Because of a supply shortage from the vendor, Phase II of the distribution of fully-automated wildlife-resistant containers, originally scheduled from May to June, will now proceed.
Residents within the Phase II study area who have not had their container upgraded are asked to leave out their trash container to allow city crews to carry out the swap. The estimated completion date for this project is the end of July.
Phase II includes residences from the Ella Vita Court to West 23rd Street and along Columbine Drive to the south side of Arroyo Drive between Highland Avenue and the west side of Main Avenue.
More information about the CPW study, along with maps of the Phase I and II study areas can be found at www.DurangoGov.org/wildlife.
For more information, call Joey Medina at 375-4834.