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

Neighborhood Directory 2016

directoryGACA distributed a new edition of the Neighborhood Directory for 2016 at the beginning of February. We are trying to keep information current. If your information is incorrect please contact Mary Rodgers. The Directory is just another benefit of your civic association dues.

Please remember that the directory is for Green Acres residents use and NOT to be used for any form of solicitation within the community.


Delmarva continues too make repairs in the community following electrical upgrades. This image is of concrete repair to the sidewalk on Grinnell at the power line. The sidewalk has also been repaired on Tulane at the power line. Repairs to damaged turf are ongoing.sidewalk

Our president, Harriet, is monitoring this and will call Delmarva as needed. In addition, she is calling Suez regarding repairs on Emory and DelDot regarding the lowering of the traffic signal time at the Grinnell Road entrance to the community.

As always, dealing with these entities takes time and repeated calls. Please advise the board members of any issues that continue after May 1.


Drowning in Paper?

shreddingOnce again your civic association is holding a community paper shredding event. This is a good opportunity to safely dispose of sensitive documents such as old bank statements, tax records, medical records, and payroll information.

Saturday May 21st from 9am until Noon.
Location: 1308 Quincy Drive

The shredding truck can handle all loose papers as well as staples and paperclips.

This event is FREE to all residents who have paid their 2015-2016 association dues. This is a Rain or Shine event.

Egg Hunt Needs Chief Chick (or Chuck)

Rama Dial organized another wonderful Easter Egg Hunt this year, one of many successful EEH's she has staged in Green Acres for many years. Now that her children are grown, she is retiring.

eggsWe are looking for someone else to volunteer for next year. It's an easy once a year job, perfect for someone with young children. The association pays for all supplies. Let's keep this special treat for our children going. Call Harriet at 302-478-6314 to volunteer your time. Thanks!


Join the GACA Email List

emailAnne 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.


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