About the DCA

The Darley Civic Association is comprised of the neighborhoods of Indian Field and Highland Woods. Indian Field and Highland Woods are located in North Wilmington, also known as Brandywine Hundred. These two neighborhoods are situated between I-95 and Marsh Road just off of Darley Road.

The Civic Association is made up of residents from both neighborhoods volunteering their time for various board positions. The board meets periodically throughout the year to discuss any neighborhood problems, improvements, snow removal, and financial stature.

The Civic Association is ALWAYS looking for new members and more participation from the neighborhood. Feel free to contact someone on the board or attend a meeting. View the list of our board members and contact information.

Association Dues

Why do we collect dues? The Darley Civic Association is responsible for managing snow plowing contracts and placing sand barrels around the streets in the winter.  We organize volunteer groups to clean Chestnut Rd. and Naaman's Creek.  We greet new neighbors that move into our wonderful area with a small welcome gift.  We present opportunities to talk with our state representatives at our annual meetings, and we attempt to keep our residents udpated with important news about our community and it's surroundings.
 
Dues are $30.00 per household (except for Darley Road and Chestnut residents which are $15.00).

Annual dues help us pay for services year round including snow removal, leaf removal, and other items that are be voted upon by attendees at association meetings.

Dues can be paid to our Treasurer Mark LaVere at 101 Farm Ave. and are due on July 1st of each year. Please make check payable to "Darley Civic Association".
 

Neighborhood Boundaries
North: Darley Road
South: Naamans Creek
East: B & O Railroad
West: Marsh Road

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