Trick or TreatingDate Posted: Thursday, October 15th, 2020
The Greenwood Town Council arrived at the conclusion that it would not endorse Halloween Trick or Treating, that being not for, but also not against. It should be an individual decision that if a home owner wants to distribute candy, then they should turn an outside light on which would indicate to parents and children that you are in fact handing out candy. If a house doesn’t have a light on, move on to the next house. If you feel the need to walk and go door to door then by all means do so safely. All we ask is that all CDC guidelines are carried out, wearing appropriate masks, distancing, and sanitizing. If you choose to Trick or Treat the allowed time frame is October 31st, 6-8pm. As in years past, police will be patrolling the town looking out for your safety.
COVID-19 Update: LOBBY OPENDate Posted: Monday, March 16th, 2020
Updated 9/29/20: Our lobby is now open for our normal business hours (M-F, 8am-5pm), no appointment needed. Please be courteous and wear a mask during your visit. Thank you! Updated 7/21/20: Our lobby remains closed to the public, except by appointment only. Staff will be in the office Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm. Council Meetings are scheduled for the 2nd Wednesday each month. Until further notice, face masks are required by attending residents. Updated 6/12/20: Town Hall remains closed due to the Governors State of Emergency. If you need to speak with the Town Manager, you may call Town Hall at 302-349-4534 or email email@example.com. As a reminder, payments can be made on our website or via the drop box. Updated 4/2/20: Our lobby remains closed, staff will be in the office Monday-Thursday, 8am-5pm, until further notice. Our April Council Meeting is cancelled. 3/16/20: Pursuant to guidance from the State of Delaware […]
Council Meeting UpdateDate Posted: Thursday, January 30th, 2020
Effective February 1st, 2020, Town of Greenwood Council Meetings will be held the second Wednesday of every month at 6:30 pm in the Council Chambers at Town Hall.
2020 Recycling CalendarDate Posted: Thursday, January 2nd, 2020
Online Bill PayDate Posted: Friday, August 2nd, 2019
The Town of Greenwood is now accepting online bill payment! To pay online you will be directed to our payment portal though Muni/Pure Convenience. You will be required to enter a Customer ID; for utility payments this is your account number found on your bill, for tax payments this will be the physical address of the property (ex. 123 East Market Street or 101A Governors Ave). There will be an added service fee for online payments, they are as follows: Visa/MC/Disc/AMEX: Under $75 = $2.50 Visa/MC/Disc/AMEX Over $75.01 = 3% Business License and Building Permit payments are now accepted online. Under Customer Information, please select Miscellaneous and in the space requesting Invoice #, instead use the following: *Business License: Street address of business requesting license *Building Permit: Street address in Greenwood where construction is planned Click here to make a payment. Credit card payments and online bill payments […]
Safe Trade AreaDate Posted: Friday, December 18th, 2015
The Greenwood Police Department is now offering a “safe trade area.” This program aims at providing residents additional security when performing online transactions. Residents may use the Town Hall/Police Department parking lot to perform the transaction, which is under 24-hour surveillance. Please keep in mind that the department, nor any of its employees will act as a witness to a sale or be involved in any agreements or civil matters involving sales once completed. The Greenwood Police Department is simply allowing a safe haven for sales to take place without interrupting police operations or access to police services.
Child Passenger Safety TechnicianDate Posted: Monday, September 21st, 2015
Correctly used car seats and booster seats save lives. Is your child’s seat correctly installed? The Greenwood Police Department now has a certified Child Passenger Safety Technician! If you would like to have your child’s seat checked please call us at 302-349-4822 to make an appointment. The service is free and can take approximately 15 minutes.
Drug Take Back ProgramDate Posted: Tuesday, March 24th, 2015
We now have a permanent drop off! You can bring unwanted or expired prescriptions to the Police Department and drop them off in our secure drop box during office hours! No questions asked! Thank you to CVS/pharmacy for helping the Greenwood Police Department bring this to our community!
Town Services EmergenciesDate Posted: Tuesday, February 24th, 2015
If you have a Town Services (water and sewer) Emergency and it is NOT during office hours (Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm) please call the emergency line 302-260-2740. If it is during normal business hours or is a non-emergency you can still call Town Hall at 302-349-4534 to get assistance. This emergency line is in no way connected to the Police Department, if you have a medical emergency or an emergency police matter please call 911. Again, if this is a TOWN SERVICES EMERGENCY and it is after business hours please call the emergency line.
Welcome to Greenwood, Delaware!Date Posted: Monday, June 23rd, 2014
We hope you enjoy the historical information as well as the current information we have provided for you. The Town of Greenwood is located at the intersections of Route 13 and Route 16 in northwestern Sussex County. The Town currently serves over 950 residents within a rapidly growing portion of Sussex County.Greenwood’s slogan “A Nice Place To Live” says it all. We are a nice place to live, a small town with an historic background, walk-able and yet suitably located on US Route 13 for commuter. The Town of Greenwood believes in the positive benefits of community and neighborhood.