Delhi Township E-News
October 1, 2019 - Issue #1 
Vote At Home

Vote at Home

Following the passage of Proposal 3 in November of 2018, all registered and eligible Michigan voters can now request absentee ballots for all elections without providing an explanation. 
“It’s now easier than ever to request a mail-in ballot and vote from home in Delhi Township,” said Evan Hope, Delhi Township Clerk. “Voting from home will eliminate waiting in line and surprises at the polls by giving you more time to research everything on the ballot in advance.”  Read more here


Esker Landing sign

Esker Landing Park Opening

In August, Delhi Township, along with the Delhi Downtown Development Authority (DDA) and the Michigan Department of Natural Resources unveiled Esker Landing Park, which features a new kayak and canoe launch and dock for fishing. Read more here


Fire station named Lansing's favorite

Delhi Township Fire Station Named
Lansing's Favorite

Delhi Township firefighters were named Greater Lansing’s favorite fire station in 97.5 Now’s Feed the Fire Station contest. The radio station partnered with The Wharton Center and Eastside Fish Fry on a contest to honor first responders from one local fire house and thank them for their service with a free lunch. Read more here


Food waste depackager

Delhi Township's New Food Waste Depackager 

The Delhi Township Department of Public Services has acquired a new food waste depackager that will help expand the township’s innovative Recovering Food Waste as Energy program. The new equipment will improve efficiency and allow the township to divert more food waste from local landfills. Read more here


Holt Fest with music note

Holt Fest Brought Food, Fun, and Music to Cedar Street Corridor

The Delhi Township Downtown Development Authority hosted the inaugural Holt Fest Aug. 17 along the Cedar Street corridor. The day-long festival kicked off with a parade down Cedar Street that featured the Scottville Clown Band and included family friendly activities at the Holt Farmer’s Market and Veterans Memorial Gardens. The Sam Corey Senior Center will also host its annual ice cream social that featured a musical tribute to Elvis for adults age 55 and older. The day’s activities concluded with a laser light show comparable to those found in Las VegasRead more here


Tracy Miller Named Township Manager

Tracy L.C. Miller has been promoted to township manager, after serving as the township’s director of Community Development since 2005. Miller started her new position on May 1. “Tracy Miller has the experience, skills, demeanor and relationships necessary to continue the township’s track record for being a great place to live, work and raise a family,” said John Hayhoe, Delhi Township supervisor. “I am confident she has what it takes to take Delhi Township to the next level. I look forward to working with Tracy in her new capacity to bring our community’s goals for the future to life.” Read more here


Delhi Township Announces New Social Media Policy

We encourage open and productive conversations on our social media channels. You are welcome to share your feedback and suggestions. However, comments that are abusive, profane, racist, sexist, violent, obscene, libelous or threatening will be deleted immediately. Offending commenters may be blocked and/or reported.


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