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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 ››

Absentee Voting for Municipal Elections Available; Date for Elections Not Yet Set

Absentee voting is currently available for the municipal election, which has been postponed from Friday, April 3. 

Municipal Elections Postponed

The Municipal Election scheduled for Friday, April 3, has been postponed due to the impacts of the COVID-19 virus. Recent... more ››

Town Buildings Closed to Public Until Further Notice

Durham Town Buildings, including the Town Offices, Durham Fire Station, Eureka Community Center, and the Public Works buildings, are closed... more ››

Durham Announcements In Wake of COVID-19 Virus

A public hearing on March 19 regarding proposed amendments to the Land Use Ordinance and Town Meeting on April 4 WILL NOT... more ››

230th Annual Report Available Online Now

Durham's 230th Annual Report is available online by clicking... more ››

Durham Seeking Planning Board Members

The Town of Durham is seeking one voting member and two alternates for the Planning Board.Ideal candidates would have some knowledge of... more ››

Proposed Amendments to LUO Focus of March 19 Public Hearing

A public hearing will be held on Thursday, March 19, regarding proposed amendments to Durham's Land Use Ordinance.The... more ››

Roads Posting In Effect

Durham Public Works, along with the towns of Pownal and Freeport, has put up the annual road posting signs on. All roads in the three towns... more ››

Durham Changes Polling Location

Durham's polling location has changed from the Durham Community School to the AMVETS Post #13, 1049 Royalsborough Rd.  For directions click... more ››

Durham Scholarship Committee to Award $1,000

The Durham Scholarship Committee will award one $1,000 college scholarship in 2020. 

Voters Approve Changes to Land Use Ordinance

At a Special Town Meeting on December 9, Durham voters approved proposed changes to the Town's Land Use Ordinance.

Don't Forget to Register Your Dog!

Dog registration may be completed in Durham at the Town Offices.The cost for registering an altered dog is $6, or $11 for unaltered.After... more ››

Durham Collects Waste Oil

Did you know that Durham residents can recycle waste oil by bringing it to the Public Works garage? It's easy and it's free!

The... more ››

Durham Votes to Oppose CMP Transmission Line

Durham voters on July 9 overwhelmingly decided to oppose the Central Maine Power New England Clean Energy Connect 145-mile hydro-electric... more ››

Town Seeking Members for CIP Committee

The Town of Durham is seeking five residents to serve on the Capital Improvement Committee.

2019 Tax Bills Have Been Mailed; Taxes Due August 9

The 2019 Real Estate and Property Tax bills have been mailed to households in Durham. Some things to remember about this year's tax bills:

CMP Releases Statement on Transmission Line Project; Special Town Meeting July 9

A Special Town Meeting is set for 6:00 p.m.

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