ELECTION TIME! Municipal Elections will be held on March 4, 2023 for 3 council member seats with a term of office of 2 years (March 2023 - March 2025). The forms for application are found under Election Information. All applications must be at the Town Hall no later than February 3, 2023 at 4:30 p.m. We encourage all residents that are eligible to get involved with your Community! The Lions Club is collecting used eyeglasses for recycling - the box is located in the Town Hall. More Info

Public Awareness

Child Sexual Abuse:


Medication Drug Collection Sites in Delaware:

Local Sussex County collection sites for safe medication drug disposal are:

Ocean View Police Dept., 201 Central Ave., Ocean View, DE 19970; 302-539-1111

Selbyville Police Dept., 68 W. Church St., Selbyville, DE 19975; 302-436-5085

Georgetown Police Dept., 335 N. Race St., Georgetown, DE 19947; 302-856-6613


Wanted Persons:


Elder Abuse:


911 Addressing:


Animal/Dog Control:

  • Since the Town of Millville does not have a police department nor an animal control office, if you wish to report a dog “at large” (i.e., any dog that is unrestrained and (1) on property open to the public; or (2) on private property not owned by the owner of the dog, unless a property owner has given permission for such presence), please contact the Delaware Office of Animal Welfare’s Delaware Animal Services (DAS), by either calling 302-255-4646, or by filling out an online violation complaint form found here.
  • Injured birds: If you spot an injured bird, call Tri-State at 302-737-9543 or the Delaware Division of Fish & Wildlife at 302-739-9912. When contacting Tri-State, please have patience while waiting for someone to respond as Tri-State rescuers rely on volunteers. If a volunteer is not immediately available to respond, keep an eye on the bird. If able and comfortable, contain or capture the bird with guidance over the phone from Tri-State experts. For more tips on responding to injured wild birds, go to tristatebird.org/foundinjuredbird
  • To report someone trying to injure wildlife, call 800-292-3030.
  • Road Kill Removal: If you wish to report road kill (i.e., dead deer, dead dog, etc.) for removal from a road, DelDOT has a crew to perform this duty. You may reach them at 302-659-4600.
  • Keeping Pets Safe & Secure at Home
  • DAS does not handle complaints involving wildlife. Refer to the information below to assist you. Nuisance Wild Animal Concerns – such as a squirrel in the attic or a skunk under a shed:

Emergency Preparedness & Procedures:

You can check on local storm shelter locations by calling the American Red Cross at 302-856-2993 or the Sussex County Emergency Operation Center (EOC) storm line at 302-856-7366.