In response to the governor’s recent order concerning the coronavirus, effective immediately and until further notice, some Town of Millsboro employees will be working adjusted schedules, some from home part of the time, as needs and regulations change.
Town Hall will still be open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Building permit-related and other services will be provided via the drive-through window located on the Mitchell Street side of the Millsboro Town Center at 322 Wilson Highway. The goal is to maintain close-to-normal operations.
Customers are encouraged to use the town’s website, www.millsboro.org, to make payments.
The CALEA-accredited Millsboro Police Department will continue to provide services around the clock, and the town’s water and sewer employees will continue to report during normal business hours and whenever needed.
“As an incredibly business-friendly city – after, of course, doing its part to keep its employees and town residents safe – Millsboro wants to do what it can to help developers, contractors, and others continue to move forward with their projects during this economically challenging period,” said Town Manager Sheldon P. Hudson. “At a time when many organizations are shutting down completely – sometimes out of necessity – we believe the city’s current and future business community will appreciate the Town of Millsboro’s efforts and will remember them when the economy inevitably starts booming again.”