Updates

6/15/2021 - Governor Carney to lift COVID-19 State of Emergency in Delaware on July 13. Learn more HERE.

5/21/2021 - Rehoboth Beach removes boardwalk mask requirement. Learn more HERE.

5/15/2021 - The City of Rehoboth Beach’s Fourth of July fireworks display will launch as scheduled Saturday, July 3. Learn more HERE.

5/14/2021 - Governor Carney to lift Delaware's mask mandate effective May 21. Learn more HERE.

5/4/2021 - Governor Carney, DPH Announce Major Changes to COVID-19 Restrictions: effective May 21, most capacity restrictions will be lifted; Delawareans should follow CDC mask guidance outdoors; larger events still require plan approval from DPH. Learn more HERE.

1/11/2021 - John Carney announces updates to Delaware's COVID-19 restrictions. Learn more HERE.

8/28/2020 - The City of Rehoboth Beach has extended Meterless Mondays through September 14, 2020. Learn more HERE.

8/17/2020 - Rehoboth Beach's Sea Witch Festival has been postponed until 2021. Learn more HERE

8/4/2020 - Governor Carney announces Delaware schools may open in a hybrid scenario. Learn more HERE.

7/7/2020 - The City of Rehoboth Beach has modified its face-covering requirement. Face coverings will no longer be required on the beach. Learn more HERE.

7/6/2020 - Governor Carney on Monday formally extended the current state of emergency for another 30 days to confront the community spread of COVID-19. Learn more HERE

6/30/2020 - Beginning July 1, 5:00 pm, Rehoboth Beach requires face coverings everywhere. Learn more HERE.  

6/3/2020 - Governor Carney has announced that Delaware will enter Phase 2 of reopening beginning June 15. Read the full text of the governor's announcement HERE. Page 12 of the governor's plan discusses changes for real estate professionals.

5/26/2020 - Governor Carney has announced the lifting of the short-term rental ban and out-of-state quarantine beginning June 1. Learn more HERE

5/19/2020 - Governor Carney announces additional steps for retail, restaurant businesses to expand operations. Learn more HERE.

5/14/2020 - Governor John Carney announces the reopening of beaches to Delawareans. Learn more HERE

5/12/2020 - Rehoboth Beach will re-open its beach and boardwalk on Friday, May 15. Visitors are expected to practice social distancing and wear face masks. Learn more HERE.

5/11/2020 - Delaware farmers' markets will open beginning May 15 under new COVID-19 protocols. Learn more HERE.

5/5/2020 - Governor John Carney has announced interim steps to allow small businesses to expand their services in accordance with social distancing guidelines. Click HERE for more information.

4/28/2020 - Governor John Carney has announced the initial schedule for the State of Delaware's Coordination and Care community testing sites. Read the full press release HERE.

4/25/2020 - Governor Carney has issued a thirteenth modification to the current state of emergency. Delawareans are now required to wear face coverings in public settings. Read the full text of the modification HERE.

4/24/2020 - Rehoboth Beach has canceled Independence Day Fireworks due to COVID-19. Read the full CodeRED Message from Mayor Paul Kuhns HERE.

4/23/2020 - Governor John Carney has launched a preliminary plan for the phased re-opening of Delaware's economy. The criteria for this process are based on federal guidelines, and it will take each of our cooperation to help bring this plan to fruition. Click HERE  for full details.

4/16/2020 - Governor Carney's eleventh state-of-emergency modification allows Delaware attorneys to notarize real estate documents by video. Click HERE to read the full text of the latest modification (pages 6-10 discuss the new notarization protocol).  

4/15/2020 - The state COVID-19 web page now has a new interactive case map, allowing users to see the map in greater detail and gauge the progress of the outbreak over time. CLICK HERE to access the web page, then scroll down to view the map.

3/29/2020 - CodeRed Emergency Notifications Now Offered from the City of Rehoboth Beach 

Rehoboth Beach Alerts

CodeRED Messages (Updated Regularly)

Rehoboth Beach Police Continue to Urge Compliance

Rehoboth Beach Police are Prepared for COVID-19

City of Rehoboth Beach Restaurants Permitted to Reserve Two Parking Spaces

Lewes Alerts

March 24 Update

Message from Police Chief Thomas Spell

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COVID-19 Resources

Millsboro Alerts

Texas Roadhouse Submits Preliminary Site Plan

Mountaire Donating Chicken to Local Hospital Employees

Sussex County Alerts

Sussex County Government Operations Coronavirus Updates

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Delaware Beach Life's List of Local Businesses Currently Offering Take-Out Options

Company Comments

During this difficult and uncertain time, the health and safety of our clients, staff, and agents is our top priority. Currently, following Governor Carney's orders, our offices remain closed to the public. Internally, however, we are still functioning and are available to take care of all your real estate needs. In the coming weeks, our social channels will focus on providing up-to-date information for our clients. Below, we would like to share some important contact information with you:

  • For pending settlements, please contact your agent and settlement office to confirm procedures. Transactions that are currently under contract are proceeding as normal.
  • For scheduled showings, please contact your agent to confirm details.
  • All lenders, banks, inspection companies, and attorneys are available.
  • To newer residents who just purchased in the area: please reference your local chamber of commerce website for updates as well as follow news.delaware.gov for statewide announcements.
  • If you have any questions, please contact your agent!

Stay safe and healthy! Adversity brings out the best in people. Together, we will steer our way through this.