Part of DNREC's open regulatory development process is to ensure that proposed actions are announced and all interested parties are notified so that people have the opportunity to become involved in the process and have their voices heard.
Opportunity Zones are a new community development program established by Congress as a part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, they are designed to encourage long-term private investments in low-income communities. This program provides a federal tax incentive for taxpayers who reinvest unrealized capital gains into "Opportunity Funds," which are specialized vehicles dedicated to investing in low-income areas called "Opportunity Zones."The zones themselves are to be comprised of low-income community census tracts and designated by governors in every state. South Carolina designated 25 percent of qualifying census tracts as an Opportunity Zone. Qualifying Zones are based on the 2011-2015 American Community Survey.
This dataset contains family child care providers, large family child care providers and child care centers that are licensed by the State of Delaware. Concerns regarding a child care provider should be made at the following link: http://kids.delaware.gov/occl/complaint.shtml.
Feeder patterns are used by local school districts to distinguish the areas of the local community that feed into the school.This data is helpful when choosing before/after school care and other decision making purposes. This is a link to a service in FirstMap.
The Delaware Department of Correction (DOC) operates four prison facilities (Level V), eight quasi-incarceration community corrections facilities that serve as violation of probation centers or work release centers (Level IV), and five Probation & Parole locations (Levels III, II, and I). Offenders may also be supervised while on home confinement, or the offender may be supervised on an administrative basis only while restitution is paid. Some offenders are physically housed at the Delaware Psychiatric Center while in the custody of the DOC. This dataset provides a snapshot of the offender population in custody or under supervision at these various locations on the last day of each calendar month. A count of how many offenders by the year, month (snapshot of last day of month), county, type of institution, institution name, sentence type, gender, race, and ethnicity can be produced by selecting the desired variable in each category. Questions about offender data can be directed to the DOC’s Planning & Research Unit. Instructions for submitting a data request can be found here: http://www.doc.delaware.gov/datarequests.shtml. The DOC’s annual reports (http://www.doc.delaware.gov/annualReport.shtml) also contain a variety of information and data.
The Green Energy Program provides grant funding to Delmarva Power customers through the Green Grant Delaware program for purchase and installation of renewable energy sources such as photovoltaic (PV), geothermal, wind, and solar water heater systems.
State of Delaware list of currently certified firms that can provide asbestos services as professionals or abatement firms which provide encapsulation, repair, and removal services within the State boundaries. Current Asbestos Professional Services vendors that provides building inspection and surveys and sampling, management plan development, design, project management and oversight with final clearance air sampling for building owner.