DISASTER DECLARATION AND EXECUTIVE ORDER OF THE DENTON COUNTY JUDGE ANDY EADS

EXECUTIVE ORDER AE-20-03 - MARCH 13, 2020 - WHEREAS, beginning in December 2019, a novel coronavirus, now designated SARS­CoV2 which causes the disease COVID-19, has been declared a global pandemic by the World Health Organization; and WHEREAS, symptoms of COVID-19 can range from mild to severe illness and cause further complications including death; and WHEREAS, … Continue reading DISASTER DECLARATION AND EXECUTIVE ORDER OF THE DENTON COUNTY JUDGE ANDY EADS

Denton County Issues Disaster Declaration for Public Health Emergency

Denton County Judge Andy Eads issued an executive order for disaster declaration for public health emergency effective immediately on Friday, March 13, 2020. “Denton County community members’ health is of the utmost importance and this disaster declaration assists us in protecting public health within our county,” states Denton County Judge Andy Eads.  “We strongly urge … Continue reading Denton County Issues Disaster Declaration for Public Health Emergency

Computer kiosks help with 2020 Census count

Denton County is providing computer kiosks in county buildings to help individuals complete their 2020 Census online. Making sure everyone in Denton County is counted in the 2020 Census is important. Even 1 percent of individuals not counted could result in $10.2 million fewer federal dollars each year for educational, legislative, business and other funding.  … Continue reading Computer kiosks help with 2020 Census count

2019 accomplishments set stage for 2020

With the start of a new year, it is important to review and reflect on the accomplishments of the past year as we set goals for 2020. We started 2019 with a new initiative to create a culture of Communication, Coordination, Engagement and Economic Development and I am happy to report that we have achieved … Continue reading 2019 accomplishments set stage for 2020

Census 2020: Let’s all be counted!

Census 2020 is here and we need your help to make sure everyone is counted. Recently, we met with 21 community representatives as well as those from businesses and faith-based organizations to talk about the 2020 Census. Several of our Denton County communities have created or soon will set up Complete Count Committees (CCC) to … Continue reading Census 2020: Let’s all be counted!