We've made £100,000 available to help residents and businesses affected by recent flooding.
We're considering proposals to keep a rise in council tax as low as possible while protecting vital services and meeting significant budget pressures.
An Arts Derbyshire project designed to boost the wellbeing of housebound people over-65 has been shortlisted for an award.
Two more community testing stations are to open for people living Shirebrook and South Normanton.
People living in Heanor, Loscoe, Langley Mill, Shipley and Smalley are being asked to come in for a coronavirus test as part of the county council’s targeted community testing programme.
Residents of our care homes are among the first people to receive the much-awaited vaccine against COVID-19.
We have approved more than £80,000 of funding designed to help support homeless people in Derbyshire.
More than 5,586 Derbyshire residents have visited one of our community testing centres in Swadlincote for a coronavirus test.
We've completed the first of 2 food voucher runs after receiving almost £2.2 million from the government’s COVID Winter Grant Scheme to support vulnerable families over the winter months.
The whole of Derbyshire will move in to Tier 4 restrictions, the government has announced today.
The opening of Grove Hall community testing station has been hailed a success after more than 1,400 people visited for a coronavirus test in the first 2 days it was open.
Residents are being asked for their views on our new Council Plan which outlines our key priorities for the next 4 years.
There’s never been a better time to start a career in care with us as there’s a wide range of jobs on offer at all levels across the county.
People living in Swadlincote, South Derbyshire are the first in the county to be invited for a coronavirus test as part of the county council’s plans for targeted community testing.
The whole of Derbyshire will remain under Tier 3 restrictions, the government has announced today.
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