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Fire Hydrant Flushing

The City of Delphi will be flushing fire hydrants throughout the city during the month of September. Hydrants on the south side of Deer Creek will be flushed beginning September 6th through September 16th. Hydrants in the rest of the city will be flushed from September 18th thru September 30th.

If you experience rusty-colored water, please run your faucets until the water runs clear. Also run your washing machine for one full cycle before washing clothes.
If you have any questions, please contact the City of Delphi Water department at 564-3944. Your cooperation in this matter is greatly appreciated.
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NOW HIRING: Water Department Laborer

The City of Delphi has a full-time opening for a laborer in the Water Department. Excellent benefits. The job description and salary information can be found at this link:  Water Department Laborer Job Description 2022  Contact: Water Department This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for additional information.
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MARKET & MONROE STREET INTERSECTION TO BE 4-WAY

The intersection at Monroe and Market Streets will become a 4-way stop beginning Monday, May 23. Please take heed of all signs and stop bars.
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Spring Cleanup is Saturday, May 7th!

Spring Cleanup for Delphi residents will be Saturday, May 7th. All items need to be placed at the curb by 6:00 a.m. on the day of pickup. The trash contractor will not return a second time. Items should be placed in an orderly fashion at the curb. The following items will NOT be taken:
  • Building materials
  • Freon appliances and electronics
  • Paint and oil
  • Rock and brick
Should you have any questions please feel free to contact the Delphi Street Department at 564-2353.
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Cemetery Clean-Up Begins April 11

The City of Delphi will be conducting our annual Spring clean-up of Morning Heights and Robinson-Baum cemeteries beginning the week of April 11th. Any flowers or arrangements that you wish to keep should be picked up prior to April 11th. Decorations remaining will be removed up by the City. We thank you in advance and should you have any questions please feel free to contact the City of Delphi 765-564-2027.

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Delphi Announces Installation of New Water Meters

State-of-the-art water meters will be installed throughout the City of Delphi beginning Thursday, January 27th and continuing for several weeks. The new meters are lead-free iPERL meters which have no moving parts and maintain their accuracy over a 20-year lifetime. They will replace AccuSTREAM meters currently in the system which have a 15-year lifespan, and which can show some degradation in accuracy over time. The AccuSTREAM meters in the current system are past their half-life. The iPERL meters will be set to record usage at 1 cubic foot compared with 10 cubic feet for the old meters. This will greatly increase the ability to detect leaks in the system, particularly for customers. Once the changeover is complete, the City of Delphi will utilize Sensus Analytics for data management of the system. Instant reading of water consumption will then be possible making leak detection more rapid and providing quicker customer service.

Meter installation will be handled by Advanced Utility Services (AUS) whose installers and vehicles will be marked. The South Hill in Delphi will be the first area to receive the new meters. For each meter, the changeout is expected to require no longer than 30 minutes during which time the water will be turned off. After the changeout, residents may experience some air in their lines or slight discoloration of the tap water. Letting the water run for several minutes will clear these conditions. If questions arise, or the conditions persist, please contact the Water Department at 765-564-3944.

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Carroll County Long-Range Transportation Plan Seeks Public Input

Please take a few minutes to share your thoughts on transportation needs for the future of Delphi and Carroll County! 

https://forms.gle/hp38UhpE2W2DewFNA

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ANNOUNCING ROUND IV--SMALL BUSINESS RESILIENCE GRANTS

The Common Council has authorized a fourth round of the Delphi Small Business Resilience Grant (SBRG IV) program initiated in 2020 to assist businesses that have been impacted by the COVID pandemic. The SBRG IV grant is available to businesses that have been located in the City Delphi or within one mile of the corporate limits since July 1, 2021. The maximum possible award is $5,000 per business.

Since 2020, 101 grants totaling more than $478,000 have been awarded to 53 businesses for COVID assistance, funded in large part through grants from the Office of Community and Rural Affairs. In SBRG IV the City will distribute the remaining $73,500 in OCRA funds. Priority will be given to businesses that have not received funding in all of the three previous rounds and to businesses located within the corporate limits.

Applications are available on the City of Delphi website https://cityofdelphi.org/business/delphi-sbrg and at the City Building during normal business hours. All applications and required documentation are due by 4:30 p.m. on January 14, 2022 and may be turned in at the City Building or emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Further information is available within the grant application. Questions can be referred to Mayor Anita Werling at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by phone 765-564-3039.

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Public Hearing for 2022 Budget October 4 at 6:00 p.m.

A public hearing on the City of Delphi's proposed budget for 2022 will be held Monday, October 4th at 6:00 p.m. at the meeting of the Common Council at the Community Center, 311 N. Washington Street. Click on the link to review the proposed budget:  Form 3 City of Delphi 2022 Budget
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Hydrant Flushing Begins Sept. 14

Hydrant Flushing begins Sept. 14

Hydrants from Wilson Street east and on the South Hill in the area of Riley Road will be flushed beginning September 14 and expected to continue into the week of September 20.  If your water is rusty, let it run until clear. If  problems persist, call 765-564-3944. 

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NOTICE TO RESIDENTS ON WILSON STREET

CCMG STREET RESURFACING AND PAVEMENT PRESERVATION PROJECT

E&B Paving is scheduled to work on curbs and driveways starting July 30,2021. This work will disrupt the use of driveway entrances. Residents should park on the westside of Wilson Street. All work is weather permitting.

