What's New In New Castle County?
County Spotlights
County libraries offer new curbside printing pickup service
New Castle County is offering free printing services at county libraries through a curbside pickup program similar to the curbside library materials program. From legal documents to school packets to assist with virtual learning, patrons now have the ability to print hard copies of their documents. Patrons can email documents, call their library to set up a time to pick up prints using curbside service. Patrons are limited to 10 black and white pages per day; normal fees are waived. For step-by-step instructions on how to print from home and pick up your papers at your local library, CLICK HERE.
Labor Day holiday could lead to COVID-19 surge, get tested
New Castle County continues efforts to test every resident who wants a test for COVID-19, hosting multiple sites each week around County that remain free for all. Test sites have been added on Tuesdays to increase availability and more walk-up and evening sites are available to help those without personal vehicle transportation or those working mornings or weekends. Any New Castle County resident can get tested regardless of symptoms and tests are quick, easy and painless. Walk-up sites are also now available each week. To register for testing at one of the county's sites, CLICK HERE.
Time running out to apply for County CARES Act grants
New Castle County has launched a number of grants to aid non-profits and small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, and working to offer solutions. Time is running out to apply, with some deadlines as early as tomorrow and others next week. To learn more about how you can apply for grants, what grants are available, and what requirements are necessary to qualify, you can watch an informative webinar HERE. To see what grants are available and for more information, CLICK HERE.
Officials join Rotary Club of Wilmington for flag planting
County Executive Matt Meyer joined other officials at the Wilmington Rotary Club's Flags for Heroes flag planting along the Wilmington Riverfront on Thursday to honor those in the military and first responders at home as well as those on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic from sanitation to grocery workers ensuring members of the public are safe. Over 500 flags line the Riverfront over a mile-long stretch. To see video from the flag planting event, CLICK HERE.
Find The Most Current And Upcoming
Meetings & Events

Friday, September 11th
COVID-19 Testing at Ezion-Mount Carmel UMC (Walk-up Only)
COVID-19 Testing at Seeds of Greatness

Saturday, September 12th
COVID-19 Testing at John Dickinson High School

Testing start times vary by site, visit delaware.curativeinc.com for each site time.
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New Castle County In The News
Avenue of 500 flags along Wilmington's Riverwalk salute military, essential workers (Town Square Live)

Delaware Census Commission in final push to ensure everyone is counted (Delaware Public Media)

Where you can get a COVID-19 test this week in New Castle County (WDEL)

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