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Coats & Sweats for Vets

The Selbyville Community Club, members of the General Federation of Women’s Club, and the Town of Selbyville are sponsoring “Coats and Sweats for Vets” If you are interested in donating, please bring in adult male and female coats and sweats in good condition at the Selbyville Town Hall between 8am-4:30pm, [...]

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Winter Preparedness Message from Delmarva Power

Dear Community & Emergency Preparedness Partner, At Delmarva Power, we are committed to providing safe, reliable and affordable service to our customers and the communities we serve.  As part of this effort, we are modernizing our system, installing new technology that is helping to reduce outages and enhance service for [...]

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Free Immigration Legal Services Available

The Selbyville Police Department has partnered with the Community Legal Aide Society to provide an in-house victim advocate one day a week. Community Legal Aide Society will provide free legal services for legal or undocumented immigrants who have been victims of crime. Please see the attached flyers, provided in both English and Spanish. English Spanish For additional [...]

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Recreational Ball Field

The Town of Selbyville has a ball field located on Park Street that can be used for organized recreational organizations.  Should your organization wish to utilize the field, download the form and return it to Town Hall.  There is no fee for the permit and it is on a first-come, [...]

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Selbyville…Your Gateway to the Beach

Live in: Sales Tax Free Delaware, enjoy our award winning schools, many new housing developments from which to choose a new home, a business friendly atmosphere, and continuation of the growth in infrastructure including an industrial park, new stores and restaurants all to accommodate the changing community of Selbyville, Delaware! [...]

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Learn About the Town of Selbyville’s Library

Constructed in 1904, our current Town Library was once the residence of John G. Townsend, Jr. (1871-1964), agricultural pioneer and statesman. He was Delaware’s Governor from 1917 to 1921 and also served as United States Senator (1929-1941), and member of the delegation to the first session of the United Nations [...]

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Learn About the Railroad Museum

The Town of Selbyville’s small town atmosphere came alive recently with the addition of our new Railroad Museum. This Museum houses artifacts from the earliest town agricultural days to late 20th century items such as Police Department memorabilia. The Museum opened with a Grand Ribbon cutting June 18, 2005 celebrating [...]

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Welcome to Beach – Country Living

Selbyville was founded in January 1778 by Benjamin Long, Arthur McCabe, John Murray, Reuben Stevens and Elijah Campbell. They purchased a 250-acre tract known as Sandy Branch which was located at the head of Saint Martin’s River. This site contained a gristmill and sawmill. One Sampson Selby was responsible for the [...]

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