Derbyshire Dales District Council recognises that in these unprecedented times many of our residents and businesses will need financial support.
Although our car parks remain open for the benefit of Derbyshire Dales residents who are working from home or making essential visits as set out by Government, we will from this evening put up clear signage asking motorists if they need to be there and to follow current Government coronavirus measures.
To protect our bin crews and maintain waste collection services here in the Dales, please follow the guidance issued by Government if you are self-isolating or displaying symptoms of coronavirus:
Derbyshire Dales residents' 2020/21 Council Tax bills are in the post - and in the *same envelope* look out for this year’s resident parking concession permit.
More than £200,000 has been secured to install electric charging points for up to 24 cars and vans on five sites operated by your District Council, plus two more in the High Peak.
Bakewell Recreation Ground expressions of interest
Your District Council is starting 2020 with an invitation to residents to put questions direct to council leaders and senior officers.
Local businesses and residents affected by the recent floods who believe they may be entitled to business rate or council tax relief announced by Central Government are encouraged to submit their details to us.
Two years into the Hurst Farm Regeneration Project residents and project partners celebrated achievements to date at a strategy launch event on the Matlock estate on Wednesday 27 November.
The Met Office has issued a a Yellow Warning for heavy rain between 9am this Thursday morning and 3am on Friday, which means further flooding could happen in our area.
A message to Derbyshire Dales businesses affected by today's floods from District Council Chief Executive Paul Wilson:
BIN COLLECTIONS | Unsurprisingly, although all our bin crews have been out today (Friday 8 November) as usual, they have experienced problems with collections in Baslow, Beeley, Darley Dale, Edensor, Rowsley and Stoney Middleton due to road closures and flood water.
New energy saving measures introduced by your District Council resulted in a massive reduction in power usage during our 2019 Matlock Bath Illuminations.
Local residents, market hall users and traders are being invited to have their say on the development brief for an important area of Matlock town centre - including the possible development of a new cinema.
Derbyshire Dales District Council has agreed to move forward to a referendum on the Darley Dale Neighbourhood Plan on 21 January 2020 following the publication of an independent Examiner's report.