About Georgetown, DE From the Web…
“Georgetown is somewhat unique among Delaware municipalities in that the center of the town is built around a circle, instead of the more traditional parklike square. Straddling “The Circle”, as it is unsurprisingly called, is the Town Hall, State and County buildings, including the newly renovated Brick Hotel.”
“It’s not by accident that Georgetown is “Sixteen Miles from Anywhere” in Delaware’s Deep South. Besides serving as the title of a book on the history of Georgetown by William J. Wade, it was the Delaware General Assembly’s attempt in 1791 to make everybody happy and centralize things in extremely rural Sussex County.”
We serve the following cities:
Georgetown, Seaford, Milford, Middletown, Dover, and Smyrna, and Salisbury, Easton, and Cambridge in Maryland, and Bridgeton, Millville, Vineland, Ocean City, Somers Point, Ventnor City, and Pennsville in New Jersey.
We serve the following counties:
Sussex and kent, and Wicomico, Talbot, and Dorchester in Maryland, and Cumberland, Cape May, Atlantic, and Salem in New Jersey.