Posted on: August 5th, 2014 by

Trinity Vicinity is beautiful. Keeping it that way requires beautification!
Well, at least we think that’s a word. Nevertheless, a neighborhood is only as pretty as the residents make it. So we like to tend our gardens, sweep our sidewalks, and keep it looking great. You’ll find a lot of talent and creativity behind the Landscaping Committee’s works. Contact them at

2010 City of Wilmington Garden Contest Winners!
The 1000 block of North Monroe took first place in the “Garden Block” category of the Delaware Center for Horticulture’s city wide 2010 garden competition! Fay Voshel was the block captain for the endeavor. Thanks to all who helped make our block beautiful this year. It was a hot, dry summer, and it was not easy to keep things looking fresh, but the street never looked better. Fay Voshell also won first place in the “Flower Garden” category.

Again, thanks to all the neighbors who pitched in to help!

Click Here for an article on the 2009 City of Wilmington Garden Contest Winners!

Please click here to see the schedule of spring street cleaning.
For more information about the new leaf and yard waste recycling program, please call Lawrence Collins, Assistant Supervisor, Department of Public Works at 302-420-8266.

Trinity Vicinity Historic District Plaques
To order a Trinity Vicinity Historic District plaque for the outside of your house with the name of the house (Named for the original owners’ family name) and the year it was built, please contact:

Grandview Aluminum Products, Inc.
Bronze Plaque: $262.00/ea
Holly Bronze Plaque: $175.10/ea

Reporting of nuisance and vacant properties
Please contact Wilmington’s Department of Licenses & Inspections (L&I)

Department of Licenses and Inspections
Louis L. Redding City/County Building
800 N. French Street, 3rd Floor
Wilmington DE 19801
Phone: (302) 576-3030
Fax: (302) 571-4423
Code Enforcement: (302) 576-3030
Zoning Enforcement: (302) 576-3040
Public Nuisance Property information

Tree Maintenance
If you need assistance with trimming trees, please contact the Delaware Center for Horticulture.
Tree Work Request Form

Comments/Questions? Email the Landscaping Committee at: