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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, .
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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 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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CITY TO RESUME IN-PERSON BOW AND COUNCIL MEETINGS ON MARCH 1, 2021

From the Office of the Mayor 

Due to the reduction in number of new cases in Carroll County in recent weeks, the City of Delphi will resume in-person meetings at the Community Center, 311 N. Washington Street, beginning with the March 1st meetings of the Board of Public Works and Safety and the Common Council. Masks will be required and social distancing rules in effect. A virtual option to attend by Zoom will also be offered. The BOW meeting will begin at 5:15 p.m. The Common Council meeting is scheduled to begin at 6:00 p.m. 
 
The agenda for each meeting and other information will be released at a later date. Please direct any questions to the Mayor's office, , 765-564-3039
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SNOW EMERGENCY STILL IN EFFECT

Vehicles on Snow Routes Subject to Towing

With the recent heavy snow and more snow in the forecast for this week, this is a reminder that vehicles parked on streets marked as "Snow Route" are subject to being towed. Vehicles that have been towed may be claimed at Complete Auto at 5100 North 7th Street off of US HWY 421.
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BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS & SAFETY MEETING FEBRUARY 16

The Board of Public Works & Safety will meet Tuesday, February 16 at 5:15 p.m. via Zoom. To request the Zoom link, email .
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SPECIAL BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS & SAFETY MEETING FEBRUARY 8, 2021

From the Office of the Mayor

The Board of Public Works and Safety will hold a special meeting on Monday, February 8, at 5:15 p.m. The purpose of the meeting will be to review the claims for the Small Business Resilience Grants Round II and take action.

If you would like to receive the Zoom link for this meeting, please email .

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BOW, COUNCIL MEETINGS, AND PUBLIC HEARING FEBRUARY 1, 2021 TO BE VIRTUAL ONLY

From the Office of the Mayor

Due to the high COVID numbers in the community, the City of Delphi will continue to hold its public meetings by Zoom only on Monday February 1, 2021. The Board of Public Works and Safety meeting will begin at 5:15 p.m. The Common Council meeting begins at 6:00 p.m. A Public Hearing on the City of Delphi's intent to apply to the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs for a grant from the State Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) COVID-19 Response Program.

If you would like to receive the Zoom link for these meetings, please email before 4:00 p.m. Monday. 

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BOW & COMMON COUNCIL MEETINGS FOR JANUARY 4, 2020 TO BE VIRTUAL ONLY

From the Office of the Mayor

Due to the continuing high COVID numbers in the community, the City of Delphi will go virtual only for its meetings scheduled for Monday January 4, 2021. The Board of Public Works and Safety meeting will begin at 5:15 p.m. The Common Council meeting begins at 6:00 p.m. At the end of the Council meeting, a workshop will be held by Council members to discuss the SBRG Round II scoring procedures.

If you would like to receive the Zoom link for these meetings, please email before 4:00 p.m. Monday. — sharing a COVID-19 Update.

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FREE COVID-19 TESTING IN FLORA THIS WEEK

The Indiana State Department of Health will offer free COVID-19 testing at the Flora Community Center
The hours are as follows:
• Tuesday, December 29, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
• Wednesday, December 30, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
• Thursday, December 31, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
• Saturday, January 2, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
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SPECIAL YEAR-END MEETINGS FOR BOW AND COUNCIL BY ZOOM

From the Office of the Mayor

The Delphi Board of Public Works & Safety will meet by Zoom on Wednesday, December 30 at 5:15 p.m. to consider yearend claims. The Delphi Common Council will also meet on December 30 beginning at 6:00 p.m. to consider year-end transfers and encumbrances.
If you would like to attend either or both meetings, email to request the Zoom link.
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December 21st Board of Public Works meeting by Zoom Only

From the Office of the Mayor

Due to the continuing high number of COVID cases in the community, the City of Delphi will go virtual only for its the Board of Public Works and Safety meeting scheduled for 5:30 p.m. 

If you would like to receive the Zoom links for either or both meetings, please email before 4:00 p.m. Monday.
2 Agenda 12 21 2020

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CITY OF DELPHI ANNOUNCES ROUND TWO FOR SMALL BUSINESS RESILIENCE GRANTS

From the Office of the Mayor...

The City of Delphi Common Council passed Resolution 2020-20 at its December 7th meeting authorizing a second round for the Delphi Small Business Resilience Grant (SBRG) program. Earlier this year, the City made 36 SBRG awards totaling more than $161,000 to area businesses that have been hurt by the impact of COVID-19. Those awards were funded in part through a CARES Act grant received by the City of Delphi from the Office of Community and Rural Affairs that provided up to $198,600 to create and retain jobs meeting low to moderate income eligibility guidelines. With more than $110,000 remaining from the OCRA grant, the City is hoping to provide additional relief as the number of COVID cases grows and as necessary restrictions further impact the business community.

The Small Business Resilience Grant is available to most businesses which have been located within the corporate limits of the City of Delphi since July 1, 2020 and which have fewer than 25 full-time-equivalent employees. The maximum possible award is $5,000 per business. 

Applications are due by 4:30 p.m. on Friday, January 8, 2021. Further eligibility guidelines and information on how the funds may be used are available within the grant application. Questions can be referred to Mayor Anita Werling at .

The application and other necessary forms can be found below.
Delphi SBRG II Application (.docx)
Income Verification Form    (.docx)
W 9 Form   (.pdf)
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BOW & COMMON COUNCIL MEETINGS FOR DECEMBER 7, 2020 TO BE VIRTUAL ONLY

From the Office of the Mayor

Due to the rapidly rising COVID numbers in the community, the City of Delphi will go virtual only for its meetings scheduled for Monday December 7, 2020.
The Board of Public Works and Safety meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m. The Common Council meeting begins at 6:00 p.m.

If you would like to receive the Zoom links for either or both meetings, please email before 4:00 p.m. Monday.
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NEW COVID-19 MANDATES FOR ALL HOOSIERS

Governor Holcomb has issued Executive Order 20-48 establishing new guidelines based on a color-coded county assessment. Carroll County is code orange which limits social gatherings to a maximum of 50; larger events require approval of a safety plan by the County Health Department. Social distancing guidelines of 6' still apply.
FACE COVERINGS REQUIRED
• All businesses are required to place clearly visible signage at their public and employee entrances notifying that face coverings are required for all individuals entering the business.
• Businesses shall require employees to wear face coverings.
• Businesses should only admit those customers, clients, vendors and other visitors who wear face coverings
The full text of the Executive Order 20-48 can be found at https://www.in.gov/gov/files/Executive_Order_20-48_Color-Coded_County_Assessments.pdf
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TRICK OR TREAT IS STILL ON IN DELPHI FOR FRIDAY OCTOBER 30TH 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

From the Office of the Mayor...

We've had a number of questions as to whether the Trick or Treat hours will continue with recent upticks and school closings in our community. While the City of Delphi will have Trick or Treat as planned, we urge all to use an abundance of caution and to exercise good judgment.

If you want Trick or Treaters to visit your home, turn on your porch light.

Here are some guidelines from ISDH and CDC recommendations as distributed by the Carroll County Health Department.
TIPS TO REMEMBER:
1. Do not allow children in your home;
2. All treats must be individually wrapped;
3. When passing out treats, please DO NOT let children reach into the bowl. You should deliver the treats into their bags, this avoids hand to hand contact;
4. Should hand to hand contact happen, have hand sanitizer available for use and good hand washing technique is always recommended;
5. Remember to social distance; and
6. Masks should be worn by all for the protection of everyone.

Have a safe and happy Halloween!
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