Community Open House for the Brandywine Creek Greenway in Delaware
The Brandywine Conservancy, Delaware Greenways, New Castle County, the City of Wilmington, WILMAPCO, DelDOT, DNREC, The Conservation Fund, Delaware Nature Society, The Nature Conservancy, and others are working on a plan to preserve and enhance the natural, cultural, historic, and recreational resources surrounding the Brandywine Creek in Delaware. And we want to hear from you! Your feedback will provide our planners with a better understanding of the places and connections that are important to people in New Castle County and the City of Wilmington.
Come to a free Open House
Choose from one of five dates for this open house with different locations. Come anytime during the times listed above and at your convenience. There is no formal presentation - rather the open house will include activity stations and opportunities to talk with planners one-on-one. Families welcome. Light refreshments provided.
This open house is also offered on March 18, March 26, March 28 & April 2.
Can’t make it to an open house? Share your thoughts online with Wikimap!
What are your favorite places and connections in New Castle County and the City of Wilmington? We want to know!
Are they Natural? Historic? Cultural? Recreational? Trails? Let us know by clicking here to access the WikiMap and start identifying your favorite places and connections in Delaware on this quick, fun, and interactive map-based survey. The WikiMap will be available through April 30, 2019.
What is the Brandywine Creek Greenway?
The Brandywine Creek Greenway is a connected network of natural, cultural, and recreational public lands and privately protected open space along both sides of the Brandywine Creek. It begins 40 miles upstream in Honey Brook Township, Pennsylvania and ends at the City of Wilmington Riverfront in Delaware.
What is the Brandywine Creek Greenway in Delaware?
It is a vision of a conservation and recreation corridor that surrounds the Brandywine Creek in New Castle County and the City of Wilmington. The Greenway means different things to different communities depending upon their location along the Brandywine. For example, rural communities may focus on preserving and enhancing large places and wide connections, such as farms, forests, and stream banks, and while suburban and urban communities may focus on preserving and enhancing a few smaller places and narrower connections that remain, such as historic structures, trails, and neighborhood green spaces.