Delaware Animal Services website – https://animalservices.delaware.gov/ Delaware Animal Services is a section of the Office of Animal Welfare that promotes and works to ensure the health and safety of animals, people and the community. Our lost and found service gives the public a centralized resource for reuniting people with their lost pets. Some more helpful information: ASCPA ASPCA Phone APP – http://www.aspca.org/pet-care/general-pet-care/aspca-mobile-app ASPCA Poison Control Information for Pets – http://www.aspca.org/pet-care/animal-poison-control Red Cross First Aid for Pets App – http://www.redcross.org/mobile -apps/pet Center for Lost Pets Website – http://www.thecenterforlostpets.com/advice.aspx Delaware Office of Animal Welfare – http://dhss.delaware.gov/dph/oaw/oawhome.html
Town of Bowers Website Upgrade – It’s here!
Date Posted: Monday, March 14th, 2016
We were glad to have the Town Council and the Town of Bowers residents (who attended the 3/10/16 Town Council meeting) VOTE on the best of three concepts that GIC (Government Information Center) created for a new website look and feel. As you can tell, we are now live with the new site and hope you like it. We will be adding much more content soon, so check back often for news, events, and history. Do you have a suggestion you would like to submit or see a problem with the website? You can email the webmaster by clicking on the link or send an email to: email@example.com
Bowers Comcast Franchise Agreement
Date Posted: Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015
Rt. 1, Little Heaven Grade Separated Intersection Project
Date Posted: Monday, November 9th, 2015
Gov. Jack Markell, DelDOT Secretary Jennifer Cohan and others broke ground for the Route 1, Little Heaven Grade Separated Intersection. Improvements to the highway include a bridge carrying Route 1 over Bowers Beach Road, as well as service roads running adjacent to both sides of Route 1 for access to the existing and proposed developments along the corridor. Read the DelDOT Press Release: http://www.deldot.gov/home/newsroom/release.shtml?id=5793 Click here for more information: http://www.deldot.gov/information/projects/sr1/little_heaven/
Leash Your Dogs – It’s the Law
Date Posted: Friday, October 9th, 2015
There has been an escalation of instances in Bowers Beach of aggressive dogs. Please abide by the law and everyone, including the dogs will be safe. Also, residents/visitors are not picking up their dogs waste. Do not allow your dog to “go” on others property. Please be responsible and pick up after your pet. Lets help keep our town safe and clean! Ten Reasons to Leash Your Dog(s) Barbara Ohm, Park City As a dog owner, I’d like to share the following reasons to leash your dog (as published by the Dog Scouts of America): IT’S THE LAW: In many areas, dogs MUST be on a leash. Many of the reasons for this are found below. It can be very costly if your dog is seen by an officer or ranger or if your dog is involved in an incident while off leash. Aggressive Dogs: Just because your dog is friendly […]
Bowers Beach Jetty Project Completed
Date Posted: Wednesday, September 30th, 2015
Our brand new jetty The Murderkill River North Jetty Rehabilitation Project began the week of September 14 at Bowers Beach and has been completed. The project involved the rehabilitation of the existing concrete filled bag jetty located at the mouth of the Murderkill River Entrance Navigation Channel. Quarry-stone was laid over top of the bags to widen, raise the height and extend the length of the structure bay ward. The work is designed to alleviate the on-going situation of the navigation channel, thereby reducing the frequency of future dredging needs. It is also needed in preparation for the next beach re-nourishment project at Bowers. Andrews, Miller & Associates of Easton, Maryland handled the planning, design, engineering and permitting phase of the project and oversaw the contract and construction management phase as well. Kingfisher Environmental Services of Elkton, Maryland is the contractor. The contact states (IJ-18) that the construction of the […]
The Museum Needs You!
Date Posted: Tuesday, December 30th, 2014
Please support the Bowers Beach Maritime Museum Bowers Beach Maritime Museum Enjoy the camaraderie and that good feeling you get from accomplishing something with your hands and heart. Together we can create a magnificent museum that will showcase the rich, maritime heritage of Bowers Beach. Please show your support and volunteer by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Delaware’s Bayshore Byway
Date Posted: Friday, April 11th, 2014
Ever wonder about Route 9? Check out the Delaware’s Bayshore Byway Corridor Management Plan to learn about this initiative which includes “Discovery Zones” from New Castle to St. Jones Neck. Efforts are underway to extend the Byway to Lewes which would also include Bowers, Milford, and Milton. In a recent Delaware’s Bayshore Byway Marketing Committee meeting, DelDOT indicated that the nomination of Delaware’s Bayshore Byway to the Federal Highway Administration met the requirements for becoming an All-American Road, the highest category of Byway. Save
History of Bowers Beach
Date Posted: Thursday, January 23rd, 2014
As the St. Jones River winds its way to the Delaware Bay, at its mouth one finds one of the quaintest communities in the state – Bowers Beach. Once one of the premier fishing towns on the Delaware Bay with an average of three hundred boats at the docks or moorings, this town has endeared itself to many residents of the state. People come to fish, to paint, to drink and eat, and to stroll the beaches looking for treasures.