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  1. A vial of the COVID-19 vaccine rests in a hand.

    State allots 31,500 vaccine doses to Denton County

    Denton County Public Health (DCPH) anticipates receiving 31,500 COVID-19 vaccine doses from the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) for distribution next week. Read on for more details
  2. DCPH COVID-19 Daily Update

    645 New COVID-19 Cases in Denton County

    Denton County Public Health (DCPH) announced 645 new cases of COVID-19 in Denton County, of which 538 are active cases. Read more information on COVID-19 cases
  3. COVID-19 Vaccine Update

    Denton County online Vaccine Interest Portal open, vaccine clinics next week

    Denton County residents can now sign up for a waitlist to receive the COVID-19 vaccine on the new Vaccine Interest Portal at Read more information on COVID-19 Vaccines
  4. Denton County Judge Andy Eads

    Let 2021 be the year we reunite

    As we enter this New Year, we can agree to disagree yet still achieve the longstanding unity our citizenship affords us. Our differences should become a rallying point from which we learn about each other and ourselves. Read more from Denton County Judge Andy Eads
  5. Denton County Texas Seal

    Update on Denton County vaccinations

    Denton County continues to receive many questions regarding the availability of the COVID-19 vaccine. Read more for info on Denton County vaccines
  6. Image states DCPH Press release

    Denton County First Responders and Home Health Staff Receive COVID-19 Vaccine

    Denton County Public Health (DCPH) began vaccinating emergency medical service (EMS) providers and home health care workers as part of the 1A vaccine distribution group as designated by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS). Read more information on COVID-19 cases
  7. Retractable Technologies logo shows retractable needle for medical safety.

    Commissioners Court approves tax abatement for Retractable Technologies Inc. in Little Elm

    Denton County Commissioners Court unanimously approved a Tax Abatement/Reinvestment Zone application for Retractable Technologies, Inc. (RTI) on Tuesday, allowing a 5-year 50 percent tax abatement on real and personal property. Read on for more details
  8. Graphic of city buildings to represent growing talent migration

    Denton County among top 10 for talent migration

    According to Emsi’s fifth annual Talent Attraction Index, Denton County is among the top 10 largest counties across the U.S. showing talent migration from larger metro areas. Read on for specific details
  9. Signs display the intersection of Crawford Road at John Paine Road.

    Officials break ground for Crawford Road project

    Denton County Commissioner Precinct 4 Dianne Edmondson and officials with the Town of Argyle and City of Denton broke ground on Dec. 9, 2020, on a $3.4 million project to reconstruct Crawford Road from Interstate 35W to U.S. 377. Read on for details
  10. Denton County Texas Seal

    New GA-31, GA-32 rules in effect for TSA-E

    According to the Texas Department of State Health Services website, the number of COVID-19 hospitalized patients as a percentage of total hospital capacity in the Trauma Service Area E (including Denton County) exceeded 15 percent for 7 consecutive days. Read on for details
  11. A photo of Precinct 2 Chief Deputy Constable M. Wayne Rhodes taken in 2019.

    Denton County mourns passing of Precinct 2 Chief Deputy Constable

    It is with deep sadness that Denton County announces the passing of Precinct 2 Chief Deputy Constable M. Wayne Rhodes from a COVID-19-related illness. Read on for details
  12. Denton County provides Thanksgiving turkeys for families in need.

    Denton County CARES feeding residents

    Denton County Commissioners Court to date has spent almost $5 million to help close the gap on food needs across the county during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on about food provisions
  13. A shovel in a pile of sand is a symbolic mark of the extension of the Dallas North Tollway.

    Groundbreaking ceremony marks start of Dallas North Tollway Phase 4B project

    Denton County Precinct One Commissioner Hugh Coleman, Denton County Judge Andy Eads and North Texas Tollway Authority, Celina and Pilot Point officials broke ground to commemorate the beginning of construction on the $27 million frontage road project. Read on about groundbreaking
  14. South County Line Road

    Ribbon cutting commemorates South County Line Road completion

    Denton County Commissioner Precinct 4 Dianne Edmondson commemorated the completion of South County Line Road, which finished early and under budget, with a ribbon cutting on Monday. Read on for more details.
  15. DCPH West Nile Update

    Denton County Reports Sixth West Nile Virus Human Case

    Denton County Public Health (DCPH) is reporting the sixth human case of West Nile Virus (WNV) in Denton County this year. The community member resides in Carrollton and was diagnosed with West Nile Neuroinvasive Disease. Read on about West Nile Virus
  16. Denton County Texas Seal

    Carrollton Mayoral Candidate Arrested and Charged with 109 Felonies Related to Voter Fraud

    The Denton County Sheriff’s Office in conjunction with the Texas Attorney General’s Office, Texas Department of Public Safety and the Lewisville Police Department arrested and charged Carrollton Mayoral candidate Zul Mirza Mohamed. Read More About the Arrest
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    Denton County Residents Encouraged to Fight the Flu Early During COVID-19

    Denton County Public Health (DCPH) is encouraging community members to get the flu vaccine to protect themselves and others before the end of October. Read on about Flu Prevention
  18. Ariat International Logo

    Ariat International to Open New Regional Distribution Center in Fort Worth

    1,000,000 square foot space will serve as Southwest distribution center for popular outdoor performance footwear and apparel brand Read about the new Ariat International Facility
  19. Woman looking at new Denton County website on laptop

    Denton County launches new website

    Denton is sporting a new look starting today. Read about the new website
  20. budget graphic

    Denton County proposes lower budget, tax rate

    Denton County Commissioners approved the 2020-2021 year budget of $319 million with a tax rate of $0.224985. Read about the budget
  21. public health default

    Denton County Public Health Awarded National Accreditation by Public Health Accreditation Board

    Denton County Public Health (DCPH) has received national accreditation from the Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB) for DCPH’s commitment to excellence in serving Denton County. Read about the PHAB Certification
  22. Fresh Vegetables in tray

    New Project Provides Fresh Produce To Local Pantries

    Starting this week, Denton County food pantries are receiving fresh fruits and vegetables as part of a new project launched by the Denton County Commissioners Court. Read more about the new fresh produce project
  23. Denton County Judge and Commissioners standing holding check for $35.1 million

    Denton County OPEN Phase II Grants $32 Million For Businesses

    Denton County Commissioners Court announced today that 1,215 businesses across Denton County would receive grants totaling $32 million for a grand total of $35.1 million in federal funds earmarked in two phases to support the local economy. Read more about the OPEN Grants
  24. Denton County Texas Seal

    Shady Shores Road project soon to be underway

    Denton County Commissioners approved a professional services agreement with Halff Associates for engineering services for the Shady Shores Road project from Swisher Road to West Shady Shores Road. Read on about the Shady Shores Road Project
  25. Denton County Cares Logo

    New Denton County CARES Portal Open For Non-Profit Applications

    Denton County and United Way of Denton County have collaborated to open a new COVID-19 grant application portal Read on about Denton County Cares
  26. Judge Andy Eads

    From The Desk Of Denton County Judge Andy Eads – August 2020

    On July 27, 2020, our Denton County Health Department issued a recommendation to Denton County superintendents, suggesting they consider delaying in-person instruction on campuses until Sept. 8. This was a recommendation only and not a mandate. Read on for more news from Judge Eads
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