for Home and Business Owners

  • Sussex County – Sussex County is the most southern county in the state. It is home to just under 200,000 people and is made up of approx 938 square miles of land. The eastern side is home to most all of the Delaware beaches while the western side is the center of Delaware’s agricultural industry. There are no cities in the county. Much of the county if rural with its largest town having less than 10,000 residents. The soils range from pure sand to hard clay and there is very little natural stone.  Read More Here
  • Kent County –  is the county located in the middle of the state. It is home to around 150,000 people and is made up of approx 590 square miles of land and contains three cities – Dover, Milford and Harrington. Much of the county is rural playing host to poultry farms, cattle farms and grain farming. The soils fall into three regions: the poorly drained, treeless tidal marshes along the Delware Bay; the center section with a wide belt of well-drained fertile farming land; and the western side which is flat and very poorly drained.  Read More Here
  • New Castle County – is the northernmost county in the state. It is home to almost 600,000 people and is made up of approx 426 square miles of land. It is neighbored by Pennsylvania to the north and Maryland to the west. Though it is the smallest, it is the most populated and affluent of the three counties in the state. Read More Here