Administrative Assistant Job Opportunity

Date Posted: Wednesday, October 20th, 2021

Notice of Job Opening Job Description



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Sussex County Rehabilitation Program

Date Posted: Thursday, October 14th, 2021

  Sussex County Rehabilitation Program: Sussex County Community Development & Housing Department has funds for housing repairs and housing rehabilitation needs. Funds are limited and we provide services on a first-come first-serve basis. Applicants must: Own their home and be a permanent resident of Sussex County Meet income guidelines Be current on their property taxes and utilities Have an Insured/Insurable home Contact Sussex County Community Development & Housing Department at (302) 855-7777 for more information or to be added to our waiting list.  



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FOG (Fats, Oils & Grease) Program

Date Posted: Wednesday, July 28th, 2021

Informational Flyer on Fats, Oils & Grease in the Sanitary Sewer



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2021 Annual Water Quality Report

Date Posted: Friday, June 25th, 2021

As required by the Safe Drinking Water Act, below you will find the Town of Selbyville’s Annual Water Quality Report for 2021. Annual Water Quality Report 2021  



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Children & Families First – High Quality Early Childhood Education

Date Posted: Tuesday, April 27th, 2021

Selbyville  Head Start is now enrolling Children ages 3-5 year olds for High Quality Early Childhood Education.  Apply at cffDE.org/headstart or call 302-934-1642



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Selbyville Water Department – TTHM Exceedance

Date Posted: Friday, March 19th, 2021

Although the Town of Selbyville’s last quarterly sample (78ppb) was below the maximum allowable level (80ppb), the entire four quarter average (83ppb) is slightly above the maximum allowable level.  A full notice with additional information is below: TTHM Violation



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Water & Sewer Impact Fee Increase

Date Posted: Thursday, March 4th, 2021

Due to increased costs and repairs the Mayor and Council of the Town of Selbyville voted unanimously to increase the current water and sewer impact fees as follows: Water impact fees from two thousand five hundred dollars ($2500) per equivalent dwelling unit (EDU) to three thousand two hundred fifty dollars ($3,250) per EDU.  Sewer impact fees from two thousand five hundred dollars ($2500) per equivalent dwelling unit (EDU) to three thousand two hundred fifty dollars ($3,250) per EDU.  These new fees become effective March 2, 2021.  All in progress developments and undeveloped lot owners within the corporate limits of the Town of Selbyville will be given a one time opportunity to pay in advance for the impact fees at the old rates providing the form below is submitted by April 2, 2021 to the Town Administrator.  All impact fees will be required to be paid in full no later than […]



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Hazard Elimination Program – Lighthouse Road & Hudson Road

Date Posted: Wednesday, January 20th, 2021

Click below to see DelDOT’s Hazard Elimination Program – Task 1 Hazard Elimination Program



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Delmarva Power Tells Residents, Businesses and Contractors to Call 811 Before You Dig

Date Posted: Monday, April 6th, 2020

Delmarva Power Tells Residents, Businesses and Contractors to Call 811 Before You Dig With many people at home due to COVID-19, company emphasizes safe practices to avoid accidental damage and service disruptions NEWARK, Del. (April 3, 2020) – April is National Safe Digging Month, and Delmarva Power is joining Miss Utility of Delmarva – the one-call notification center for Delaware and Maryland – to remind residents, businesses and contractors that safe digging must remain a priority to prevent damage to critical underground energy services and keep communities safe. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and Delaware and Maryland’s Stay at Home Order, many residents are spending more time than ever at home. Anyone planning to use this time at home to take on a spring DIY project that involves digging must call 811 at least a few days before beginning to learn the approximate location of underground utility equipment. Taking […]



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Trash & Recycling – Important Notice

Date Posted: Thursday, March 26th, 2020

Republic Services garbage and recycling crews are working diligently to continue to serve the Town residents with curbside collection services while experiencing an increase in volume of household set-outs. To protect garbage and recycling staff during this time, we ask that you do the following: Cart Contents Only for MSW Cart Contents Only for the REC Suspend Bulk Waste Collection (during the COVID 19 Pandemic only)   We greatly appreciate you considering these extra measures to ensure the safety of our solid waste and recycling collectors and the community.



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