Explosive Growth.
Retailers Wanted. Families & Employers Welcome.


Population boom. Millsboro has the highest growth rate of any municipality in inland Sussex County. Between 2000 and 2010 - the date of the last census - the Town's population increased by an incredible 64%!

Employment and retail center. The Town recently lowered impact fees by about 25% in an effort to further enhance its reputation as a destination for employers and retailers. Delmarva Health Pavilion, BJ's, and Merck are just a few of the many names that call Millsboro home.

Family friendly. There is no sales tax. Property taxes and crime rates are low. The Indian River School District, which serves Millsboro, enjoys a solid reputation and, like the Town, is growing rapidly. Recreational opportunities include a boat ride on the Indian River (which provides direct access to the Atlantic Ocean) or a trip to Millsboro Lanes for bowling or arcade time, and cultural opportunities include a visit to the gallery at the Greater Millsboro Art League facility.

Great location. Millsboro is situated along US 113 (a 4-lane highway), SR 24, and SR 20 and roughly halfway between the coastal community of Lewes/Rehoboth Beach and Salisbury, Maryland.

To learn more, call (302) 934-8171 or send an e-mail to town@millsboro.org.