About Seaford, Delaware
About Seaford Tomorrow
To make Downtown Seaford an experiential destination with a thriving, active downtown community consisting of a combination of art, dining, historical, and business attractions, leveraging natural and historical resources for the long-term economic well-being of the community.
Seaford Tomorrow envisions our Downtown to be a place that feels like home; offering dining choices, access to artisans, retail options, and a historical museum all within walking distances of one another. Seaford Tomorrow envisions community access to the Nanticoke River through a safer River Walk or through additional outdoor experiences promoting the natural resources of the area.
We are committed to maintaining each of the following in all we do:
Support and Develop Local Businesses
Encourage and Support of Restoration and Revitalization
Support a Safe and Friendly Downtown
Support an Aesthetically Pleasing and Welcoming Downtown District
Located in western Sussex County along Route 13, Seaford offers many hidden tourist attractions including:
Locally owned and unique retail shops
Historical sites including the Seaford Historical Museum, Ross Mansion and the Captain John Smith Historic Trail
Gallery 107 featuring work from local artisans
Access to outdoor activities through several parks and waterways.
Western Sussex also hosts a number of great events including Live for Chocolate, RiverFest, the Eastern Shore AFRAM Festival, the Laurel Bike & Brew, the Woodland Ferry Festival, and regular 1st Saturdays.
Seaford has been named among the top 10 places to live in Delaware.
For more information about the City of Seaford, click here.
Seaford Tomorrow, formerly the Seaford Enhancement Team, is an all-volunteer organization formed with the specific purpose of improving Seaford’s Downtown Business District in support of the local economy.
Today, across the nation, there is renewed interest in shopping locally and frequenting vibrant historical downtown districts. The members of Seaford Tomorrow share in this desire to reconnect our community with our history, our culture, our natural resources and our unique, locally-owned businesses.
Community support for a revitalized downtown is evident from beautification efforts from the local Spade & Trowel Garden Club to unique partnerships to bring events to the downtown area.
Seaford Tomorrow hopes to capitalize on this momentum. Through its partnership with the City of Seaford, the Greater Seaford Chamber of Commerce, the Seaford Downtown Business Association, and other strategic partners, this group has developed a new vision for the future of Downtown Seaford.
Seaford Tomorrow is working toward a transformation where Seaford’s Downtown becomes an experiential destination enjoyed by residents and visitors alike. Seaford Tomorrow envisions our Downtown to be a place that feels like home; offering dining choices, access to artisans, retail options, and a historical museum all within walking distances of one another. Seaford Tomorrow envisions community access to the Nanticoke River through a safer River Walk and through additional outdoor experiences promoting the natural resources of the area.