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Date Posted: Monday, May 3rd, 2021

The pickleball courts at Evans Park will be opening May 8th! Please follow all court and park rules, and remember to be courteous of others (Court Rules)     Note: The Town is aware there may be issues with the restrooms, and is working on fixing these issues. Please do your part by not flushing sanitary items, making sure the toilet flushes, and not over using toilet paper or flushing paper towels. Call the town, and leave a message for the building department, or send an email to, to report any park issues. Your help is appreciated. 


Town of Millville Employment Opportunity: Park Maintenance Workers

Date Posted: Wednesday, April 7th, 2021

The Town of Millville is looking for two (2) qualified individuals for the part-time positions of Park Maintenance Workers, to perform general grounds functions in the park/playground areas such as emptying trash containers and dog stations; upkeep of grounds; cleans public restrooms; cleans assembly hall and restrooms.  QUALIFICATIONS: Must have a high school diploma or equivalent Valid Delaware Driver’s License Required to work outdoors in cold and hot weather Must be available to work days, nights, weekends, and holidays as needed. The successful applicant must pass a background check and drug test and is subject to the Town Personnel Policies, including a 90-day probation. Must meet requirements in the job description. The Town of Millville will pay $15.00 per hour. The deadline for consideration will be Friday, April 23, 2021.  To apply, qualified applicants should mail a confidential cover letter and resume to:  Town of Millville Code & Building Official […]


The History of Millville

Date Posted: Thursday, June 5th, 2014

What record does exist suggests the community came together very slowly over time. Although Millville didn’t formally organize until early in the 20th century, quite a few local families can probably trace their ancestries hundreds of years earlier. Gordon Wood Sr., who grew up in Millville, traced dozens of local genealogies in preparing his “Letters to the Little Ones” family history. And in doing so, he made this observation: many of the names appearing in the 1780 Census for the Baltimore Hundred were still in local evidence years after the town’s establishment. Among the 30 students of Wood’s graduating class of 1953 from Lord Baltimore School, fully 25 students still bore surnames mentioned in 1780, or their mothers did, he pointed out.