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Our beaches and dunes need protection to prevent erosion especially after severe coastal storms. Learn how DNREC works to provide beach nourishment to Delaware’s shoreline.
Middlesex Beach Association proposes to conduct periodic beach replenishment over 10 years by dredging sand from offshore and depositing it along a stretch of shoreline between Bethany Beach and the Town of South Bethany.
Todd Nevin has applied for a permit for construction seaward of the DNREC Building Line to build a single family dwelling with a 12-foot cantilevered deck on Lot 15, Block 1, South Bethany.
The 2019 Delaware Coastal Cleanup, held Sept.14, drew 1,931 volunteers, who collected 3.6 tons of trash and recyclables from 46 sites along more than 125 miles of Delaware’s waterways and
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Duenkel have applied for a permit for construction seaward of the DNREC Building Line to renovate the existing dwelling, including the construction of a new second story and roof on Lot 3, Block A, in Bethany Beach.
Gull’s Nest Homeowners Association has filed an application for a permit for construction seaward of the DNREC Building Line to mechanically scrape sand from the beach to rebuild the dune in Gull’s Nest.
Ms. Katherine L. Bishop has applied for a permit to remove sand from the landward side of the dune and relocate it on the Sea Strand property at Unit 20, Block 50, Dewey Beach.
Trash on our beaches and in our waterways isn’t just unsightly – it’s also potentially dangerous to marine life and in some cases harmful to water quality. The annual Delaware Coastal Cleanup offers volunteers an opportunity to help make a difference for Delaware’s shoreline and waterways while joining an international effort to clean up the
Nearly 40% of of the US population lives in a coastal county. In Delaware, everyone lives in a coastal county and many of us find ourselves on or near the shore on a daily basis.