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City Facilities Closed On Feb. 15 due to Inclement Weather

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Public Safety and Other Essential City Services to Continue

DENTON, TX, Feb. 14, 2021 – City of Denton facilities will be closed on Monday, Feb. 15 due to inclement weather and are currently scheduled to reopen on Tuesday, Feb. 16. Visit www.cityofdenton.com/winterweather for the latest information regarding service changes and facility updates.

All essential staff, including Police, Fire, Denton Municipal Electric (DME), Streets, and Utilities, will remain on duty. Remote services, such as utility billing and Municipal Court services, will continue for most City departments. A full list of service impacts will be available at www.cityofdenton.com/winterweather.

City facilities that serve as inclement weather stations will remain open for anyone in need of shelter or assistance. See the attached list of locations for more information.

In case of a public safety emergency, call 911. The Denton Police Department non-emergency line is (940) 349-8181.

To report a utility service emergency or power outage, call (940) 349-7000. The DME outage map can be viewed at www.dmepower.com.

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