Town Code:

View Town codes, resolutions, and ordinances.

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Town Council:

Find meeting information, agendas and minutes, and membership information for the Town Council.

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Fenwick Locals:

This is a program to strengthen the relationship between local Fenwick Island homeowners/residents and local Fenwick Island businesses and merchants.  Simply stated, local Fenwick businesses supported by local residents, local employees and the Fenwick business community as a whole makes a better Town of Fenwick Island!

Fenwick Locals Program

Bulk Trash Collection:

It has been our experience that many residents will take this opportunity to clean garages and yards, while others will gather the attic treasures that have accumulated over the years and are now expendable. (This is not for yard waste pickup)

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Employment Opportunities:

View employment opportunities and how to apply for a job with the Town.

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Mayor’s Office:

View information on Fenwick Island’s mayor.

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Park Facilities:

View all the different parks within Fenwick Island.

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It has become an increasingly large concern in Town that owners of pets are neglecting to pick up pet waste.

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Police Department:

View important information about the Fenwick Island Police Department.

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Prescription Drug Take Back Locations:   (Fenwick Island PD does not participate)

Selbyville Police Dept @ Selbyville Town Hall 68 W. Church St  Selbyville, DE  19975

Ocean View Police Dept @ 201 Central Ave Ocean View, DE 19970

Dagsboro Police Dept @ 33134 Main St  Dagsboro, DE  19939

For other locations, visit and click on the drug disposal icon, and enter your zip code.

Public Information:

View important information, newsletters and publications from the Town.

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Trash Recyclables & Yard Waste:

Town Code specifies the manner in which trash should be handled.

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Senior Care:

Many seniors are unaware of the available care options and programs that can help maintain their independence and quality of life.   Visit, a free resource that provides comprehensive information on topics like financial support, organizations, and available care options that are in every city in Delaware that can help senior citizens stay connected with their community. 

Voting Information:

View information on where, when, and how to vote in upcoming elections.

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