Want to know what’s going on around our neighborhood? Find out here on the Community News page! In addition, you can also find out about local happenings.

If you know of an event, such as a city picnic, local high school graduation or a wedding, post it here to let all of us know! Be sure to keep yourself informed by checking this page frequently!
  • City of Wilmington Issues New Commercial Services Parking Permit
    Posted on: 2014-10-31
    New parking permit exempts businesses from limited-time and loading zone restrictions
    Posted on: 2014-08-13
    Delaware's community-run farmers' markets are growing and thriving. You can buy from vendors from across the state all in one place.
  • Winter Storms & Extreme Cold
    Posted on: 2014-01-05
    While the danger from winter weather varies across the country, nearly all Americans, regardless of where they live, are likely to face some type of severe winter weather at some point. Winter storms can range from a moderate snow to a blizzard that lasts for several days. BE INFORMED Learn what protective measures to take before, during, and after an emergency
  • Delaware Emergency Notification System
    Posted on: 2013-12-11
    Register today!
  • New Castle County Services For Delawareans 50+
    Posted on: 2013-09-10
    New Castle County has a lot to offer its residents who are 50+. Many of you are caring for a relative or parent while addressing your own needs as you plan for retirement. And we know that people over 50 are remaining more active than ever. Our government is committed to providing residents 50 and older with a variety of options for better living, including activities, discounts and safety programs.
    We are here for you. Your ideas and questions are welcomed. Please don't hesitate to call at (302)395-5107
  • Delaware Automatic Residential Mortgage Foreclosure Mediation Program
    Posted on: 2012-01-24
    Starting January 19th, the Attorney General with other agencies and organizations has initiated a mortgage foreclosure mediation program to give homeowners a voice in the foreclosure process. For more information on the program, click link or call 1-800-220-5424 for free assistance.
  • City Of Wilmington Hand-held Cell Phone Ban
    Posted on: 2010-01-12
    Beginning January 1, 2010, mobile telephone use while operating a moving motor vehicle or while riding a bicycle will only be allowed when equipped with built-in speakers or a hands-free accessory. The ban also prohibits placing or receiving text messages, sending or receiving emails on mobile telephones or other electronic devices; and establishes penalty for this civil violation with a $50.00 assessment.
  • Urban Bike Project
    Posted on: 2009-09-23
    We are a not-for-profit bicycle shop located in Wilmington, Delaware with a focus on education and mechanical self-reliance. We have a full compliment of shop quality tools and provide educational programs and mechanical assistance to City of Wilmington residents and youth in need.

    A note to donors of bicycles. Please do not leave donations outside the shop!!! Instead drop any bikes or parts off during our open hours. We may be able to arrange a pickup if it is not convenient for you to drop off.

    Have mechanical aptitude and a desire to get your hands greasy? Want to become a better mechanic but need some more practice? Come by and help us fix up bikes that will go towards our free bike program and sales.

  • Homeowners Save Energy, Cash with Tax Breaks
    Posted on: 2009-09-08
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    Posted on: 2008-10-15
    There are now hundreds of thousands of families all across America facing foreclosure because they simply cannot afford their mortgage payments, or they owe far more than their house is currently worth. To make matters even worse, the Mortgage Bankers Association reports that approximately 50% of home owners who do loose their homes to foreclosure have never once contacted their lender.

    If you know a family in this unfortunate position, who may be facing foreclosure encourage them to reach out to their lender or a housing counseling agency so that they can begin the process of exploring a loan workout solution and hopefully stay in their homes.

    Here are direct links to two of the best resource sites available that you can use both to educated yourselves and to share with people in need of learning more about how they can help themselves avoid foreclosure:

    - Guide to Avoiding Foreclosure (U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development)

    - The HOPE NOW Alliance

    Here is the Homeowner’s HOPE Hotline

    America got into this foreclosure crisis one house at a time, and we need to resolve it one house at a time. Please help 'Save the Dream' for someone today. Thank you.

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