Memorial Day Celebration 5/29 @ 9:30 am More Info
ATTENTION BRIDGEVILLE RESIDENTS: Please be advised that you will no longer be billed by the Town for garbage and recycling services. You will now be billed quarterly by Waste Management for those services. Their first bill, which has already been sent out to the Bridgeville residents, is for the months of November, December and January. Please read the letter from Waste Management for more information. You may also contact the Town Office should you have any questions.
It is the duty of the Bridgeville Police Department and Chief Robert Longo to protect and assist the citizens of Bridgeville. The Police Department fulfills these duties by providing foot and vehicle patrols that help to eliminate crime and drugs. Mandatory law and equipment training program requirements keep officers up to date. These mandates help to ensure that the Town of Bridgeville has knowledgeable and dependable officers patrolling the streets.
The Emergency Preparedness Voluntary Registry is linked to a secure database which ties into the State’s 911 system making this valuable information immediately accessible to 911 dispatchers. With this registry, 911 dispatchers will now be able to provide first responders with specific details about a citizen’s special needs before they arrive on the scene. Read full article
Dense fog is causing delays this morning. Please be extra cautious when driving. Use of headlights and or fog lights are recommended for vehicles. What is fog? Fog is a cloud near the ground. The same processes that produce clouds thousands of meters above the ground can produce clouds near the surface. Both fog and clouds form when the atmosphere can no longer hold all of the moisture it contains. This happens when 1) the temperature of air drops to its dew point, which is the temperature at which air is holding as much moisture as it can, or 2) the amount of moisture in the air increases until the air reaches its dew point. Once air has reached its dew point, the water in it condenses, forming tiny water droplets that we see as fog. Fog is a hazard mostly for one very important reason: reduced visibility. Airport delays, […]
P & Z 2010 Annual Report, May13, 2011
Delaware is among six Chesapeake Bay Watershed states – along with Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and New York – and the District of Columbia committed to a federal-state initiative to develop a pollution “diet” that will help restore the water quality of the Bay and its tidal waters by 2025. Read more about Phase 1 of the Delaware Watershed Implementation Plan (WIP).
The Heritage Shores Special Tax Levy Report for the 2011-2012 fiscal year & FAQ PDF