Plans to trial 20mph zones in three places in Derbyshire will not now go ahead because they are not considered the most effective way to reduce road speed.
The latest Director of Public Health Annual Report focuses on the importance of employment for people’s health and wellbeing.
We’re set to give more than 40 schools across the county a funding boost to help give children the best start in life.
Lower council tax rise and budget plans recommended by Cabinet
The future of Derbyshire County Council’s School Crossing Patrol (SCP) service is set to be secured.
Proposals to develop an early help service targeted at children and families most in need of help are to be considered by Derbyshire County Council’s Cabinet next week.
An independent and impartial report by the Local Government Association (LGA) into the running of Derbyshire County Council has found that the organisation is “financially well placed” compared to other councils.
Derbyshire County Council’s Cabinet Member for Highways, Transport and Infrastructure, Councillor Simon Spencer, has expressed disappointment that the A515 has not been included on a list of major roads by the Government.
Work to ease congestion by improving the layout of a road that joins the A61 in Chesterfield is set to start next week.
We're considering a lower than predicted council tax rise, continual investment in road improvements and targeted spending on services for vulnerable older people and children.
We're earmarking more than £120,000 to extend and enhance support for businesses across the county as part of a £12.1m project.
There’s still time to have a say about how Derbyshire County Council supports older and vulnerable people to live independently at home.
Potential foster carers are invited to find out how they could change a child’s life by dropping into an information evening next week.
Residents are being asked for their views on proposals to change the way people with learning disabilities and autism are supported to lead fulfilling lives.
Parents have just one week left to apply for their child’s primary school place for September 2019.
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