Lewes-Rehoboth Canal Facelift Approved
At a recent city meeting, Rehoboth Beach Commissioners approved a construction bid to start work on the Grove Park Canal Access Dock. Work is set to begin this spring and is expected to be completed within a year.
The canal is located behind the Rehoboth Beach Museum will offer docking for up to two, 30-foot pontoon boats, as well as kayak or canoe launch. ▼
Parking Fee Waived at DART’s Rehoboth Park and Ride.
Ample parking and convenient drop-off to downtown Rehoboth Beach has always been the draw to DART’s Rehoboth Park and Ride. Visitors could ease their journey into America’s Summer Capitol without having to bother with a parking meter or finding a parking spot.
To encourage more visitors to use this service to access downtown this summer, DART is waiving the previous $10.00 charge for parking at the location. Beginning this summer, riders only have to pay the bus fare.
There are a variety of fare options including $2.00 for a single one-way; $4.00 for a single round-trip; $4.20 for a one-day pass; $18.00 for a seven-day pass; $65.00 for a 30-day pass. This option allows for unlimited use during the life of the pass.
For more information on DART bus routes and how to purchase passes, visit dartfirststate.com. ▼
Giant Offers Curbside Pickup
Giant Food announced Giant Pickup earlier this year, allowing customers to place their grocery orders online and pick them up in as little as four hours at their local Giant without ever leaving their cars. Pickup is available from Giant stores in Rehoboth Beach and Long Neck. New convenient features include an expanded assortment with hundreds of new items, such as plant-based foods as well as unique global offerings. To place an order with Giant Pickup, customers may use any device to visit giantfood.com, or use the app, enter their ZIP code, and begin filling their cart. ▼