In conjunction with the recommendations put forth in the State of Emergency mandated by the Governor, along with the recommendations by the CDC, effective immediately, the City is cancelling all events through the end of May.
We will continue to monitor this extremely serious and fluid situation and will provide updates as they become available to us. More Info
Storm Water and Flood Protection
(302)STOPPIT Water Pollution Hotline
County, City, State Launch (302) STOPPIT Water Pollution Hotline
New Castle County, the City of Wilmington, and the Delaware Department of Transportation have announced the launch of the (302) STOPPIT water pollution hotline for residents to report pollution going into or coming out of the storm sewer system.
When City of New Castle residents see evidence that someone has dumped chemicals or debris into the storm sewer system, here’s what they can do:
- Visit www.302STOPPIT.org and fill out an online form
- Call or send a text message to (302) STOPPIT (302.786.7748) with the location and details
- Email hotline@302STOPPIT.org with the location and details
The storm drains that line streets and parking lots connect to the storm sewer system and eventually reach local streams and rivers. For this reason, it is illegal for anyone to dispose of motor oil, household chemicals, yard waste, pet waste, or any other materials in storm drains and storm sewers. The partners will investigate all tips from residents and take appropriate action, which may include containment, cleanup, and issuing citations.
Resilient Community Workshop Presentation
City of New Castle Resilient Community Partnership Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Plan
The City of New Castle’s efforts to prevent stormwater pollution are guided by NPDES Permit Number DE0051071 and State Permit Number WPCC3063A/96. The City is a Co-Permittee for the Stormwater Pollution Prevention and Management Program with the State of Delaware and New Castle County who are the principal permittees. Below are links to their websites.
Flood Protection in our city
Real-time Flood Gage Information