About Dover, DE From the Web…
“The City of Dover is located in Central Delaware in Kent County and is the capital of Delaware. Dover is approximately 90 miles south of Philadelphia, PA, and 90 miles east of Washington, DC. While its population is significantly less than that of Wilmington, Delaware, Dover encompasses a larger area than any other city on the Delmarva Peninsula. In contrast to most major cities in the Northeast United States, Dover is continuing to grow economically, in population, and in land area. The City has an estimated population of 34,120 and a total land area of approximately 26,000 acres.”
“The City of Dover was founded in 1683 by William Penn. In 1717, it was officially laid out over an area of 125 acres by a commission of the Delaware General Assembly. It grew nearly 1,000 acres in size by 1960.”
We serve the following cities:
Dover, Smyrna, Milford, Middletown, Georgetown, New Castle, Seaford, Wilmington Manor, Brookside, and Newark, and Bridgeton, Millville, Pennsville, and Vineland in New Jersey, and Elkton and Easton in Maryland.
We serve the following counties:
Kent, New Castle, and Sussex, and Cumberland and Salem in New Jersey, and Cecil and Talbot in Maryland.