Derbyshire will re-open household waste recycling centres as soon as possible.
During the ongoing coronavirus crisis we are offering more support for victims of domestic abuse.
The extra costs involved in dealing with the coronavirus pandemic are expected to cost us at least £50m
Our councillors have been given extra funding so they can help local groups in their area.
The number of users accessing Derbyshire County Council’s digital library resources has surged during the coronavirus pandemic.
Fees are to be removed for businesses and individuals registered with our Trusted Trader scheme.
Our road workers are continuing to work throughout the lockdown period so that they can keep Derbyshire’s roads safe for all those who use them.
More than 400 emergency food parcels have been sent to residents in need across the county with more to be delivered as part of an ongoing scheme we are leading.
NHS staff and other key workers are being asked how changes to bus services are affecting how they get to work.
Our business tenants will be given the opportunity to defer up to three months of their monthly rent payment in a move to give them some relief during the coronavirus crisis.
We’re encouraging Derbyshire residents to ‘say something if you see something’ to help keep children and young people safe during the coronavirus outbreak.
Extra funding released by the Government to support local small businesses during the coronavirus outbreak was today welcomed by Councillor Barry Lewis, the leader of the council.
Trading standards officers from Derbyshire County Council have teamed up with district and borough councils and Derbyshire police to ensure that businesses that are required to close to help protect the public during the coronavirus outbreak are closed.
We've launched a drive to recruit more care workers to support the county’s most vulnerable residents during the coronavirus pandemic.
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