As you are aware, COVID-19 has significantly impacted our country and the City of Newark. Governor John Carney issued a State of Emergency Declaration with 10 modifications to date. The ways in which we live our daily lives have drastically changed and the City has altered operations to comply with the guidelines issued by the State and to keep staff and residents safe and healthy.Below you will find departmental changes and additional measures taken by the City to comply with the Governor’s State of Emergency. To stay up to date with changes that occur in the future, visit newarkde.gov/informme to sign up for updates from InformMe, our citizen notification system.
City Secretary’s Office:
Department of Public Works and Water Resources:
Department of Parks and Recreation:
Payments and Utility Billing:
Planning and Development Department:
Newark Police Department:
Please also note the following important guidelines issued by Governor Carney:
For information on the evolving situation in Delaware, visit de.gov/coronavirus or call the Division of Public Health hotline at 866.408.1899.
The City will continue to monitor the situation and alter plans as required. Please like us on Facebook (@CityofNewarkDelaware) and follow us on Twitter (@CityofNewarkDE) for updates.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Tom Coleman, City Manager