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List of municipalities in Delaware

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Map of the United States with Delaware highlighted
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Delaware is a state located in the Mid-Atlantic. According to the 2016 United States Census estimate, Delaware is the 6th least populous state with 952,065 inhabitants but the 2nd smallest by land area spanning 1,948.54 square miles (5,046.7 km2) of land.[1] Delaware is divided into 3 counties and contains 57 incorporated places consisting of cities, towns, and villages.[1]

The largest municipality by population in Delaware is Wilmington with 70,635 residents, while the largest by area is Dover which spans 23.15 sq mi (60.0 km2). The smallest municipality by both measurements is Hartly with 71 residents in an area of 0.06 sq mi (0.16 km2).[1]

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Contents

List of municipalities

  State capital and county seat State capital

  County seatCounty seat

Rank Name Type Population Area County Hundred Settled Inc. Origin of Name
1 Wilmington † City 70,635[2] 16.94 sq mi New Castle Wilmington Hundred 1638 1739 Spencer Compton, Earl of Wilmington or corruption of Willington after Thomas Willing[3]
2 Dover ‡ City 38,079 23.48 sq mi Kent East Dover Hundred 1683 1829 Dover in Kent, England[3]
3 Newark City 33,673 9.19 sq mi New Castle White Clay Hundred 1694 1758 Newark-on-Trent[3]
4 Middletown Town 22,582 11.83 sq mi New Castle St. George's Hundred 1861 Halfway between Bunker Hill, Maryland and Odessa, Delaware[3]
5 Smyrna Town 11,580 6.01 sq mi Kent/New Castle Duck Creek Hundred Ancient Greek city of Smyrna[3]
6 Milford City 11,353 9.87 sq mi Kent/Sussex Milford Hundred/Cedar Creek Hundred Named for numerous mills around town[3]
7 Seaford City 7,861 5.30 sq mi Sussex Seaford Hundred 1865 Seaford, East Sussex
8 Georgetown † Town 7,427 5.14 sq mi Sussex Georgetown Hundred 1791 1869 Commissioner George Mitchell[3]
9 Elsmere Town 5,981 1.01 sq mi New Castle Christiana Hundred c1890 1909
10 New Castle City 5,529 3.52 sq mi New Castle New Castle Hundred 1651 1875
11 Millsboro Town 4,446 3.95 sq mi Sussex Dagsboro Hundred
12 Laurel Town 4,394 2.98 sq mi Sussex Little Creek Hundred laurel trees
13 Harrington City 3,643 2.75 sq mi Kent Mispillion Hundred Hon. Samuel M. Harrington[3]
14 Camden Town 3,501 3.70 sq mi Kent North Murderkill Hundred 1852[4]
15 Clayton Town 3,392 1.83 sq mi Kent/New Castle Duck Creek Hundred Thomas Clayton or Col. Joshua Clayton[3]
16 Lewes City 3,233 4.72 sq mi Sussex Lewes & Rehoboth Hundred 1631 1883 Lewes, East Sussex
17 Milton Town 2,964 1.90 sq mi Sussex Broadkill Hundred Poet John Milton[5]
18 Townsend Town 2,569 1.05 sq mi New Castle Appoquinimink Hundred Samuel Townsend[3]
19 Selbyville Town 2,496 3.61 sq mi Sussex Baltimore Hundred Sampson Selby
20 Bridgeville Town 2,366 4.63 sq mi Sussex Northwest Fork Hundred
21 Ocean View Town 2,140 2.65 sq mi Sussex Baltimore Hundred Views the Ocean
22 Delaware City City 1,824 1.31 sq mi New Castle Red Lion Hundred 1826 Delaware River
23 Delmar Town 1,796 1.79 sq mi Sussex Little Creek Hundred Delaware Maryland contraction[3]
24 Cheswold Town 1,623 1.29 sq mi Kent Kenton Hundred/Little Creek Hundred
25 Wyoming Town 1,536 1.07 sq mi Kent North Murderkill Hundred Wyoming Valley in Pennsylvania
26 Rehoboth Beach City 1,520 1.64 sq mi Sussex Lewes & Rehoboth Hundred Rehoboth (Bible)
27 Blades Town 1,442 0.56 sq mi Sussex Broad Creek Hundred 1850's 1915 Named for James Blades who owned a tract of land along the Nanticoke River which became Bladesville, and later, Blades[6]
28 Felton Town 1,405 0.82 sq mi Kent South Murderkill Hundred 1856 February 2, 1861 President of the Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore Railroad Samuel M. Felton [7]
29 Bethany Beach Town 1,222 1.17 sq mi Sussex Baltimore Hundred Bethany (Biblical village)
30 Bellefonte Town 1,167 0.18 sq mi New Castle Brandywine Hundred 1915
31 Greenwood Town 1,118 0.72 sq mi Sussex Northwest Fork Hundred March 9, 1901 [8]
32 Newport Town 1,029 0.45 sq mi New Castle Christiana Hundred April 17, 1873[9]
33 Frankford Town 971 0.73 sq mi Sussex Dagsboro Hundred
34 Dagsboro Town 900 1.36 sq mi Sussex Dagsboro Hundred John Dagworthy[3]
35 Frederica Town 827 1.92 sq mi Kent South Murderkill Hundred
36 Millville Town 640 2.50 sq mi Sussex Baltimore Hundred
37 South Bethany Town 519 0.54 sq mi Sussex Baltimore Hundred Bethany (Biblical village)
38 Arden Village 444 0.26 sq mi New Castle Brandywine Hundred 1965
39 (t) Ellendale Town 437 0.44 sq mi Sussex Cedar Creek Hundred 1867 1905 The town is rumored to be named after either the daughter of Whig Republican Alfred Short,[10] a state legislator, the wife of Dr. John S. Prettyman who laid out the town,[3] or the daughter of Mr. Thomas William Dale, the chief engineer of the railroad survey team.[11]
39 (t) Fenwick Island Town 437 0.48 sq mi Sussex Baltimore Hundred Thomas Fenwick
41 Houston Town 404 0.34 sq mi Kent Milford Hundred John W. Houston[3]
42 Dewey Beach Town 387 0.33 sq mi Sussex Lewes & Rehoboth Hundred 1981[12]
43 Bowers Town 370 0.30 sq mi Kent South Murderkill Hundred
44 Odessa Town 364 0.53 sq mi New Castle St. George's Hundred Odessa in Ukraine[3]
45 Magnolia Town 286 0.12 sq mi Kent South Murderkill Hundred 1885 Pierre Magnol[3]
46 Ardentown Village 269 0.24 sq mi New Castle Brandywine Hundred
47 Kenton Town 265 0.19 sq mi Kent Kenton Hundred
48 (t) Little Creek Town 232 0.14 sq mi Kent Little Creek Hundred
48 (t) Slaughter Beach Town 232 1.38 sq mi Sussex Cedar Creek Hundred Unknown, numerous theories [13]
50 Ardencroft Village 217 0.10 sq mi New Castle Brandywine Hundred
51 Leipsic Town 199 0.32 sq mi Kent Little Creek Hundred Leipzig in Saxony, Germany[3]
52 Bethel Town 196 0.40 sq mi Sussex Broad Creek Hundred Bethel[3]
53 Woodside Town 185 0.16 sq mi Kent North Murderkill Hundred
54 Viola Town 164 0.18 sq mi Kent North Murderkill Hundred
55 Henlopen Acres Town 141 0.26 sq mi Sussex Lewes & Rehoboth Hundred Thijmen Jacobsz Hinlopen
56 Farmington Town 116 0.08 sq mi Kent Mispillion Hundred
57 Hartly Town 75 0.06 sq mi Kent West Dover Hundred

