• Wilmington Celebrates Black History Month

    Wilmington Celebrates Black History Month

    Tice Davids, a runaway slave from Kentucky, may have been the inspiration for the first usage of the term "Underground Railroad". Davids is thought to have made his was to Ripley, Ohio. (Photo courtesy: The History Channel)

  • A Guide to Rodney Square

    A Guide to Rodney Square

    Learn about the historic buildings and iconic monument - the Caesar Rodney Statue - that make up the area located in the heart of downtown Wilmington.

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  • From Creek to Tap

    From Creek to Tap

    The Department of Public Works and the Department of Planning and Development are pleased to present From Creek to Tap: The Story of Wilmington's Public Water System.

    Read the Story
  • Office of Neighborhood Development

    Office of Neighborhood Development

    Learn how the Mayor's Office of Neighborhood Development works to help make Wilmington a clean, peaceful community where prosperity and opportunities are extended to all.

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  • Report It Resolve It

    Report It Resolve It

    "Report It/Resolve It" allows residents to submit a non-emergency request or complaint online that will be routed to the responsible division within the Department of Public Works, which will then investigate the problem and take the necessary steps to

    Report It
  • Citizen Self Service

    Citizen Self Service

    The City of Wilmington is pleased to provide citizens an easy way to access your City utility, tax, and permit bill information online.

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