Vendors Wanted! Fabulous 4th Fridays! More Info
Amazing bargains and sales through out town. There is no rain date.
The Town of Bridgeville is in the process of updating the Town’s Comprehensive Plan. This Plan serves as an official statement about the future of Bridgeville to help guide future development decisions, re-zonings, annexations, and capital improvements. The Plan is also an informational document for citizens, business people, and government officials to learn more about Bridgeville, its policies, and future land use decisions. This survey is to allow for the public to have the opportunity to provide input into the process. Please complete this survey and return to Town Hall where the results will be tabulated and documented for use in updating the Plan. You can email it to Townofbridgeville@gmail.com, drop it off at Town Hall or mail it to Town of Bridgeville 101 N. Main Street Bridgeville, DE 19933. Survey
Announcing the Bridgeville Christmas Parade On the Evening of December 17, 2016, 4:30 p.m. Register to join Santa and his followers to march in the parade Open to all that wish to show their holiday spirit. Go to: http://www.paradecloud.com/online_registration.php?pid=T1RFPQ To register your group or individual entry. Deadline for entries is November 1, 2016 To volunteer to participate with the Parade Committee please email Dottie.Harper@BrookfieldHomes.com
Welcome. It is our goal to provide you, the citizens of Bridgeville with information you need to make you more familiar with your city and the services provided by us. The Town is located in Sussex County in the southwestern part of Delaware. Bridgeville is located on U.S. 13 approximately 30 miles south of Dover, the capital of Delaware. Bridgeville is also 26 miles north of Salisbury, Maryland, the biggest shopping area south of Dover on the Delmarva Peninsula. The population of Bridgeville is approximately 2,048. The Town logo, posted at all entrances, is “If you lived here, you would be home now.” Bridgeville is one of the oldest surviving communities in western Sussex County. Long before Sussex County was subdivided into hundreds, a community in the 1680′s began to develop along the small waterway known as Bridge Branch. A bridge was built across the stream and it served as […]