Delhi Charter Township, Ingham County, MI -  2074 Aurelius Road, Holt MI  48842 - (517) 694-2135

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Public Notices

Notice of Public Hearing for Special Use Request for Automobile Outdoor Display Lot at 6165 Bishop Rd.

Notice of Public Hearing on Variance Request at 2046 Depot St.

Notice of Adoption of Township Ordinance to Remove a Parcel of Land from Property Exempt from Ad Valorem Property Taxation

Notice of Intent to Remove a Parcel of Land from Property Exempt from Ad Valorem Property Taxation

Notice of Noxious Weed Control

Notice of Zoning Ordinance Adoption - Rezoning of property at northeast corner of Aurelius Rd. and Sycamore St.

 

 

News and Events


 

Food Frenzy All Summer Long

Dates: May 16, June 13, July 11, August 8, and September 12

Time: 5-8 p.m. (all dates)

Location: Holt Farmers Market

2150 Cedar St., Holt, MI 48842

Back by popular demand, the Holt Farmers Market will be hosting Food Frenzy dates every month from May until September. These events will gather regional food trucks and vendors at the Holt Farmers Market for a day of culinary delights. There's something for everyone as Food Frenzy vendors cover a wide variety of tastes and options.

And if you are heading to the Food Frenzy and aren't sure where to park, there are several options for you:

Holt Farmers Market

Sam Corey Senior Center

Delhi Township Community Services Center

Corner of North Street and Cedar Street

Any side street where parking is allowed

 


 

Publicly Owned Treatment Works Annual Water Awareness Open House

Event cancelled due to bad weather.

A smaller version of the Open House will take place at one of the August Moonlight Movies in Veterans Memorial Gardens. Check back for the exact date.

 


 

Annual Assessing Re-Inspection Program

The Delhi Township Assessing Department will be heading out into neighborhoods beginning in May until this fall. This is an annual re-inspection program, recommended by the Michigan State Tax Commission. Approximately 20% of each class of properties is inspected each year to ensure accurate and equitable assessments. Orange postcards will be mailed to affected neighborhoods shortly before staff visits.

So what does this mean for you?

Township Assessing Department staff will be going door to door in various residential neighborhoods. Employees will be wearing a visible Delhi Township issued ID badge for identification purposes. An interior inspection and/or verification of information will take place. This takes approximately 10 minutes.

What if you're not at home when we come by?

For property owners not at home, an orange door tag with a contact telephone number will be left. Those receiving a door tag are encouraged to call and schedule an inspection. If staff is unable to verify records in person, an estimated assessment will be determined.

Who's first?

The first neighborhoods Appraisers will be working in are:

- Huntley Square Subdivision

- Sterling Farms Subdivision

- Holley Acres Subdivision

 

Please check the Delhi Township Facebook page and Twitter feed for updates. Property owners with questions or concerns should contact the Delhi Township Assessing Department at (517) 694-1502.

 


 

2018 Free Brush Drop-Off Days 

The Holt Lions Club and the Delhi Township Department of Public Services are teaming up to bring you FREE Brush Drop-Off Days!

Drop-off days will be held every month from April through June and September through October.

2018 Brush Drop Off Flyer

Come drop off your brush at:

Delhi Publicly Owned Treatment Works (POTW)

5961 McCue Rd., Holt, MI  48842

(Enter POTW through Recycle Center on Grovenburg Rd.)

Day Date Time
Thursday April 19 3:30 - 5:30 p.m.
Saturday April 21 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Thursday May 17 3:30 - 5:30 p.m.
Saturday May 19 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Thursday June 14 3:30 - 5:30 p.m.
Saturday June 16 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Thursday September 20 3:30 - 5:30 p.m.
Saturday September 22 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Thursday October 18 3:30 - 5:30 p.m.
Saturday October 20 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Please Note:

- Only paper yard waste bags accepted (30-gallon max.). Plastic bags or emptying bags are NOT allowed.

- Brush and tree trimmings should be no longer than 4' and less than 4" in diameter. Tie with string or twine into 12" bundles. Bundling is the preferred method to expedite the unloading process.

- Each bag or bundle should not exceed 30 pounds. No dirt and sod.

- Load sizes are restricted to trailers no larger than 5' x 8' OR the back of a full size pick-up truck.

- NO tandem trailers or cube type vehicles permitted.

- Proof of residency is required.

 

If you have any questions, please contact the Delhi Charter Township Department of Public Services at dps@delhitownship.com or (517) 699-3874.

 


 

Ingham County Drain Commissioner's Office to Repair Ferley Drain

The Ingham County Drain Commissioner's Office (ICDC) will begin work on the Ferley Drain in April. This project will help alleviate the repeated flooding issues in the area.

The Ferely Consolidated Drain Maintenance and Improvement project results from a July 27, 2015 petition submitted by landowners within the Drainage District. Petitioners wanted the drainage improved to alleviate the repeated flooding of properties and homes.

The proposed project includes the installation of enclosed storm sewer and storm structures to improve drainage in flooded areas (primarily those adjacent to Dell Road, east and west of Pine Tree Rd.); the improvement of multiple drain inlets; and the brushing and clearing of obstructions of the main drain open channel just upstream of its outlet into Sycamore Creek.

Project construction is scheduled to begin after Monday, April 16, 2018. The project should reach substantial completion by September 1, 2018 and total completion by October 1, 2018.

