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Average Electricity Rates & Energy Usage in Denton

In November, the average electricity rate in Denton was 14.82¢ per kWh. The average households monthly electricity usage was 845 kWh, making the average bill around $125.

based on EIA Data as of April, 2023

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About Denton Texas

History of Denton

The foundation of Denton City is almost close to the formation of Denton County. White people started settling in the area in the mid-1800s when a settler from Kentucky called William S. Peters was given a land grant by Texas Congress and called it Peters Colony. After people initially settled on the county's southeast part in 1843, the formation of Denton County was voted in by the Texas Legislature in 1846. Both the county and town were named in honor of John Denton, a preacher and lawyer assassinated in 1841 on the occasion of a skirmish with the Kichai people, which is currently called Tarrant County.

Before Denton started serving as the county seat in 1857, Alton and Pinckneyville acted as the county seats. During this year, the commission also held a meeting and named the first streets after laying out the city. In 1860, a fire burnt down almost one-half of the downtown Square, and this incident was later named "Texas Troubles." On that day, the fire breakout occurred in ten Texas communities, including Pilot Point and Dallas, which were quickly dedicated to a slave insurrection. Towards the end of July, the law-enforcement agencies stepped down for the vigilantes to do their work.

The Denton Culture

Denton is home to many cultural and artistic events dedicated to the residents and tourists. It is in Denton, where the North Texas State Fair and Rodeo started in 1928. This event is dedicated to promoting the cowboy culture famous in Texas. On top of the rodeo, the event also involves many local rock performances, food contests, and pageants. The event has been hosted on the North Texas State Fairgrounds since 1948.

Landmarks in Denton

  1. Old Alton Bridge

    This bridge is sometimes called the Goatman's Bridge, and it's considered a historic iron truss bridge that connects Copper Canyon and Denton cities of Texas. The King Iron Bridge Manufacturing Company constructed the bridge in 1884. Initially, it carried horses, but after some adjustment, it could comfortably carry automobiles through Hickory Creek, a once popular location for cattle crossing.

  2. Ray Roberts Lake

    This incredible park and garden are located in the heart of Denton city. This state park is also considered a natural playground where you could go and escape the city's bustle and return to nature. You will be charged a few park fees except for the Pecan Creek location when you visit the park.

Tourist Attraction Sites in Denton

  1. Ray Roberts Lake State Park Isle du Bois

    This is a state park in Denton County close to Pilot Point, and the park sits on a piece of land measuring 3,77 acres. The park is famous because of its closeness to the Dallas-Fort Worth metro region, and as of 2016, it was considered the 8 th most famous state park in Texas. Its address is 100 P W 4137, Pilot Point, TX 76258, USA.

  2. Denton County Courthouse

    Also known as the Denton County Courthouse-on-the-Square, this former courthouse was constructed in 1896 and registered in the NRHP. This is also the final resting place of John Denton. You can access this place at 110 W Hickory St, Denton, TX 76201, USA.