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Happy Birthday Delhi Township

You can find plenty to do in Delhi Township as it continues to celebrate its 175th anniversary throughout the year

Delhi Township kicked off its 175th Birthday Celebration with recognition and a tribute at the Michigan Capitol, marking the beginning of a year’s worth of celebration. On February 16, 1842, Delhi Township was established by an act of the Michigan Legislature, and on the same day in 2017, community representatives commemorated the historical event along … Continued

Community Calendar

May 4 Preserving Family History 5-6 P.M. HOLT-DELHI LIBRARY Drop in with an item from your family history collection (document, textile, book or photo) and learn some basic tips for storage and preservation. 6 Public Works Open House and Reuse Rally 11 A.M. – 3 P.M. 5961 MCCUE ROAD Take a tour and discover how Delhi Township’s … Continued

Historical Fun Facts

Historical exhibits and presentations will be presented at many special events in Delhi Township this year, as part of our 175th Anniversary celebration. Look for the 175th Anniversary logo next to scheduled events in the community calendar. A film that includes interviews from local World War II veterans and was created through community donations will … Continued

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Music in the Garden

Delhi Township isn’t the only one celebrating a birthday this year. The Holt Community Arts Council’s Music in the Garden concert series has turned 10 years old, and will celebrate with a time-based theme in 2017. All four acts this summer will be from a specific period of time, including the ’30s/’40s, ’50s, ’60s and … Continued

Hometown Festival

The Holt Hometown Festival is a yearly event that is known for its family friendly activities, parade and spectacular fireworks. The 2017 version will incorporate Delhi Township’s 175th Anniversary of being chartered by the state Legislature, and will include some newly expanded events, like the Hot Rods and Hogs car show and contest and local … Continued

Build Gill… Again

The township’s iconic fish on wheels, Gill, is getting rebuilt this year as part of Delhi Township’s 175th Anniversary. Gill came on the scene years ago as the official mascot for the Delhi Township Department of Public Works. His message of the importance of recycling and keeping our water clean has been a staple since … Continued

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Delhi Township Board

John Hayhoe, Supervisor Evan Hope, CMC, Clerk Roy Sweet, Treasurer Pat Brown, Trustee Stuart Goodrich, Trustee Tom Lenard, Trustee DiAnne Warfield, Trustee The Township Board of Trustees meets on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the Delhi Charter Township Community Services Center Board Room (2074 Aurelius Road). Meeting agendas … Continued

Holiday Tree Lighting

The Delhi Township Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony is an annual tradition that keeps growing in popularity. Held the first Wednesday after Thanksgiving in Veterans Memorial Gardens, the ceremony starts with a carol singalong with the Holt High School band and choir while snacking on cookies and keeping warm with hot chocolate. The crowd gathers around … Continued

A vision of the future of Holt

A Town Center district along Cedar Street

A study that examines the Cedar Street corridor from Willoughby Road in the north to College Road in the south began earlier this year. Officials have gathered input on the future of Holt’s busiest street, which will also indirectly affect the rest of the triangle from Holt Road to Aurelius Road. Delhi Township hired engineering … Continued

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Delhi Township facilities to get bond allocation for efficient energy upgrades

Delhi Township is one of ve public agencies in the state that will bene t from reduced interest rates and substantial energy savings as it nances capital improvements at its facilities.

The State of Michigan awarded $25 million in Qualified Energy Conservation Bond (QECB) allocations through an open application process coordinated by the Michigan Agency for Energy (MAE), in cooperation with Michigan Department of Treasury. Delhi Charter Township will receive a $4,712,493 QECB allocation to go towards the $4,767,493 total project cost to upgrade electrical and … Continued