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Revitalizing Our Downtowns

Governor Carney designated four new Downtown Development Districts (DDD) in Delaware City, Middletown, New Castle and Clayton. The program significantly builds on efforts to redevelop DE’s commercial business districts and drive private investment in towns and cities.

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Trauma-Informed State: Dec. 12 Community Events

Trauma-Informed State: Dec. 12 Community Events

A new Trauma-Informed Care Progress Report and Action Plan outlines the State’s work to implement Executive Order #24, which tasked the Family Services Cabinet Council to lead efforts to make DE a trauma-informed state. Join Gov. Carney at community discussions on DE’s efforts to become trauma-informed.


Get Covered: Open enrollment period runs through December 15

Get Covered: Open enrollment period runs through December 15

The Health Insurance Marketplace open enrollment period runs now through December 15. Thanks to Delaware’s reinsurance program, premiums for 2020 coverage are down 19%. Financial help is also available for the vast majority of individuals and families on Delaware’s Health Insurance Marketplace. To see if you’re eligible, visit HealthCare.gov.


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About the Governor


Picture of John Carney, Delaware's Governor

Governor John Carney has been working to make Delaware a better place for more than 30 years.

Born in Wilmington and raised in Claymont, Governor John Carney has been working for the Delaware people for more than 30 years. John took office as Delaware’s 74th Governor in January 2017, focused on making Delaware’s economy more competitive, preparing Delaware’s children to succeed, and building a long-term sustainable financial plan for the State of Delaware. Working with Delawareans across the state, and with members of the General Assembly, he has made progress on each of those priorities. John has directed new resources to high-needs schools, partnered with the private sector to drive new job creation, and taken steps to lower healthcare costs for Delaware families, businesses, and taxpayers.

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