Improvements to a major Ilkeston roundabout mean evening road closures for motorists.
Community groups, clubs and charities are being invited to apply now for the next round of our Action Grants.
Every year Derbyshire residents are invited to give feedback about their local household waste recycling centre.
Potential foster carers are invited to find out how they could change a child’s life by dropping into an information evening this month.
Council leaders in Derbyshire have further strengthened a long-standing international link which has brought thousands of jobs and huge investment to the county over the last 20 years.
Residents are being asked to tell us what services matter most to them as we work towards setting our budget for the year ahead.
A scheme we launched to help residents find trustworthy tradespeople is celebrating its 10th birthday.
Proposals to consult on changing the way older and vulnerable people are supported to live safely at home are to be considered by us.
A wide range of events organised by us are taking place to mark 100 years since the end of World War 1.
Parents have less than a week left to apply for their child’s secondary school place for September 2019.
Derbyshire’s tourism links with China have been strengthened further with a formal agreement signed by our Leader Barry Lewis and delegates from Anhui Province.
Derbyshire bus passengers are to benefit from better information as ‘live’ journey time technology is rolled out.
We are to respond to 2 government consultations on how decisions are made on the exploration and production of shale gas.
The number of people injured in crashes on Derbyshire’s roads is the lowest for 30 years.
We're drawing up plans to install electric vehicle charging points across the county over the next 10 years.
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