Senior Tax Discount Eligibility

Date Posted: Friday, January 15th, 2016

In order to qualify for the senior tax discount, Camden residents must comply with all the following: You must be a Camden Homeowner for at least one (1) year immediately preceding October of the pretax year. You must be sixty-two (62) years of age. Your annual income (wages) cannot exceed $15,000.00 if single and $30,000.00 if joint account.  (The wage threshold excludes social security, railroad pension, military pension, or any other pensions received from previous employment). You must attach a copy of your most recent Federal Income Tax Return to the Town of Camden application for the senior tax discount. The deadline for form submittal is May 31st to be eligible for the coming year’s senior tax discount.  



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Fiscal Year 2016 Budget

Date Posted: Sunday, July 5th, 2015

Fiscal Year 2016 Budget



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Permanent Drug Take Back Box

Date Posted: Monday, December 15th, 2014

The Camden Police Department has a new drug drop box for prescription and non-prescription medications.  It is located in the lobby of the Police Department and is accessible any time the lobby is open.  Normal business hours are Monday – Friday 8am- 4pm. Acceptable: Prescriptions Prescription Patches Prescription Ointments Over the Counter Medications Vitamins Samples Medications for Pets Non-acceptable: Syringes Poisons Liquids (of any kind) Inhalers Aerosol Cans Bio Hazardous Material Illicit Drugs



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Welcome to Camden, Delaware

Date Posted: Wednesday, November 19th, 2014

The history of this community can be traced to the 1780s, when members of the Mifflin family began dividing their lands into lots. Much of this land was originally a part of the tract known as Brecknock, which was granted to Alexander Humphreys in 1680. Located at the intersection of two important thoroughfares, a number of homes and businesses were soon constructed here. First known at Mifflin’s Crossroads, and also Piccadilly, the village of Camden was firmly established by the 1790s. The town became a commercial center, sending most of its products to market by way of Port of Lebanon, and later by rail with the coming of the railroad in the 1850s. Camden was first incorporated in 1852, and again in 1969. Learn More: A History of the Town of Camden – By Patrick Dyer A Short History of Camden – By Michael Richards Camden – By Joan Robinson Medland



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Town of Camden PD ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Date Posted: Friday, August 22nd, 2014

The Town of Camden Police Department was nominated to do the ALS ice bucket challenge by Dover Police Department.  Our wonderful Police Department and Town Manager gladly accepted the challenge! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8RkueFESXU&feature=youtu.be  



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Security System Registration

Date Posted: Tuesday, June 17th, 2014

Please remember to register your home and business security systems with the Camden Police Department. Security System Registration Ordinance #2008-O-05 – Alarms and Security Systems  



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TRASH SCHEDULE

Date Posted: Monday, January 7th, 2013

2017 Trash Schedule



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Public Notice – Resolution 2012-R-01

Date Posted: Thursday, February 16th, 2012

Public Notice – Res 2012-R-01



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Fiscal Year 2009-2010 Audit

Date Posted: Sunday, January 29th, 2012

Fiscal Year 2009_2010 Audit



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Proposal for Traffic Calming and Child Safety

Date Posted: Thursday, November 10th, 2011

Proposal for Traffic Calming and Child Safety Thomas Harmon Drive, Newell’s Creek Community. October 11, 2011 Summary: Several Newell’s Creek residents approached the Mayor regarding the traffic volume and their concern for the safety of children in the neighborhood. A survey of the community resulted in 129 homes participating. Sixty Six percent of the responding home voted in favor of a closure on Thomas Harmon Drive. A traffic survey using the Camden Police radar box was conducted over a period of two weeks, one week in each direction on Thomas Harmon Drive. The survey shows an average of 4574 vehicles per day measured over seven days in each direction. The measurements were made in August 2010 using the Camden Police radar box which measured the count and speed in one direction at a time. A chart showing the data is attached as Appendix A. Caesar Rodney School District has provided […]



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