If you should have concerns or experience any problems as a result of the Construction project, please contact the following:

City of Delphi Street Department: Aaron Lyons 765-564-2353

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INTERSECTION CLOSED AT WABASH & SUMMIT STREETS

The City of Delphi will be working on the watermain at the intersection of Summit Street and Wabash Street. This construction will result in the closure of the intersection and may impact how you normally access your residence or business. The closure will begin on July 29, 2021.

The Contractor for the project is R&W Construction and the onsite construction inspection is being performed by Butler Fairman and Seufert. We will work with you to make sure you have access and will do everything possible to minimize the disruption.

If you should have concerns or experience any problems as a result of the Construction project, please contact the following:

City of Delphi Water Department: Craig Myers 765-564-0087

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NOW HIRING! COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR

This position includes administrative and managerial work related to planning, organizing, and directing the activities of Community Development for the City of Delphi. The Director of Community Development is a contract employee.

The Community Development Director is responsible for assisting with the administration of land-use planning and zoning, inventorying vacancies in commercial and industrial properties and working with Main Street and other organizations to retain and attract businesses, managing capital improvements projects as assigned, coordinating and tracking for grant administration, and interfacing with Area Plan, the Economic Development Corporation, and Redevelopment Commissions.

Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience in community development, planning, public administration, or related fields.

Click here for job description. Submit letter of interest and resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
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NOTICE! 4-WAY STOP AT WASHINGTON & MONROE INTERSECTION!

 
On Friday, July 9, the intersection of Washington and Monroe Streets will become a 4-way stop. Please exercise caution at this intersection as everyone gets accustomed to the all-way stop.
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PUBLIC NOTICE TO RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES — WILSON STREET

The City of Delphi will be working on Resurfacing Wilson Street and replacing sidewalk and driveway approaches. This construction may impact how you normally access your residence or business. Work will begin on or after July 7, 2021. The Contractor for the project is E&B Paving and the onsite construction inspection is being performed by Butler Fairman and Seufert. We will work with you to make sure you have access and will do everything possible to minimize the disruption.

Please note that if you have any landscaping material (i.e: lawn timbers, landscape block) or any bushes within 1’ of the edge of sidewalk the property owner should remove them if they are concerned about damage. The Contractor will be removing existing sidewalk and replacing with new.

If you should have concerns or experience any problems as a result of the Construction project, please contact the City of Delphi Street Department: 765-564-2353

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PUBLIC NOTICE DELPHI WATER CUSTOMERS

The City of Delphi will begin rehabilitation June 1st on the Hilltop water tower located off the Dayton Road (800 W).  The project is expected to take 6 to 8 weeks.  During the rehabilitation project you may experience periods of lower-than-normal water pressure.  If you have any questions, please contact the Water Department at 765-564-3944, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
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Spring Clean Up Day in Delphi is Saturday, May 1st

Spring Clean Up for Delphi residents will be Saturday, May 1st. All items need to be placed in an orderly fashion at the curb by six a.m. the day of pick up. The trash contractor will not return a second time. Some items not taken are: building materials, freon appliances, paint, tires, oil, rock, brick or electronics. Should you have any questions please feel free to contact the Delphi Street Department at 564-2353.
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CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER CONTRACT POSITION

The Code Enforcement Officer is responsible for investigating complaints and potential violations of the City of Delphi's municipal code, ordinances, and regulations. The officer prepares notifications of violations and noncompliance if required; maintains records related to citations and violations and prepares written reports and correspondence.

This is a contract position with an expected 15-20 hours per week on a schedule subject to modification as needed. The contract for 2021 is for 8 months beginning April 1 at $1,500 per month. 

Click here for the job description and application form .
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CITY BUILDING TO REOPEN TO THE PUBLIC MARCH 15, 2021

As the coronavirus case numbers continue to decline in our community, the City of Delphi will reopen the City Building to the public beginning Monday, March 15, 2021. Masks will still be required to enter the building and must be worn while in the building. Social distancing guidelines will also be in effect. Floor markers and posters will help maintain proper distances and hand sanitizers will be available in the lobby.
For your safety and that of our employees, only one person at a time will be allowed at the counter in the Clerk's office. Of course, water bills may still be paid online or by using the drop box in the lobby.
Questions may be directed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by calling 765-564-2027.
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STREET AND PARKS DEPARTMENT NOW HIRING

Superintendent Aaron Lyons announced that the Street and Parks Department is now hiring for both full-time and part-time positions with the City of Delphi. The employment application and job descriptions are available at the City Building and can also be found at on the City's web site at:

https://cityofdelphi.org/services/streets/streets
T
he City of Delphi is an Equal Employment Opportunities hirer.

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    • Mayor's Office

      City Building
      201 S. Union St.
      Delphi, Indiana 46923

      Anita Werling, Mayor
      Marilyn McKnight, Assistant
      Phone: (765)-564-2097

      Clerk/Treasurer's Office

      City Building
      201 S. Union St.
      Delphi, Indiana 46923

      Leanne Aldrich, Clerk/Treasurer
      Phone: (765)-564-2097
    • Departments

      EMERGENCY 9-1-1
      Fire:  (765) 564-0034
      Parks:  (765) 564-2353
      Police:  (765) 564-2345
      Streets:  (765) 564-2353
      Wastewater:  (765) 564-2313
      Water Works: (574) 564-3944
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