Brush and lawn debris will be picked up every Monday from April 1 through Oct 15


Legal Notice-Flushing Hydrants

Posted: 09/20/23


PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Village of Delhi will be flushing hydrants in the Village every Wednesday in October.

Kimberly Cairns, Clerk
Village of Delhi

Town of Delhi Public Service Announcement-Dog Licensing

Posted: 09/16/23

The Town of Delhi Clerk’s office would like to remind residents of the Town and Village of Delhi that Article 7 of the New York State Agriculture and Market Law requires that all dogs older than 4 months be licensed. Licensing ensures that all dogs have been properly vaccinated against rabies for the protection of both you and your neighbors. If your dog is spayed/ neutered the fee is $6.00 per year.  If the dog is not spayed/neutered the fee is $15.00 per year.

If your dog is unlicensed and/or is caught running at large the dog is subject to seizure and you are subject to a court appearance and a fine, as well as redemption fees from the shelter.  Failure to license your dog may subject you to an appearance ticket to the town court and a fine.

Please remember the Village of Delhi has the following local law: Local Law 2-2004 §106-2 – Restrictions which states all dogs shall be restrained upon a leash while off the owner’s property...

Contact the Delhi Town Clerk at 607-746-2172 or 607-746-3737 to get further information on licensing your dog.  You will need a current rabies certificate and proof of spayed/neuter from your vet if applicable. Please note that the office is open Monday through Friday 8:00am – 3:00pm.

The Dog Control Officer for the Town of Delhi serves on an 'on-call' basis. For dog control related issues within the Town of Delhi, please call the Dog Control Officer at (607) 242-5627.  

Have You Seen These Signs?

Posted: 09/15/23
Drive 25 Delhi Loves Our Kids sign

The “Please Drive 25, Delhi Loves Our Kids" initiative, led by Matt Dreyfus, has swiftly gained momentum in our community. With the initial batch of signs already distributed across the village, the project has made a significant impact in promoting child safety on our roads by encouraging drivers to voluntarily drive 25 mph. Due to the overwhelming response and growing demand for these signs, Matt has taken the proactive step of ordering more, ensuring that our streets remain safe for our children. Matt welcomes any donations from the community to help offset the costs associated with producing and distributing these signs. 

For more information, contact the Village (607) 746-2258.

New Backhoe for the Village

Posted: 09/01/23
John Deere 410-P Backhoe

We are happy to announce the arrival of our brand-new John Deere 410-P Backhoe, a powerful addition to our equipment fleet that promises to make a significant impact on our community projects and boost productivity. Our trusty 2006 JCB model served us well, but it was time for an upgrade. The John Deere 410-P Backhoe offers us more digging power, longer digging reach, and better maneuverability.

The purchase of our new John Deere 410-P Backhoe is eligible for reimbursement through CHIPS funding from New York State. This means that we're not only upgrading our equipment but also being financially responsible by saving Village of Delhi taxpayers money.

We can't wait to put our new backhoe to work on a wide array of projects. 

Mayor's Update on Crosswalk Projects and Safety Concerns

Posted: 08/31/23

I wanted to take a moment to provide you with an update on the ongoing crosswalk improvement projects at Division and Main Street, as well as Court Street and Main Street. These projects were initiated with the goal of ensuring that all of our crosswalks meet the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

I want to assure you that your safety remains our top priority. In light of recent concerns raised by members of our community, including myself, about the safety of these intersections, I want to share some important information with you.

I have personally been in touch with the Department of Transportation (DOT), the engineer responsible for overseeing the project, and will soon be discussing our concerns with an ADA specialist dedicated to this project. These discussions are essential as they provide an opportunity for us to address any safety issues that have been identified since the implementation of the improvements.

It has come to our attention that some residents believe these intersections have become more dangerous following the recent changes. Your feedback is of utmost importance to us, and I encourage anyone who shares this concern to voice their thoughts.

