The Rehoboth Beach Homeowners' Association is a Delaware non-profit organization operated to promote the common good and general welfare of the homeowners and residents of the City of Rehoboth Beach for their mutual enjoyment and benefit, to preserve the quality of life, to foster the spirit of community and to provide a forum for the full and free discussion of all matters of interest.The RBHA celebrates its 50th year of service in 2021! Throughout the year, we will be highlighting the history and the members that made a difference over the last half century. Check back often.
The RBHA board has identified safety as an important issue for residents and visitors. Most residents have plenty of stories of regulations ignored and dangerous behavior throughout Rehoboth Beach. For this reason, the RBHA decided to focus on non-vehicular and non-criminal public safety. Boiling this down, it means we are working on promoting safety for pedestrians, cyclists, skateboarders, joggers, etc. You can keep up with our efforts on a new safety webpage here...
Residential Waste Information
The City's trash and recycling pick up schedules can be found at 2021 Residential Refuse & Yard Waste Pickup Calendar and the 2021 Residential Recycling Pickup Calendar (Hint: they are easier to read if printed "landscape"). View them by smartphone under the Calendar tab >> Trash & Recycling
2021 Bulk Pick Up Dates
City-wide pick up - April 26 to April 30
Curbside loose leaf pick up ends May 11
The recycling center opens June 1
37540 Oyster House Road
Following are some of the issues the RBHA Board is following. Click here If you would like to comment on any issue.
International Dark-Sky Association
The City has acknowledged it would follow the IDA's lighting recommendations as far as practicable. The RBHA Board discussed voted on the matter. The letter supporting new standards for improved lighting sent to the Mayor and commissioners is here...
Grove Park Canal Access Dock
The dock has been completed, and the City is preparing guidelines for use of the facility.
RBHA Board position: Neutral - watching
Clear Space Theater - 413, 415 and 417 Rehoboth Ave. - updated 1/2/21
The Planning Commission has approved the Clear Space development for a second time, and for a second time the approval has been appealed by more than 60 appellants. The Mayor and Commissioners are scheduled to hear the appeal June 14.
RBHA Board position: Neutral - watching
Beach Walk Development
Plans to develop a 7.75 acre parcel off of Route 1 in Rehoboth into 63 housing units has been repeatedly rejected primarily for not meeting the City’s building code. After years of wrangling, the issue is headed to court with the developer suing the City.
RBHA Board position: Supporting the City’s position
Comprehensive Development Plan
The Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) is the principal document outlining the City of Rehoboth Beach's goals and policies regarding the use of land. The Plan is the basis for decision-making at all levels of government and will guide the public and private sectors toward beneficial activities affecting its people and land.
RBHA Board position: Providing input to the CDP as appropriate
The City and Main Street are supporting outdoor dining for City Restaurants. The City is absorbing lost parking revenue due to barricades in parking space, and Main Street is helping with the cost of the barricades.
RBHA Board position: Support
Proposed Silver Lake Dock
The owner of 6 Silver Lane has submitted an application for a shoreline stabilization project that includes a 4-foot-wide-by-35-foot-long pier, a 5-foot-wide-by-20-foot-long L-shaped-dock and a 5-foot-wide-by-14-foot-long floating kayak dock. Numerous residents, groups and the City oppose the application.
RBHA Board position: The RBHA Board has joined others in opposing the application
Mayor & Commissioners Regular Meetings
Mayor & Commissioners Special Meetings
Mayor & Commissioners Workshops
Board of Adjustment
Share your photos...
We want to share your favorite photos of Rehoboth Beach with everyone. Beaches, wildlife, cityscapes, the boardwalk, waves, sunrise...images that show people the sights of Rehoboth Beach. We can't show photos of identifiable people (we don't have their permission) so don't send us pics of Aunt Martha with face full of fries. If we use your photo, we will give you credit unless you prefer to remain anonymous. Photos more than 2Mb are best, but we can use smaller ones too!