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You can protest your ticket within 30 days on a Tuesday or Wednesday between 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. Otherwise, the payment is due in full.
The City of Newark Municipal Building is located at 220 South Main Street, Newark, DE 19711. From I-95 South, take Exit IB (Rt. 896 North, S. College Avenue), at the third traffic light turn left into Christina Parkway, again at the third traffic light turn right onto Elkton Road. The Municipal Building is on the left side, one mile down the road. From I-95 North, take Exit 109B (Elkton, MD/Newark, DE), keep straight. The Municipal Building is on the left side, about 3+/- miles down the road.
You should contact the appropriate department director first. If after you have spoken with the department director you are still unsatisfied or you are not sure who to call, contact the City Manager’s Office at (302) 366-7020 for further assistance.
Go to the link provided or call the City Manager's Office at (302) 366-7020 and they will walk you through the sign up process.
The City advertises all job opportunities in the Sunday News Journal as well as in our website under Employment. Applicants may submit their application as instructed on the job posting. All job postings list a closing date and any other requirements.
Properties that are reassessed during the year between July and the following March will be issued an interim bill for taxes on the increased amount of assessment. This tax is prorated for the number of months remaining between the billing date and the following June 30.
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The Planning and Development Department is located on the first floor of the City of Newark Municipal Building, 220 South Main Street.
At least one person whose name will appear on the deed must visit the Planning and Development Department to complete the process. There is no fee for the affidavit and the process takes approximately 15 minutes to complete. The Planning and Development Department office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Call our non-emergency telephone number at (302) 366-7111.
Please see our tips page for methods of providing information about crimes or drug incidents to the Newark Police Department.
Please contact the Records Division at (302) 366-7100 - option 3 - for this information. The Records Department is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am until 5:00 pm. Picture ID is required to obtain a report. Crash reports cost $20 each and serious injury/fatality crash reports are $60 each. The first victim's copy of a crime report is free. Additional victim's copies are $20 each. To obtain a victim's copy, you MUST be listed as the victim on the police report.
Persons other than a crime victim may not obtain copies of a police report.
To facilitate your request, you must provide the report/complaint number. If this is unknown, provide date/time/location in order to research requested information. Allow approximately four (4) business days to process your request.
Residential parking permits are obtained through the Newark Parking Division.
A list of calls for service for a particular area can be supplied upon request. Contact our Crime Prevention Officer at (302) 366-7100, x. 3413. You can also view the City of Newark's public crime map webpage.
Yes - on Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Fingerprints are taken for City of Newark residents or those who will be employed within the City of Newark ONLY. You must bring a picture ID (driver’s license or passport) and print card obtained from whomever is requiring fingerprints. Those who live outside the city limits must contact the State Bureau of Identification at 1-800-464-4357 or (302) 739-2528.
Tours of the Police Department are conducted on an appointment basis. Please contact the Crime Prevention Officer at (302) 366-7100, x. 3413.
1. You can click this link to view Known Sex Offenders in Newark.
2. You can look at the Delaware Sex Offender Central Registry website and search by last name, development, city, or zip code.
3. You can come to the Newark Police Department and look through a binder containing information on known Tier II & Tier III sex offenders in the City of Newark.
State law provides that notification be sent to “members of the public who are likely to encounter a sex offender” and includes “schools, licensed day care facilities, public libraries, and other accessible public facilities with in the community.” Letters are only sent to these organizations. However, in cases of a Tier III offender, door-to-door notification is made in the area of the offender’s residence and/or information is provided via telephone using the InformMe automated telephone notification system. If you are in charge of a community organization with a facility accessible to the public or a licensed day care center and do not currently receive sex offender notifications, please contact Det. Paul Keld to see if your organization meets the qualifications to receive notifications.
The City does have its own curbside recycling program. Recycling pick up is one of two days (Thursday or Friday) already assigned to you.
The City will come out and shut the water off at the curb once you have schedule the repair. Call the Water & Wastewater Department at (302) 366-7000, Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. For service after 5:00 p.m., weekend, or holiday, call the City's general number at (302) 366-7000.
A Boil Water Advisory is typically issued after a water main break repair, small or widespread loss of pressure in our water system, or a natural disaster. In some cases, our crews can repair a water main while maintaining adequate pressure to prevent possible contamination from entering the water distribution system. When we issue a Boil Water Advisory, we notify only the customers affected. For more information please read our FAQ or call the Public Works and Water Resources Department at (302) 366-7000.