The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) is a large agency with multiple divisions overseeing permits and regulations, natural resources assessment and protection, and outdoor recreation opportunities. There’s a lot going on and many opportunities for public participation.
Part of the DNREC mission is to engage all stakeholders to ensure the wise management, conservation and enhancement of Delaware’s natural resources and to educate the public on historic, cultural and natural resource use, requirements and issues. DNREC provides regular outreach through a variety of channels. Here are the main ones you should know about.
Follow DNREC regulatory and permitting activity via regular public notices, published in newspapers and online.
Learn about public meetings, events, training and education, and more on the DNREC calendar of events.
Track DNREC public hearings which allow you to hear the details of specific regulatory and permitting matters and to submit comments.
The State Register of Regulations