The Public Works Yard (102 Franklin Street) is once again open for drop off of yard waste on Wednesdays from 9 am to 3 pm. Yard waste includes grass clippings, leaves, tree limbs, and garden material and cannot be mixed in with regular household garbage.
The Harrington City Council voted to approve trick-or-treating with safety guidelines. Trick-or-treating will be held on Saturday, October 31, from 6 pm to 8 pm for ages 12 and under. If participating, please follow guidelines established by the Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH) including: Wear a mask. Both trick-or-treaters and those handing out candy should wear a face covering. Halloween masks are not sufficient. […]
October 15-17 10 am – 7 pm Safety precautions: Must wear a mask while in the Public Works yard 1 vehicle in the yard at a time Employees will be unable to assist in unloading vehicles Harrington residents can take bulk items or extra trash to the Public Works Yard (102 Franklin Street) during Fall Clean Up. Photo ID is required as proof of residency. […]
The city has had reports of phone scams that are being received in town. Please do not give out any personal information when you receive unsolicited phone calls. See the Federal Trade Commission website for additional information on avoiding phone scams.
The City of Harrington has an opening for a Public Works Technician III. Employees in this position perform skilled maintenance and operational tasks of a technical nature under general supervision of the Public Works Supervisor. The candidate must pass a background check, drug screening, and physical. The City of Harrington offers an excellent benefit package. Starting salary will be determined by experience and education of […]
Reprinted from the Social Security Administration By Carolyn Nichols, District Manager in Dover, DE We are excited to tell you about our redesigned retirement benefits portal at www.ssa.gov/benefits/retirement. Keeping you informed about our products and services, and helping you prepare for making decisions that will affect your benefits is very important to us. Preparing for retirement is one of the most important decisions you can […]
Given by Mayor Anthony R. Moyer on June 1, 2020: It is my sincerest belief when I say to you that the state of the city is in a strong position for the future and will weather all that is placed on us. We are stable fiscally. While this next year will be a challenge fiscally due to circumstances that have been unforeseen by the […]
Harrington will begin accepting drop off yard waste from residents at the Public Works Yard on Wednesdays from 8 am to 3 pm starting tomorrow, May 27. For the health and safety of our employees and residents, social distance must be maintained and staff will be unable to assist in the unloading of yard waste. Harrington City Hall will reopen to the public starting on […]
We all have a say in the outcome of the 2020 Census, and it can help Delaware secure $3 billion in funding and maintain fair representation in Congress. All you have to do is complete and return your 2020 Census form. It is a simple civic duty with enormous impact. Go online to my2020census.gov or call 1-844-330-2020 to complete your census today and help shape […]