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Bridge Closure May 3 – 17, 2021

Below is the information that was emailed to us from the Town of Slaughter Beach regarding the bridge closure May 3 - 17, 2021:

Maintenance Work Will Require the Closure of the Bridge over Cedar Creek-Sussex County

 Traffic Information:  DelDOT announces to motorists that their contractor will be performing repairs on the bridge over Cedar Creek on Route 36/Cedar Beach Road between Lighthouse Road and Wells Road.

The closure will occur at 7 a.m. on Monday, May 3 until 11 p.m. on Monday, May 17, pending weather.

Detour Routes:

Motorists traveling east on Route 36/Cedar Beach Road will be detoured south on Route 1 to Slaughter Beach Road northeast to Bay Avenue.

Motorists traveling west on Route 36/Cedar Beach Road will be detoured south on Bay Avenue to Slaughter Beach Road onto Route 1 and take Cedar Creek Road eastbound.

Detour signage will be posted for motorists. At all times, residents will have access to their homes but may need to take the posted detour route.

FT Experienced Marine Technician – Milford, DE

Cedar Creek Marina is looking for a FT Experienced Marine Technician for our boat dealership and marina in Slaughter Beach, DE.  Duties to include but not limited to: servicing new and used boats, motors and trailers, and giving customers demos.  Work in a shop with heat and AC.  Minimum 3 years experience required. Must have reliable transportation.

Please apply in person:

Cedar Creek Marina
100 Marina Lane
Milford, DE 19963

Entry Level Yard Help – Milford, DE

Cedar Creek Marina is looking for motivated individual to help around the yard. Includes a variety of tasks, but not limited to: cleaning equipment, washing and powerwashing boats, bottom painting boats, taking out trash, keeping yard and dock clean, cutting grass, filling boats with gas, assisting customers on the dock, handling bait, and assisting other personnel as needed. This would be a great job for a student or retiree.
Please apply in person:
Cedar Creek Marina
100 Marina Lane
Slaughter Beach, DE

Updates around the Marina

We are excited to start off the 2020 boating season. With forklift service resuming on April 1st,  we have been doing some spring cleaning and updating around the Marina and would like to share our progress with you: 

All the work racks have new boards and steps:


The beams were replaced on the docklift:


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Storage customers, keep an eye out and a newsletter will be mailed to you with this months billing, or you may find a copy on our webpage here:  Helpful Links

Safe Boating Classes – Spring 2020

You may click on the image above for a printable copy of the flyer. 

The United States Coast Guard Auxiliary will be holding Safe Boating classes at the Elks Lodge in Milford, DE this spring.  You will have three dates to choose from.  The cost of the class is $10 per person. 

This course will cover: getting to know your boat, getting underway, operating your boat safely, legal requirements of boating, what to do in boating emergencies and enjoying water sports with your boat.  Upon successful completion of this course you will receive a State of Delaware Boating Safety Certificate by mail.  This certificate is required for boaters born after January 1, 1978. 

Call Mike Geletej with any questions or to make your reservations now:  302-212-9880


Water Off for the Season

Due to the incoming weather, we will be shutting the water off at Cedar Creek Marina for the season as of today 11/12/19.  You are still able to bring your own hose and use our frost free spigot.  When calling to request a work rack, you will need to let us know if you need to be placed near the frost free spigot.  

If you have any questions, please call us 302-422-2040

Thank you for another great season.

Road Closure: Slaughter Beach Road 4/15/2019 -5/3/2019

Portion of Slaughter Beach Road to be Closed for Bridge Deck Repairs 

WHEN:  7:00 a.m. on April 15, 2019 until 6:00 p.m. on May 3, 2019, pending weather. 

WHERE:  Slaughter Beach Road (Bridge) between Wells Road and Bay Avenue, Slaughter Beach.

WHAT:  DelDOT’s contractor Mumford & Miller Concrete will be repairing damage under the structure by placing new sheeting at each end of the bridge deck.

Detour Routes:

Eastbound: Slaughter Beach Road, turn left onto Route 1 northbound, turn right on Route 36/Cedar Beach Road and continue to Bay Avenue.

Westbound: Slaughter Beach Road, turn right on to Bay Avenue, continue onto Route 36/Cedar Beach Road. Left turn at Route 1 southbound, next left turn at Slaughter Beach Road.

Detour signage will be posted for motorists.


Marina Storage Customers: Water Shut Off

11/20/18 Today the water is being shut off for the season. 

Thank you for another great year. We look forward to seeing you in the Spring.