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Millsboro Deleware

1st for growth. According to the 2019 Report on State Planning Issues, Millsboro ranks #1 out of the 25 Sussex County cities for number of residential building permits issued (6-year total) - a leading indicator of population growth. This is especially noteworthy given that Sussex County is the fastest-growing county in the State of Delaware. Welcoming to professionals and families alike. There is no sales tax. Property taxes and crime rates are low. The Indian River School District, which serves Millsboro, enjoys a solid reputation and, like the Town, is growing rapidly. Recreational opportunities include a boat ride on the Indian River (which provides direct access to the Atlantic Ocean) or a trip to Millsboro Lanes for bowling or arcade time, and cultural opportunities include a visit to the gallery at the Greater Millsboro Art League facility.

Delmar Deleware

Delmar is a town in Delaware with a population of 1,704. Delmar is in Sussex County. Living in Delmar offers residents a sparse suburban feel and most residents own their homes. Many families and retirees live in Delmar and residents tend to lean conservative. The public schools in Delmar are above average. The educational and extracurricular programs and sense of community pride are outstanding in Delmar. Students from both sides of the state line attend the Delmar, Maryland Elementary School under the jurisdiction of the Wicomico County Board of Education. Through the combined efforts of many organizations and individuals, the dream of a new, much needed Junior-Senior High School (grades 7-12) became reality in the summer of 2000.

Seaford Deleware

Growth and flourishment still continues today as Seaford adds more quality businesses and people to its vibrant residence. With more than 500 retail stores and service-related businesses, a stable and respected local government, a diversity of residential developments, a modern hospital and numerous support clinics, elderly care, fine schools and churches, many youth and adult extracurricular educational and recreational programs, numerous volunteer service organizations, and Seaford's location near the most pristine river and recreational beaches on the East Coast, it is little wonder Seaford is considered such a desirable place to live, work, and play.

Laurel Deleware

Laurel, Delaware is a small town of about 3,000 people in Sussex County. It’s a historic town located on Broad Creek, which runs from Delmar, to Records Pond, through the town of Laurel and out towards the Nanticoke River. Broad Creek itself is enough of a reason to notice the beauty of Laurel, so when you add in the stunning ponds and state parks that surround the town, it’s easy to see why this small Delaware town captures the hearts of so many. Laurel was founded in 1683 and incorporated as a town on April 13, 1883 and was considered one of the wealthiest in the state, with 2,500 residents. The town consisted of 11 general stores, 7 grocery stores, 5 millinery, 3 clothing, 3 drug stores, 2 furniture stores, 1 stave factory, 1 carriage factory, 1 sawmill, 2 blacksmith shops, 2 wheelwright shops, 2 butcher shops, 2 shoe shops, 2 barber shops, 2 hotels, 5 physicians, 1 dentist, and 3 churches. The town has the largest designated historic area in the state of Delaware.

Bridgeville Deleware

 Bridgeville Delaware is a quiet community of 1,436 served by Route 13 and Route 404. Bridgeville was settled in 1684 as Attawattacoquin on land from Charles Calvert III, Lord Baron of Baltimore. It was named Bridge Branch before officially becoming Bridgeville in 1871. The town was incorporated in 1938. Bridgeville is home to the annual Apple-Scrapple Festival the second week of October Bridgeville is a town in Delaware with a population of 2,480. Bridgeville is in Sussex County. Living in Bridgeville offers residents a sparse suburban feel and most residents own their homes. Many retirees live in Bridgeville and residents tend to have moderate political views. The public schools in Bridgeville are above average.

Milton Deleware

Milton is a town in Delaware with a population of 2,792. Milton is in Sussex County. Living in Milton offers residents a sparse suburban feel and most residents own their homes. Many young professionals and retirees live in Milton and residents tend to lean conservative. The public schools in Milton are highly rated. Milton is a town in Sussex County, Delaware, United States, on the Delmarva Peninsula. It is located on the Broadkill River, which empties into Delaware Bay. The population was 2,576 at the 2010 census, an increase of 55.5% over the previous decade.

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