News Releases and Announcements
Nearly 50 high school students from throughout Sussex County participated in the 2017 County Government Day, which allowed students to take part in a mock County Council meeting.
Nearly 50 Sussex County high school juniors will take part in a mock County Council session Wednesday, April 26
Served in various row offices, most recently as the elected Clerk of the Peace, since first winning election in 2000
Public will get change to hear update, ask questions, offer input during five sessions scheduled across the county in May
Scammers targeting county residents with claims of missed jury duty, demanding payment to avoid arrest
Offices closed for annual spring season break; will re-open Monday, April 17
Free app allows those with CPR training, smartphones to receive alerts and render aid to nearby cardiac victims
New standards are most significant update to County drainage rules in 30-plus years
Purchase of King Farm, off Park Avenue east of Georgetown, allows County to expand its leasable space offerings for future tenants
CHEER Inc.'s concept for Georgetown to be featured topic at next Sussex County advisory committee meeting March 20
The second weekend in March marks the start of Daylight Saving Time. It's also a good time to check the battery in your smoke detector.
Sussex County encourages all seasonal restaurants to clean their grease traps before opening for the season.
County Council President Michael H. Vincent will serve as president of Delaware Association of Counties
Sussex County officials receive update on infrastructure planning concept proposed for Lewes area
Kim Hoey Stevenson of Lewes appointed to five-member body, begins service immediately
New digital, up-to-date map replaces, provides backup to paper maps adopted in the early 1970s
Multiple surplus items available for purchase beginning February 6.
Advisers from CarePatrol Delaware will make presentation on housing placement services
Land used for Wolfe Neck Regional Wastewater Facility near Lewes would feature trails for public use, as well
Holiday celebrates birth and legacy of civil rights pioneer; all offices re-open Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017
Janelle M. Cornwell succeeds Lawrence Lank as new director; will lead department through upcoming 2018 comprehensive plan process
I.G. Burton III becomes new 3rd District councilman, while Norman A. 'Jay' Jones Jr. takes over as Clerk of the Peace