Phone Numbers for Local Services


MBA Community Patrol (MBACP): 302-339-2319
Updated   Community Association Services, Inc. (CAS): 410-524-1500 Ext. 204 | 8600 Coastal Highway, Suite 200, Ocean City, MD 21842

Local Police Agencies

Bethany Beach Police – Non-Emergency: 302-539-1000
DE State Police Dispatch: 302-855-2980
DE State Police – Troop 7 Lewes: 302-644-5020

Medical Emergencies:

Beebe Walk In Clinic, Millville: 302-541-4175
Beebe Medical Center, Lewes: 302-645-3300
Atlantic General Hospital (Ocean City): 410-641-1100
Poison Control (Poison Information): 302-655-3389
VCA Delmarva Animal Hospital-Berlin (9—5): 410-629-1800
Pets ER — Salisbury (Emergency ER–off hours): 410-543-8400


Coast Guard (Indian River, DE Station): 302-227-2121
Marine Police Boating and Game Warden: 302-739-4580
Sussex County Emergency Operations Center: 302-855-7801
Bethany Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce: 302-539-2100
Animal & Wildlife Trapping (Dale Sipple-Lewes): 302-236-1273
Vehicle Lockouts (Atlantic Lockouts): 302-381-4998
Updated   Coastal Towing (for towed cars): 302-645-6300

Utility Companies

Delmarva Power Customer Service: 800-375-7117
Report an Electric Outage, Downed Wires, Emergencies: 800-898-8045
Artesian Water Customer Service: 302-453-6930
Emergencies (24/7): 800-332-5114 OR  302-453-6922
Mediacom Customer Support: 855-633-4226


A portion of your MBA assessment goes directly to the Bethany Beach Emergency Medical Service (EMS). Anyone staying in Middlesex Beach is eligible for this reduced-rate ambulance service including property owners, their families, guests and renters. Owners and employees of the commercial businesses are covered, but NOT patrons of the businesses. NOTE: This EMS ambulance service is SEPARATE from the regular fire company operations. Please continue to be generous when you receive a mailing from the BBVFC as part of their Annual Fund Raising effort.

Sussex County 911 requires street address numbers to be visible at each property; for residential properties these must be either 3” reflective number on the mailbox, or 4” reflective numbers on the house. For commercial properties these numbers must be 10” high.

NOTE: The Bethany Beach Volunteer Fire Department recommends also putting your house numbers on your trash can enclosure.