Denton County Commissioners Court
Meeting Agendas, Minutes, and Videos
In response to the coronavirus pandemic, effective March 16, 2020, Texas Governor Abbott suspended certain Open Meeting rules to allow telephonic or videoconference meetings of government bodies that are accessible to the public to decrease large groups of people from assembling. The suspension temporarily removes the requirement that government officials and members of the public be physically present at a meeting location.
Due to social distancing requirements, attendance in person is temporarily limited to Commissioners Court members and county staff. Denton County invites you to participate remotely in its meetings. Commissioners Court meetings are recorded and part of the permanent public record of the Denton County Commissioners Court.
Please see our Remote Meeting Participation Guide for information on how to participate in Commissioners Court meetings. Pursuant to the Texas Open Meetings Law, all individuals intending to offer oral or written testimony must submit a Public Comment Form prior to the meeting and adhere to the Public Comment Policy Code of Conduct (PDF)
Commissioners Court meeting agendas are typically available after 5pm every Thursday. Addenda agendas are typically available after 5pm on Fridays as necessary. To receive an email whenever new agendas are available, subscribe on the Public Notices site. Commissioners Court meeting videos are also available live from this page, live on Facebook, and rebroadcast on Cable TV.
Archived Commissioners Court meetings are arranged by date, with the most recent at the top of the list. Click Video to watch the meeting with documents, or select the drop down "Documents..." to see just the agenda and minutes documents. You can also search the archives for all years 1998 to the present by typing keywords into the Search Archives box. Click on Archives Searching Tips for more information.
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