The city of Durango's resiliency work begain in 2018, when the city was selected as one of seven across the nation to participate in the National League of Cities Leadership in Community Resilience Program.
The program provided the city with $10,000 in funding for resilience events as well as professional development opportunities and technical assistance throughout the year.
The City has been conducting climate resilience training with it's own staff and, on December 12th, 2018, hosted its first public Resilience workshop. The workshop was led by the Association of Climate Change Officers, and saw City staff, key local stakeholders and members of the public engage on climate change and resilience.
The workshop focused on the headline impacts for our region: