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What is a ‘managed’ homeless camp and who does it serve in Durango?

City, county and unhoused advocates think they’re making progress, but campers aren’t so sure

What will a new year bring to Southwest Colorado?

A new fire station? An end to drought? Here are a few things sure to make news in 2022

La Plata County’s plan for managed homeless camp divides Durango residents

Those who live near proposed location oppose the project, but others say it will help tackle homelessness

Where are homeless people with cars supposed to park?

Overnight car camping is against the law in most public spaces, and can get you towed

First project for newly formed wildfire mitigation group: Durango homeless camp

Crews build half-mile line around encampment

Durango’s Espero Apartments opens to applause

Supportive housing offers place to heal and thrive for unhoused, low-income and disabled residents

Homelessness, mental health top residents’ wish list for how to spend COVID-19 relief money

La Plata County in no rush to determine how to dole out nearly $11 million

La Plata County man finds new job, new hope

Window washing company helps lift Nathan Pease out of homelessness

People at Purple Cliffs grow frustrated with talk of closing campsite

Campers, government officials and experts favor managed camp

La Plata County takes over search for new homeless camp

Purple Cliffs is too small and unsuitable for campers

Resource center for homelessness in Durango takes shape at Manna

Hub for support services top priority in city, county strategic plan

ACLU pushes Boulder to abandon ‘unconstitutional’ homeless policies

Civil rights group takes aim at two policies targeting unhoused residents