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Congratulations to South Bethany’s Lifeguard of the Year Maggie Ford

Date Posted: Monday, August 26th, 2019

Pictured are Beach Patrol Captain Ryan Dacey and South Bethany’s Lifeguard of the Year Maggie Ford at the Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce 2019 Lifeguard Award Celebration at the Big Chill Beach Club where the outstanding men and women of the local lifeguard patrols were honored.



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View Pictures of the 50th Anniversary Celebration

Date Posted: Thursday, July 25th, 2019

Click or tap to open the following PDF: 50th Anniversary Celebration – View Pictures Additional pictures can be viewed on the Photo Gallery page.



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Reminders and Safety Tips for South Bethany

Date Posted: Tuesday, July 16th, 2019

Click or tap to open the following PDF: Reminders and Safety Tips for South Bethany



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The Best Little Beach in Delaware

Date Posted: Tuesday, July 9th, 2019

The Town of South Bethany is part of the Quiet Resorts of the Delaware Beaches. With so many choices for the entire family, the fun never stops! On the east side of town, relax and soak up the sun on our clean, wide, guarded beach, termed “the best little beach in Delaware.” Our beach is ranked one of the cleanest in the nation. On the west side of town, enjoy boating, crabbing, fishing, sailing and kayaking from our 5-mile network of canals that leads to a beautiful bay surrounded by natural wetlands. Single family homes are just minutes from each of these beautiful amenities.   Vision Statement: South Bethany is a quiet, single-family, oceanside and bayside community with a network of canals, that provides a safe and welcoming environment for property owners and visitors. The town is committed to maintaining and enhancing its character and resources, both natural and man-made. […]



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What Does Slow NO Wake Really Mean?

Date Posted: Thursday, June 13th, 2019

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Beach Umbrella Safety Tips

Date Posted: Wednesday, June 12th, 2019

To help everyone have a safe, enjoyable experience at the beach, here are some tips for choosing and setting up umbrellas, as recommended by experienced individuals.  



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Annual Notification Chapter 114 Solid Waste Article III Solid Waste Management

Date Posted: Tuesday, April 30th, 2019

Annual Notification Chapter 114. Solid Waste Article III. Solid Waste Management (click or tap here)



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Annual Notification of the Mow and Trim Requirements

Date Posted: Tuesday, April 30th, 2019

Annual Notification of the Mow and Trim Requirements (click or tap here)



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South Bethany Committee Guidelines

Date Posted: Tuesday, November 20th, 2018

Purpose: These Guidelines describe the manner in which Committees shall be formed or dissolved, the manner in which the membership of Committees shall be determined, and the manner in which the business, efforts or work of Committees shall be determined and conducted. It shall be the duty of the Mayor and Town Council to create and to dissolve Committees. The Mayor and Town Council shall also establish each Committee’s role, its specific membership and its leadership. Committees exist for the sole purpose of fulfilling the role and direction authorized by the Mayor and Town Council. Definitions: Committee – A Standing Committee or Ad Hoc Committee in the Town of South Bethany is a body of at least three (3) voting members and up to nine (9) members appointed to consider, study, investigate or take action as a group on assigned matters. Committees are established to fulfill a specific purpose or […]



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Sussex County & NOAA Storm Preparedness Resources

Date Posted: Tuesday, November 20th, 2018

Monitoring the Tropics and Conditions The Sussex County Emergency Operations Center encourages residents and visitors to continue monitoring the tropics and conditions. Stay tuned to local television and radio stations. Click or tap on the following links to Sussex County’s internet resources: Sussex County EOC Website Sussex County’s Hurricane Homepage Facebook Twitter YouTube The public should also monitor the National Weather Service NOAA Weather Ready Nation homepage: Visit NOAA’s Weather Ready Nation Website   PDF Version



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