About Our Association

Green Acres Civic Association represents every person in Green Acres in matters regarding the safety, maintenance, well-being, activities and enjoyment of our neighborhood.

The Civic Association is composed of neighborhood residents - volunteers who donate their time, expertise, and love of the neighborhood.

What's New

New Neighborhood Directory in the Works

Your GACA is working on a new edition of the Neighborhood Directory that we expect to publish and distribute in early February. We are trying to update information. If you get a call from your District Rep or Mary Rodgers, please return the call with your updated information as requested. This Directory is just another benefit of your civic dues.

Get Ready for Snow

snowflakeThe winter continues to be mild, so could snow be on the way? Our snow guru, Lou Fortunato, makes sure that the contractor will take care of Green Acres. He asks residents to observe the following:

Prior to and during snow events, please do not park any vehicle or trailer in the street.  Items in the street make it difficult for our plowing contractor to clear the streets curb-to-curb.

Additionally, when or if the vehicles are removed after the snow event, the residual snow remains in the street for drivers to navigate around and it narrows the drivable roadway. One last point about residual snow in the roadway, it also contributes to ice patches when it melts.  Please be considerate to the other drivers in the neighborhood.

Click here to read the entire article that includes all of our snow removal information.

Green Acres Gets Facebook Page

Shari Walter has started a "closed group" Facebook page for residents of Green Acres that can provide up to the minute news for the community. This discussion group is also a place to swap information and get to know each other.

Because this is a closed group, you must be logged in to Facebook in order to see the group page. Once you log in to Facebook you will be automatically directed to the group page.

Click here fblogoto link to the new Green Acres Neighbor Connection Group (DE).

Delmarva and United Water Continue to Update Community Infastructure

Lots of updates have been ongoing in our community this past year, which has caused stress for many residents. Here is an excerpt from our President Harriet Ainbinder's letter to the community that will appear in the upcoming Winter Newsletter.

"both Delmarva Power and United Water have been working in Green Acres to upgrade our sewers and the wires and substations that bring us electricity.  Both have promised me that everything will be put back in place as it was before they started digging, WHEN THEY ARE THROUGH.  This may mean waiting until Spring, depending on the weather.  Patience is a virtue."

Join the GACA Email List

Anne Murray is our volunteer "community email" coordinator. She sends out email requests to the 300+ individuals on her list once a week or as needed. Your email address is not shared with anyone else! Please join us.

You may email Anne at: asmpelican@gmail.com with any urgent community news or requests.

Remember to update your address books to keep any important updates from the Civic Association out of your spam folder.