If you believe that these changes have resulted in increased safety risks, I kindly request that you reach out to Regional ADA Specialist Lonnie Rawson with your feedback and any concerns you may have.

Lonnie Rawson: (845) 988-6370

Your input matters, and we are committed to making our community as safe and accessible as possible. By voicing your concerns, you play an integral role in shaping the outcome of these projects and ensuring that our crosswalks are both ADA compliant and safe for everyone.

Thank you for your continued engagement and dedication to our village. Together, we can make positive changes that benefit us all.



The state is planning to install railings around curbed areas to prevent pedestrians from walking over the curbs. The aim of this action is to enhance safety and guide pedestrians towards designated crosswalks. I’m hopeful that this installation won't negatively impact access to the merchants' stores or obstruct access to the crosswalks. If people find the railings to be an inadequate solution to the problem or have any concerns, they should communicate their feedback to Lonnie Rawson. 

We Are Hiring-Office Assistant

Posted: 08/31/23

The village is currently seeking full-time applicants to join the village office team. The position entails working from 8 AM to 4 PM and involves various responsibilities related to the day-to-day operations of the village. A background in accounting would be beneficial for this role.

Applicants for this position will be expected to handle a range of tasks and take on various responsibilities within the village office. If you're interested in the position, you're encouraged to visit the village hall to pick up an application and introduce yourself. This could be a great opportunity for an individual with the right skill set and an interest in contributing to the smooth functioning of the village's administrative processes.

For more information, call (607)746-2258

Invitation for Bids

Posted: 08/30/23

The Village Board of the Village of Delhi has declared the following vehicles as surplus and has authorized the acceptance of bids for their disposal.

Former police car:
2013 Chevrolet Impala, appx. 53,000 miles
2016 Dodge Charger, appx. 56,000 miles
2014 Dodge Durango, appx. 43,500 miles

The Village will be accepting bids until September 14, 2023 at 12 p.m. when they will be opened and read aloud. (Minimum bid $2500 each.) Bid will be awarded at the September 18, 2013 Board meeting.

All equipment is sold “as is”. Buyer is responsible for removal by September 30, 2023. To arrange for an inspection of any of the equipment, call 607-746-2258, between 9 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. The Village Board reserves the right to accept or reject any and all bids. Payment by certified cash or check only.

Kimberly Cairns

Summer Volleyball Program

Posted: 05/30/23

Annual Drinking Water Quality Report 2023

Posted: 05/26/23

SUNY Delhi Pool hours for May-June

Posted: 05/17/23

Village Budget 2023-2024

Posted: 05/17/23

Tennis and Pickleball Lessons: June/July 2023

Posted: 05/17/23

Legal Notice

Posted: 04/17/23


PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the regular monthly meeting of the Delhi Village Board shall be held on the THIRD MONDAY of each month at 6:00 PM at the Village Hall, 9 Court St, Delhi New York 13753.  Exception- January and February meeting will be the FOURTH MONDAY at 6:00 PM because of the holiday.  

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the official depository for the Village of Delhi shall be the Delaware National Bank of Delhi. 

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the official newspaper for the Village of Delhi shall be "The Reporter"

This notice is given pursuant to article 7 of the Public Officers Law, known as the Open Meetings Law.  

Legal Notice

Posted: 04/17/23


The Village of Delhi will hold a workshop meeting on April 20, 2023 at 6:00 PM at Village of Delhi Boardroom, 9 Court Street for the purpose of discussing the recommendations of the Zoning Review Committee regarding minimum off-street parking requirements in the Village of Delhi.  If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Village Clerk's office at 607-746-2258. 


Village of Delhi - election results

Posted: 03/23/23

Results are as follows:


Jeffrey A. Gearhart         66 votes
Daniel M. Ayres              65 votes
Jessica Raber                64 votes


Ian A. Lamont                    167 votes
Janet Tweed                      162 votes
Write in                                7 votes