Mayor Chris Watts hosted a press conference today, declaring May 19 as the Mayor’s Day of Concern for the Hungry and announcing the results of the one-week food collection drive from May 6-12.
Effective June 1, the use of handheld communications devices, including voice calls, is prohibited while operating a vehicle in the Denton city limits.
The District 3 runoff election will take place on Saturday, June 10 at North Lakes Recreation Center, 2001 W. Windsor Dr. from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The 2017 Citizen Survey will be available online May 12 through May 30.
An estimated 115,480 residents of Denton County, face hunger and food insecurity, while one in four Texas children struggle with hunger and poor nutrition.
On May 1, the City of Denton entered Risk Level 2 – Enhanced Response of the Mosquito Surveillance and Response Plan.
Todd Hileman, City Manager, has announced the appointment of Mario Canizares as Assistant City Manager for the City of Denton.
Jon Fortune, Assistant City Manager, recently announced his resignation from the City of Denton to accept the position of Assistant City Manager for the City of Dallas.
The City of Denton Street and Wastewater Departments will begin improvements to Bell Avenue from U.S. 380 to Texas Street. The project is scheduled to begin on April 24, and weather permitting should be completed by July 29.