Welcome to Delaware City’s Official Website

Delaware City is a quaint riverfront community proud of its rich history and excited about the future. Located on the Delaware River in New Castle County, Delaware, Delaware City is the gateway to many natural and historic treasures, such as the Delaware Estuary marshes, the Chesapeake & Delaware Canal, Fort Delaware and Fort DuPont. Visitors […]

Delaware Decision Makers Presents Bridging the Future-September 19 from 11:30 to 1:30

Bridging the Future Panelist Delaware Decision Makers: Bridging the Future ‘’How community partnerships are revitalizing Delaware City & the surrounding area’’   Location: Delaware City Fire Company – 815 Fifth Street, Delaware City, Delaware.  Date: September 19th Time: 11:30 am to 1:30 PM                  Click Here to Register:                                           www.dcfc15.com

What are all these Teal Ribbons around Town?

The Town of  Delaware City is participating for the Fifth year in a National Campaign to create awareness of ovarian cancer and its symptoms.  Volunteers Turn The Towns Teal by tying Teal Bows to the light poles in the  historic district. This Ovarian Cancer Awareness initiative annually takes place in September, National Ovarian Cancer Awareness […]

Water System Proposals Presented – Wednesday, September 18 at 6:30 – Delaware City Fire Hall

An RFP was sent out to various water companies to make proposals on the Delaware City Water System.  Three (3) water companies: Artesian Water, Suez Water and Tidal Water Utility, each submitted proposals.  They will be presenting them at a special September 18th meeting.  All are welcome to attend.  This is your water utility-get involved. […]

Preliminary Plans for the Proposed Ft. DuPont Campground

The following Power Point Presentation was presented to the Planning Commission and members of the public that attended the public meeting on Monday, August 5, 2019.  It is the preliminary plans for a campground at the Fort DuPont Grassdale site.  There will be a final presentation to the Planning Commission and public at a future […]

Code Enforcer, Gordon Kyle, Office Hours

The Code Enforcer Gordon Kyles’ Office Hours are on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM.  He can be reached at 302-834-4573 ext 120 or emailed at gkyle@biuinc.com .

Part-Time Code Enforcement Officer Position Available

Code Enforcement Officer The City of Delaware City is looking for a part-time Code Enforcement Officer.  Compensation commensurate with experience.  Resumes must include the applicant’s ICC Certifications and Municipal Code compliance experience.  Minimum requirements must be met for consideration: Diploma or equivalent, certification or coursework in criminal justice, public administration, or related field, valid driver’s […]

Winter Weather Safety Tips

While the first day of winter is not until December 21st, the threat for winter weather begins now. In fact, winter has already reared its ugly head in the form of a November snow and ice storm. As our calendar year ends, the days and nights turn colder and the potential for dangerous weather conditions […]

Hurricane Preparedness Tips

Here is some information in advance of a storm as a reminder of some of the things that should be completed prior to the storm, as well as during the storm.   The following information, should be used for all potential hurricanes and/or dangerous storms. Hurricane Preparedness Pet Preparedness Tips Red Cross Disaster Preparedness Checklist  

Register To Be Notified for Emergencies – Code RED

Register your information with the organization known as Code RED and you will be notified of any natural disaster such as floods, hurricanes and other weather related emergencies.  In addition notification for all hazardous events.  It is as easy as clicking the link below and following the instructions. https://public.coderedweb.com/CNE/BF93467E3FC5     Pages  

Want to know more about the Floodplain? Check out the You Tube Video below.

A You Tube presentation created by Jeff Bigby, a Floodplain Administrator from Oklahoma, explains how a flood occurs and ways to help lessen the flood waters.  Although he talks about Oklahoma it is relevent to Delaware.  The link is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erhalqod3is&feature=youtu.be .