town Offices Resume Normal Business Hours

The Durham Town Offices have resumed normal hours of operation for the general public.Town Office hours are: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Mondays... more ››

Tax Bills Delayed

Durham tax bills will be delayed for about a month due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Durham will commit taxes on July 28, and they will be due... more ››

Election/Referendum Results Posted

Durham residents cast their ballots in local and state elections/referendums on Tuesday, July 14.

Durham Fire-Rescue Seeks Team Members

Do you have a desire to help? Do you have an interest in serving your community, family, friends and neighbors? Do you want to be part of a... more ››

Burn Permits No Longer Accessible From State Online System

Residents can no longer acquire burn permits from the online Maine Burn Permit System.

Trash Tags Required

Durham residents are reminded that the use of trash tags is now required.

The suspension of trash tags due to the community... more ››

Code Office to Continue Hours By Appointment

The Durham Code Enforcement Officer will continue to hold office hours by appointment only

Town Offices Open With Limited Hours

The Durham Town Offices are open to the general public with limited hours.The Town Offices are open: from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on... more ››

Burn Permits Available Online

The Durham Fire Department is not issuing burn permits until further notice.If you need a burn permit visit:... more ››

Memorial Day Parade Cancelled for 2020

Due to impacts from the Coronavirus pandemic, Durham's Memorial Day Parade has ben cancelled for 2020.Discussions about an alternative... more ››

Governor Extends Stay-At-Home Order; Announces Plan to Re-Start Economy

Governor Janet Mills has extended Maine's... more ››

Durham Suspends Trash Tags Through May 31

The Durham Select Board recently voted to allow Durham residents to place one trash bag at curbside without a tag through May 31... more ››

Bulky Waste Day Postponed

Bulky Waste Day has been postponed indefinitely due to impacts to Maine from the Coronavirus. 

Roads Open for Truck Traffic

All seasonal road weight limit posters have been taken down by Durham Public Works and roads are open for truck traffic.Exceptions are:... more ››

Message from NWRA

NWRA Urges Public to Help Protect Trash/Recycling Workers from COVID-19

The National Waste & Recycling Association is urging members of the public to help protect workers from the COVID-19 virus by following... more ››

Governor Issues Stay At Home Order

Maine Governor Janet Mills on Tuesday issued a “Stay Healthy at Home” Executive Order that requires Maine people to remain at home, unless... more ››

Memorial Day Parade Committee Seeks New Members

The Durham Memorial Day Parade Committee is seeking new members to help with the ninth annual event set for May.The Committee is looking... more ››

Durham Suspends Trash Tags Temporarily

Durham residents will be allowed to place one trash bag at curbside without a tag through May 1, due to... more ››

Select Board to Continue Virtual Meetings

The Durham Select Board will continue to hold virtual meetings, with their next regular meetings scheduled for April 14 and April... more ››