Phone Numbers for Local Services

FOR EMERGENCIES DIAL 911

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 (Berlin, MD): 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


Miscellaneous

Coast Guard (Indian River, DE Station): 302-227-2121
Marine Police Boating and Game Warden: 302-739-4580
Coastal Rentals (Millville): 302-539-5211
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
Electric Emergencies & Outages: 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


BETHANY AREA AMBULANCE SERVICE:

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 numbers 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.


Note: The inclusion or exclusion of any service or entity does not in any way imply an endorsement of any kind by the Middlesex Beach Association, its Board of Directors, Officers, employees, property management/manager, and/or residents. Furthermore, the MBA assumes no control over, and no responsibility for, the availability, services, and/or practices of any third-party.