The web is a great tool for building community. This section of Durango Colorado dot US lists content and community web sites for the beautiful mountain town of Durango.
B.P.O.E. #507 (Community Profile) Durango is home of lodge #507 in the Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks.
United Way of Southwest Colorado (www.unitedway-swco.org) - review The United Way helps improve lives in Southwest Colorado by uniting and coordinating local charitable efforts. This is a great service for people looking to give back to the community.
San Juan Mountains Association (www.sjma.org) SJMA promotes education, volunteer stewardship, information and hands-on involvement on public lands in SW Colorado.
City of Durango (www.durangogov.org) This is official web site for the City of Durango.
Habitat for Humanity of La Plata County (habitatdurango.org) Habitat for Humanity promotes home ownership in partnership with area residents in need of adequate housing and welcomes volunteers from all faiths who are committed to Habitat's goal of eliminating poverty housing.
Four Corners Geological Society (www.fourcornersgeologicalsociety.org) Established in 1950, the Four Corners Geological Society is composed of people interested in the local geology.
Women's Resource Center (www.wrcdurango.org) The Women's Resource Center in Durango, Colorado, advocates for the personal empowerment and economic self-sufficiency of women and girls in La Plata County.
Daughters of the American Revolution (sarahplattdecker.coloradodar.org) The Sarah Platt Decker Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution is a group dedicated to historic preservation.
The Animas Museum (animasmuseum.org) - review Located in the old (1904) Animas City School, the Animas museum is operated by the La Plata County Historical Society to preserve artifacts of the Southwest.
Durango Public Library (www.durangopubliclibrary.org) Access the catalog of the Millennium Web Catalog of the Durango Public Library.
Durango Discovery Museum (www.durangodiscovery.org) Located on the banks of the Animas River in a historic coal-fired, steam-generated AC powerplant, Durango Discovery Museum is an interactive science center with exhibits and activities for all ages.