We are supporting World Suicide Prevention Day with a series of events and training opportunities.
Extra consultation events have been arranged so the public can learn more about our proposals to change its community care charging policy.
A major countywide £1million repair programme targeting 124 residential roads starts on Wednesday 6 September 2023.
Work is continuing at Buxton Museum and Art Gallery to protect, pack and move exhibits and artefacts and clear space across the building for structural investigation work to begin.
The A6 Derwent Way, Matlock, closed since August 2022 for the Environment Agency to carry out vital flood protection work, will reopen on the evening of Sunday 3 September 2023.
Tourism businesses in the Peak District and Derbyshire can benefit from a new series of free webinars aimed at boosting the local cycling economy.
We've announced a new senior coroner for Derby and Derbyshire along with Derby City Council.
Parents, carers and families are being encouraged to use Derbyshire County Council’s improved information service designed to ensure they benefit from useful services and support.
Volunteers throughout the county are being called on to help clear snow and ice from Derbyshire’s roads and pavements this winter.
We're working with local organisations to support people recovering from substance misuse.
Thousands of students across the county are preparing to receive their A level and GCSE results.
Mark Rogers has been appointed as the Interim Chief Officer of the East Midlands devolution programme, as part of plans to set up a new mayoral combined authority covering Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Derby and Nottingham.
We've launched a consultation to ask residents for their views on a possible new companion bus pass for some Gold Card holders.
Major repairs to a landslip which caused the closure of Oker Road, near Darley Bridge, are due to start from Monday 7 August for up to 15 weeks, subject to weather conditions.
Tickets are now on sale for this year’s Shine A Light extravaganza which will see stunning displays of light and sound return to Derbyshire for the third year running.
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