Dell Road will be closed from April 15 - June 15 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Traffic to Dell Rd. driveways and neighborhood roads will be maintained within the construction zone. All other east and west bound traffic will be detoured via Willoughby Road. ICDC staff will coordinate with landowners next to the construction area.

To stay updated on the project and to get information on the road detour plan, please visit the Ferley Consolidated Drain website managed by the ICDC.

Update: Construction will begin, weather permitting, on Monday, May 7, 2018.

Ingham County Drain Commissioner Public Announcement (pdf)

 


 

New storm sewer trace map

In compliance with the Township’s SAW grant, the Public Services Department built this trace map to improve public education about the storm sewer system throughout Delhi Township. The map takes a user specified location and highlights the flow path of storm water downstream of that location. Other data in the map includes drainsheds to show users which drainage basin(s) their storm water travels through on its way to either the Sycamore Creek or the Grand River.

Check it out here.

>> New Storm Sewer Trace Map

 



Township Clerk's office is a full service U.S. Passport Facility

The Delhi Township Clerk's office now provides U.S. Passport Service. The office is a full time service provider. Office hours are from 8a.m.- 5p.m. Monday through Friday. Service at the Holt post office was discontinued and the Delhi Township office is the only Holt location. Others are in Lansing, Mason and East Lansing.

passport services

 

 



Leaf collection and disposal is important for the environment

DID YOU KNOW?

Residents should never allow yard waste to be washed down storm drains or dump grass clippings and leaves onto the street or in a roadside ditch.

WHY?

Because rain water that enters storm drains and roadside ditches eventually flows to a body of water without treatment, therefore leaves and grass clippings will eventually go with it.

The problem is nutrients in yard waste can lead to harmful algae growth in those bodies of water, including a local creek, pond or lake. When it reaches the water, it decomposes and uses up the oxygen, which kills fish. This is the same water we use for fishing, swimming, boating and recreation. Also, leaves that are left in the street can block drains and cause flooding. 


 


Realize Cedar Project to Revitalize Downtown Holt

Realize Cedar will redevelop the Cedar Street corridor across Delhi Township by improving sidewalks, street parking, and roadways on Cedar Street to create a safe, walkable community for all age groups. The project will transform Cedar Street into the heart of the community, a place where Holt residents can live, work, and shop together.

By updating our downtown infrastructure, we will create an atmosphere where residents, businesses, and visitors can thrive through improved motorist and pedestrian safety and better traffic flow. This initiative will connect our community in new ways and attract new businesses and developments to our area, create jobs, and boost local property values.

The Realize Cedar project will take place on Cedar Street between Holt Rd. and Aurelius Rd. Homes and businesses along this stretch of Cedar Street will still be accessible during construction.

Realize Cedar is funded by the Delhi Downtown Development Authority (DDA) and does not come from additional tax dollars or special assessments. The DDA is dedicated to helping the business community and residents of Delhi Township prosper together.

Realize Cedar will begin in May 2018 and be completed by December 2018. To keep up to date on the project's progress and to find more information, visit the Realize Cedar website.

Click here to go to the Realize Cedar website

 



Delhi residents have more recycling options via joint program with Granger

Delhi Township residents have even more recycling options thanks to a new joint program with Granger. Curb side recycling is here!

Learn about this new recycling program here

Already heard about it? Sign up here!

 


Delhi Sheep wool products

get your own Delhi Sheep socks, hats, gloves and yarn!

Delhi Township’s Publicly Owned Treatment Works sheep are earning their keep!  The sheep were sheared and the wool was sent to Frankenmuth to be made into various products.  The wool was used to make roving, yarn, socks, gloves and hats in various sizes and styles.

The styles and costs are:

Roving $1.25/ounce

Dyed Roving $1.50/ounce

Pin Draft Roving $2.25/ounce

Yarn $15.00/skein

Beanie hat $12.00 ~ Ram Beanie hat $17.00

Peruvian hat $15.00 ~ Ram Peruvian hat $20.00

Fingerless Gloves $13.00

Fingerless Gloves with cap $15.00

Crew socks $12.00

Thick Hunter socks $24.00

 

Wool Products

All items are available at the Delhi Department of Public Services, 1492 Aurelius Road, Holt.  For more information please call (517) 699-3874.  Stay warm this winter with Delhi sheep wool!


Go green! Go with paperless sewer bills

How can you save yourself and the township time and money? And help the environment?  Easy - sign up for direct debit and sewer e-bills today!

If you're already signed up for direct debit, just click here to send a request for sewer e-bills. Be sure to provide your service address in the email.

If you're not yet signed up for direct debit, click here for the form.  Fill out the form online, check the box for e-bills and provide your email address. Then print the form, sign it and mail or drop off to the Township Treasurer's office.

No more waiting in line. No postage. No late fees.  And less mail! You'll get a sewer e-bill emailed each month and your account will be deducted automatically.


 

Rain barrels and compost bins

Want to conserve water or nourish your lawn and garden naturally? Delhi Township's Department of Public Services is selling FreeGarden rain barrels and compost bins. The items are sold at cost.

FreeGarden
rain barrel

34" overall height

55 gallon capacity

Cost: $57.50

FreeGarden
compost bin

33" overall height

77.8 gallon capacity

Cost: $47.50

Get yours at the Department of Public Services, 1492 Aurelius Road, Holt.


 

This page was updated May 24, 2018