Ideally located close to major transportation arteries, Smyrna is a crossroads along Delaware's major north-south interchanges of U.S. Route 1 and U.S. Route 13. Only one-half hour from Wilmington and within an easy drive to Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington D.C., and Delaware beaches, our town is without boundaries to cultural, commercial, and recreational opportunities. Through reasonable rental costs, a favorable tax environment, and efficient town services, the Town of Smyrna is committed to a secure environment for business investment.
Smyrna, Then & Now
Founded in 1768 as a crossroads for commerce, the Town of Smyrna with its access to the Delaware Bay made it an attractive area to establish and grow a business for farmers, merchants, and shippers alike. Throughout the years, Smyrna continued to prosper with its new wharves and warehouses, becoming a transportation center noted for its grain, lumber, and peaches.
Today, set against a historic backdrop that reflects 200 years of architecture and enterprise, Smyrna is a growing, progressive community of a little over 10,000 residents, with excellent schools, forward-thinking town management, and tremendous opportunity for the future.