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The Taxes and Utility payment option can now be found at the top of the Links Page!
Notice: Manhole Relining The Town of Delmar Department of Public Works has contracted Standard Pipe Service (SPS) to reline manholes. SPS will be in Town 12/18/2017- 12/20/2017 to begin relining the manholes from Rose Street to Francis Lane on 2nd Street from 8 am to 5 pm. If you have any questions, please contact the PUBLIC WORKS OFFICE at (302) 846-3696. Sincerely, Jerome Reid, Director of Public Works
Maryland Mandate- Fire Sprinkler Installation- A MUST read for builders/contractors/developers. See Public Notices for Full Ordinance and installation provisions.
Public Announcement- Town of Delmar's Safe Routes to School Project has been given approval to proceed to the "project construction phase" For more detailed information please click on "Public Notices" and click on Safe Routes to School.
Suggestions to Prevent Frozen Pipes Winter weather is certainly here and along with it comes the risk of frozen pipes. To avoid frozen pipes, it is suggested: 1) unhook any hoses that are connected to outdoor faucets. 2) Allow a trickle of water to run from a faucet, especially at night 3) If you have a larger two-story home, let a small trickle of water also run from a second faucet upstairs 4) Open cabinet doors to let room temperatures reach exposed pipes under sinks. Please be advised the above aforementioned are only suggestions and not requirements to assist during the freezing cold temperatures. If a pipe does indeed freeze and burst, contact Town Hall at (410)896-2777 or (302) 846-2664 as soon as possible to have the water turned off as well as your plumber so that repairs may be made. If a pipe bursts after regular business hours (4:30 p.m.), call the Public Works on-Call number (443)359-0894.
NOTICE- The Town of Delmar Department of Public Works have closed the restrooms for the season at the parks. They will reopen in the early Spring.
Delmar, DE Mayor Michael Houlihan
and Delmar, Maryland Mayor Karen H. Wells
We, at the Delmar Town Hall, are proud to serve the citizens of our municipality and we continue to try to do our best to make your government responsive, efficient, and progressive. We welcome your thoughts, ideas, comments, and even your complaints, because they all contribute to the success of our combined efforts. By working together, respecting one another, and sharing the pride that is part of our "Town Too Big For One State", we can look forward to a positive future filled with pleasure and prosperity for all. We wish you the very best as you become part of our community and we hope that you will feel a part of our family of Delmar residents.
|On December 10, 2011 the Town Officials hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially dedicate the new home for the Town's Municipal Building. The Town Hall renovation project was a major undertaking to convert the Bank of Delmarva building into a facility with a floor plan that would accommodate our governmental needs. One significant change that occurred as part of the remodeling project was the relocation of the building entrance to the west side of the structure facing Pennsylvania Avenue. The Town received grant funds from Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant which provided many high-tech features to ensure our new facility is energy efficient. This project was funded by local and federal funds.|
|Delmar's new state-of the-art wastewater treatment facility was unveiled on December 20, 2011 at a ribbon-cutting ceremony that included dignitaries from Delaware, Maryland and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.The facility was originally built in the late 1980's; the plant was expanded to treat 30 percent more wastewater than the old treatment facility. A total of 850,000 gallons of wastewater per day which will meet the capacity needs of Delmar now and into the future. The facility was upgraded to include the addition of biological and enhanced nutrient removal systems that effectively reduce pollutants-nitrogen and phosphorus loadings from entering the waterways that drain into the Chesapeake Bay. This project was funded by local, state and federal funds.|
Delmar Town Hall is located on South Pennsylvania Avenue along the railroad track that has become a vital part of our history. Regular business hours are from 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Our mailing address is 100 S. Pennsylvania Avenue, Delmar, Delaware/Maryland 21875. The phone number is (410) 896-2777 or (302) 846-2664. Our FAX number is (410) 896-9055. Our e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Delmar is two incorporated towns: Delmar, Delaware, governed by a Mayor and four council members is located in Sussex County and Delmar, Maryland, governed by a Mayor and four commissioners, is located in Wicomico County. The Towns share a central administration, police department, public works department, and sewer/water facilities that are jointly owned and operated.
Public meetings are held monthly at Town Hall on the following schedule:
|Mayor and Council of Delmar, DE||First Monday at 7:00 p.m.|
|Mayor and Commissioners of Delmar, MD||Second Monday at 7:00 p.m|
|Delmar Utility Commission||First Monday at 6:30 p.m.|
|Joint Council, Maryland-Delaware||As needed|
|MD Board of Zoning Appeals||Last Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.|
|Parks and Recreation||1st Tuesday, 8:00 p.m.|
|Planning and Zoning Commission||Thursday before the last Monday at 7:00 p.m.|
|Little League Board||2nd & 4th Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.|
|DE Board of Adjustments||3rd Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.|
|Police Commission||Second Monday at 6:30 p.m.|
|Delmar Revitalization||3rd Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.|
|Public Works Commission||First Monday at 6:00 p.m.|
All of the Town's boards, council, and commissions comply with the open Meetings Act.