List of former municipalities

Name Type County Hundred Settled Incorporated Status
North Laurel Town Sussex Little Creek Hundred March 13, 1915 Merged with Laurel by act of state legislature on April 13, 1929
Saint Georges Town New Castle St. George's Hundred 1825 Voluntarily had town charter revoked in 1940

References

  1. ^ a b c "Population Estimates, July 1, 2016, (V2016)". 2016 United States Census. United States Census Bureau. Retrieved September 2, 2017.
  2. ^ "Annual Estimates of the Resident Population: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2018". Retrieved July 4, 2019.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r Gannett, Henry (1905). The Origin of Certain Place Names in the United States. Govt. Print. Off.
  4. ^ "Town History | Town of Camden | Kent County Delaware". Archived from the original on 2011-05-05. Retrieved 2016-05-13.
  5. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-11-10. Retrieved 2013-09-05.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  6. ^ "History: A Town Called Blades, Delaware - Town of Blades - Sussex County Delaware". delaware.gov.
  7. ^ "Welcome to the Town of Felton". delaware.gov. Government Information Center. September 4, 2014. Retrieved August 7, 2019.
  8. ^ Delaware (1901). At a General Assembly Begun at Dover, in the Delaware State, ... the Following Acts Were Passed ... J. Adams. p. 393. Retrieved 2016-05-13.
  9. ^ "History | Town of Newport | New Castle County Delaware". Archived from the original on 2012-04-25. Retrieved 2016-05-13.
  10. ^ "Ellendale Delaware -- Sussex County Online, Delaware". sussexcountyonline.com. Retrieved 2016-05-13.
  11. ^ "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2014-11-11. Retrieved 2013-09-03.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  12. ^ "About Our Town". townofdeweybeach.com. Retrieved 2016-05-13.
  13. ^ "Home". Archived from the original on 2011-02-07. Retrieved 2016-05-13.


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