Bridgeville, Delaware Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

If you are wondering what the population & steets of Bridgeville City are, then you are not alone! Most people who live in this city are either working in the local government or commuting by car, trolley bus, or walking to work. However, did you know that there are two different cities with the same name? These are the Bridgeville City and the Bridgeville Township.

The population of Bridgeville is 613 as of the U.S. Census. The town had a school on Delaware Avenue and S. Laws Street, as well as a Protestant Episcopal church. Several churches were built, including St. Mary's Protestant Episcopal Church and the Sudler House, which are the oldest homes in town. In 1777, Francis Asbury, the first American Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, organized a religious society in Bridgeville. For several years, the members met in homes until 1778, when the first church buildings were built. The church is now known as the Union United Methodist Church, which is located on N. Laws and Market Streets.

The town is home to RAPA brand scrapple, Jeff's Taproom, and Jimmy's Grill, and countless wildfowl. Bridgeville is located in Sussex County in southwestern Delaware. The city is located off of U.S. 13 and Rt. 404, and is 26 miles north of Salisbury, Maryland. A recent study showed that the median household income in the town is $37,004, and the average household income is $46,581.