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First public meeting for ‘Downtown’s Next Step Project’

The current logo for the city of Durango. The city is considering updating its logo as part of an effort to realize its brand. (Courtesy of the city of Durango)

The City will host the first public meeting for the preliminary engineering design of Downtown's Next Step Phase 1 on March 14, from 5:30 to 7 p.m., at the Fort Lewis College Center for Innovation in the Main Mall, 835 Main Ave, Suite 225 on the second floor.

This meeting will provide background information on the project, preliminary design of the 600 and 700 blocks, and provide a safe and convenient space to discuss and provide feedback on the project design. Spanish interpretation and child care will be provided.

According to the city website, the conceptual design includes elements to make downtown more accessible and safe with curb extensions at the intersections, widened sidewalks, cycling improvements, festival blocks, additional landscaping, and accessible parking.

For more information contact Klancy Nixon, Community Engagement Specialist, at klancy.nixon@durangogov.org.