City of Rehoboth Beach buildings and offices closing to public

REHOBOTH BEACH, Del. – The City of Rehoboth Beach is implementing several measures to slow the spread of coronavirus in the area.

Through March 31st, the City of Rehoboth Beach buildings and offices will be closed to the general public. This includes City Hall, Administrative Offices, Public Works Buildings, playgrounds, and all public restrooms except Rehoboth Avenue.

City of Rehoboth Beach Police, Public Works, Water, and Wastewater crews will continue operations and will be available to respond to service calls. Non-emergency police dispatch and after-hours utility emergencies can be reported at 302-227-2577. You should call 911 in the event of an emergency.

Rehoboth Beach residents should use the City’s Citizen Self-Service Portal for making utility billing payments. Payments can also be made by U.S. Mail and the drop box outside City Hall.

City staff will continue working on-site while officers are closed to the public. Staff will be available to answer any questions by phone at 302-227-6184 or by email. Essential in-person meetings with City staff may be arranged by appointment.

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