Delaware General Assembly

Session Info

The Senate Session, House Session, and Joint Finance and Bond Hearing recordings are viewable from the Live Stream Page.

  • The House will meet on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from March 28, 2023 until April 6, 2023.

  • The Senate will meet on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from March 28, 2023 until April 6, 2023.
Legislative Hall remains open, with all entrances accessible during the roof replacement and cupola rehabilitation project. More information on the project and its impacts is available here.

The Legislative Hall Café on the ground floor of Legislative Hall is open. Hours, menus, and more information are available here.

What's Happening

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Example: "HB 12", "SB 120", "education"

If you would like to view all bills from the current Legislative Session, you may view a full list here.

Live Proceedings

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Last Action on Legislation

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Budget and Bond Bills

Please visit the Current Appropriations Bills page to see the current fiscal year's Operating and Capital Budget Bills. 

To submit comments on the budget or bond bills, click here.

Visiting Legislative Hall

Legislative Hall is located at: 
411 Legislative Avenue 
Dover, DE 19901 

For questions or assistance please call 302-744-4114 or email

Want to know more about Legislative Hall? Learn about the rich history of the Delaware State House.

Grant-In-Aid Information

Grant-In-Aid is an appropriation made by the General Assembly to support the activities of non-profit organizations which provide services to the citizens of Delaware.

Get More Information on Grant-In-Aid

Looking for Help?

Every day, your legislative staff helps constituents solve issues they encounter ranging from potholes in their streets to animal-related concerns.

We're happy to help direct constituents to proper forms, facilitate communications with other state and city departments, and advocate on behalf of our constituents.

View Common Constituent Issues

Redistricting Information

Redistricting is the process of drawing new district boundaries for congressional, legislative and state school board districts based on each State's resident population. 

Additional resources and the public comment submission form can be found on the Redistricting Information page

COVID-19 Resources

The following resources provide information for legislators, legislative staff, and the public in response to the public health emergency caused by COVID-19. These resources include information about how the three branches of State government are responding to COVID-19.

Joint Memo Announcing the Plans to Return to In-Person Session - Released March 4, 2022

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Governor Carney’s Public Health State of Emergency Declarations

Governor Carney’s Proclamation Authorizing Public Bodies to Meet Electronically

State COVID-19 Response Website

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