Welcome to the Town of Ellendale

Welcome to Ellendale. The Mayor and Town Council would like to welcome you to our town and our website. We hope you find what you are looking for. Ellendale is a small town with a bright future, as growth is […]

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2019 Licensed Businesses in Town of Ellendale

The Town recommends using the following business who are compliant with having a business license with the Town. Please remember all businesses, contractors, persons, firms, and corporations should be licensed not only with the State of Delaware, but also the […]

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Trick or Treat

Trick or Treat 2019        

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Candy Rain Event

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2019 Tree Sponsorships

Tree Sponsorship     See link for more information 

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Reminder! Reservations NOW REQUIRED for Parties in Town Park

At June 7, 2016 Council meeting, Mayor and Council voted to start a reservation policy for our pavilion due to the growing popularity of the pavilion/park for parties. Effective June 13, 2016. Posted on pavilion and gate to park as of […]

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2020 New Year’s Day Parade -Entry Form – Roaring Twenties

Parade Entry Form The 5th Ellendale New Year’s Day parade (1/1/2020) is scheduled for New Year’s Day at 2pm. The Theme this year is the Roaring Twenties.  Entry deadline is December 19, 2019 at noon. Contact Norman “Jay” Jones at […]

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Business Licenses are Required

As the New Year approaches, we are reminding everyone that although this is nothing new and has been in place for quite some time, business licenses are required to do any work in the town limits of Ellendale. This includes […]

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Zoning Ordinance Article 10 Reminders

It’s that time of year… to make sure you prune your bushes, hedges, trees to keep them from hindering passage of people on public or private properties(article 10.2.3) including sidewalks and roadways. Keep your grass cut and below 6 inches. Also […]

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Domesticated Animals (Dogs) at Large

The Town of Ellendale DOES NOT allow domesticated animal (DOGS)┬áto roam freely, even if you are with them. They must be on a leash and under the control of a person physically able to control it, at all times, when […]

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