FREE Summer Food Programs

“In Delaware, 117, 320 people are struggling with hunger – and of them 34,750 are children.” (feedingamerica.org 2017) Even with school out for the summer, children 18 and younger can get breakfast (9:30-10 am) and lunch (12-12:30 pm) for free Monday-Thursday at Lake Forest High, East Elementary, and South Elementary schools. This program runs until August 8. The Greater Harrington Community Development Corporation is also […]


Protecting Our State’s Precious Water Begins With You…

Storm drains and roadside ditches lead directly to our streams, rivers, lakes and bays. So, any pollutants like oil, pet waste, leaves, grass clippings, trash, or dirty water from washing your car, or other outside activities that enter a storm drain eventually get into our state’s precious waters. How can You help? Follow these Simple Tips to help keep our water clean. Never dump anything […]


Community Garden

Help maintain the garden and pick what vegetables you’d like. Call Harrington Parks and Recreation with any questions 398-7975.


Summer Travel Safety Tips

Here are a few things to keep in mind if you will be traveling this summer: Don’t use your back pockets. Pickpockets can easily lift your wallet from your back pocket. Hide your cash. Don’t carry all your cash in the same place. Hide it in several places when traveling. Fill out a house watch form. Stop by HPD or get one from our webpage. […]


Price Center Rentals

The Price Community Center (103 Dorman Street) is available to rent for birthday parties, meetings, and other special occasions. ***Friday and Saturday hours are now extended until 11 pm*** The rental fee is $75 per hour (4 hour minimum). Contact Harrington Parks and Recreation for more information, 398-7975.


Kent County Sewer Rate Increase

Although City of Harrington water and sewer rates have not been raised, customers will see an increase in the Kent County sewer treatment portion of their utility bills starting with the September 30 bill. The new rate has changed from $2.34 to $2.58 per 1,000 gallons effective July 1, 2019. The Kent County rate increase is related to operational and maintenance costs at the wastewater […]


Nominations for Citizen of the Year

The City of Harrington is now accepting nominations for the 2019 Citizen of the Year. If you know someone that has had a positive impact on the greater Harrington area, please complete the Citizen of the Year Nomination Form and return it to City Hall by the close of business on August 9, 2019. Please see the nomination form for details.


2019 Annual Report to the Electors of the City

Presented by Mayor Anthony R. Moyer on June 3, 2019 I am pleased to report that the City of Harrington has been growing over the past year. New homes, as well as new businesses, have opened. I would like to welcome Council Members Joe Gannon and Micah Parker back for another term, and I appreciate them as well as all council members for their dedication […]


2019 Swearing In Ceremony

Council members for Districts 1 and 3 took their oaths of office on June 3, 2019.  


PUBLIC NOTICE: Annual Report to the Electors

PUBLIC NOTICE City of Harrington Annual Report to the Electors of the City The Mayor and Council of the City of Harrington will present the Annual Report to the Electors of the City concerning the business of the City for the past year and plans for upcoming improvements at the City Council Organizational Meeting. The Organizational Meeting will be held at City Hall, 106 Dorman […]