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!
A statewide election on Nov. 5 includes several amendments to the Texas Constitution. It is important to participate in this election to insure your voice is heard. The list of proposed amendments cover a wide range of topics including: Prop. No. 1: Municipal Judges – (HJR 72) “The constitutional amendment permitting a person to hold more … Continue reading Make your voices heard on Nov. 5
More than $1 billion in highway funding for I-35, I-35E and I-35W is proposed for Denton County within the next decade. This news comes at an exciting time for Denton County. As our population grows at a fast pace, our need for road infrastructure improvements and expansion also increases. It was one of the main … Continue reading $1 billion earmarked for Denton County roads
As we look forward to a new fiscal year on Oct. 1, Denton County faces the challenges that fast growth brings. Every day, around 82 people move into our county. With our population on Jan. 1 at 874,240, we will be reaching the 1 million mark in the next three years. What does that mean … Continue reading Proposed budget keeps you in mind
As we recognize Black History Month in February, Denton County also recognizes the importance of remembering the contributions of many African Americans in helping our region become what it is today – an area with a thriving economy and diverse citizenry. One family dedicated generations of effort toward creating educational, economic and all-encompassing opportunities in … Continue reading African American family’s legacy an important part of Denton County history