The Town Council will hold a special meeting on Tuesday, June 30 at 6:30 p.m. to discuss the plan for opening the pool.

News

Delhi Pool Opening

Posted: 07/13/20

The Delhi Pool will be opening on Tuesday, July 14 at noon. The schedule for this week is as follows and is subject to change.

Tuesday-Friday: 12:00pm - 6:00 pm
Saturday: 12:00pm - 8:00pm
Sunday: 12:00pm - 4:00pm

We will be closed on Mondays.

Some important information:

  • As of right now, the kiddie pool will remain closed.
  • Please wear your mask when you enter the facility.
  • There will be a sign-in sheet upon entry to the pool for COVID purposes. Your name and phone number are required.
  • We are allowing a maximum of 40 people into the facility to ensure proper social distancing.
  • If you are not swimming, we are asking you stay outside the facility.
  • If you exhibit COVID symptoms, have been in contact with a confirmed COVID case, or have traveled to a COVID hot spot, please stay home.
  • Swim times will take place every hour on the hour for 45 minutes. The last 15 minutes of the hour, we ask everyone leave the facility in order for us to disinfect.

Looking forward to seeing you!

Delhi pool

Town Clerk

Posted: 07/08/20

Although the office has been assisting residents and community members via email and phone throughout the past several months, we are now open to the public by appointment only.  Due to COVID-19 and social distancing we are only allowing one person in the building at a time.  Masks are required for our safety as well as yours.  To schedule an appointment please call our office at 607-746-3737.  Our office hours are 8:00am - 3:00pm Monday through Friday. 

NYSDEC Hunter Education

Posted: 07/07/20

Online Hunter Education Available through August 31, 2020

The online hunter education course that was first available in April when all in-person hunter education courses had to be canceled due to COVID -19, will now be available through August 31, 2020. The online course is offered by Kalkomey Enterprises, a company that specializes in hunter education. The online course is available to anyone ages 11 and older and can be completed from a computer, tablet, or smart phone at any time. Students who complete the online course and virtual field day, and pass the final exam, will receive their hunter education certificate and can purchase a hunting license. Only those hunters ages 12 or older may purchase a license and hunt in NY. The cost of the course is $19.95. You can find the online course on Kalkomey's website

Soak up the Sun in Delhi

Posted: 07/01/20

Who says there's nothing to do in Delhi?  Even during a pandemic, when most organized recreation activities have been canceled, there are still many ways to keep yourself busy in Delhi while maintaining social distancing.

The Town has created a bingo like game for people to share what they are doing this summer to have fun.

It's time to Soak up the Sun in Delhi (with sunscreen, of course).  Let's have some fun.  Stay safe and strong!

Soak up the Sun

Playground Maintenance

Posted: 06/30/20

Members of the Catskill Ladies Association to Support and Inspire volunteered to weed and redistribute mulch in the Playground located down by the Delhi Pool.  This work was greatly appreciated and crucial to making a safe playground environment. 

Weather permitting, additional workdays will be held on Friday, July 3, and Sunday, July 5 at 10 a.m. to weed and rake the mulch around the big play structures, the swings, and the space pod. Tools are provided.  Socially distancing will be practiced.  

Those uncomfortable coming to a workday can contact Janet Tweed at councilmember4@townofdelhi.org to select a task to help the playground.

Volunteers Anna Kruzinski (right) and Sarah Poole (center) work with Council Member, Janet Tweed (left) to weed the Delhi playground.
Volunteers Anna Krusinski (right) and Sarah Poole (center) work with Council Member, Janet Tweed (left) to weed the Delhi playground.
Weeding still needs to be done
A lot of weeding still needs to be done.

 

Junior Golf Program Registration Open

Posted: 06/25/20

The College Golf Course at Delhi is currently accepting registrations for the 2020 Junior Golf Program.

There will be one-hour weekly group lessons based on age, ability, etc on Thursday, July 9, 16, 23, and 30.  There is a maximum of 8 golfers per time slot (4 golfers to 1 instructor ratio).  Lesson times will be from 8:00 a.m. or 9:00 a.m. for advanced lessons; 10:00 a.m. or 11:00 a.m. for intermediate lessons; 1:00 p.m. or 2:00 p.m. for beginner lessons.  The fourth week of playing lesson times will be announced.  The cost is $30 for the entire four-week sessions.  Equipment can be provided if necessary.  Please call James Lees (607) 746-4574 or email leesjr@delhi.edu to register or if questions regarding the program.

The registration form can be found by following this link: https://townofdelhiny.com/sites/default/files/documents/junior%20golf%20form%202020.pdf

Junior Golfers in Action

 

Road Work Alert

Posted: 06/11/20

Please be advised that on Wednesday, June 17, weather permitting, the Town of Delhi Highway Department will oil and stone the following locations:

  • Scotch Mountain Road
  • Bell Hill Road
  • Sutherland Road
  • The intersection of Fleming Road

Please expect delays and use extra caution when traveling on these roads.  

This process covers an existing road with a layer of oil and stone that helps seal damage to a roadway and extends the life of the surface at a fraction of the cost of resurfacing. This option is an effective way to seal cracks and prevent new ones.

Please call Daren Evans, Town of Delhi Highway Superintendent at 607-746-2237 if you have any questions and keep an eye out for other news updates at townofdelhiny.com/department/highway-department.

Assessment Roll Information

Posted: 05/19/20

Pursuant to Section 506 & 526 of the Real Property Tax Law.


    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Assessor of the Town of Delhi, County of Delaware has completed the Tentative Assessment Roll for the current year and that a copy has been filed at the Delhi Town Clerk’s Office. Due to recent events and restrictions concerning the COVID_19 Virus, the roll may be seen and examined at the Delaware County Office of Real Property Website:  http://www.co.delaware.ny.us/departments/tax/rolls.htm by any interested person until the Fourth Tuesday in May (May 26th, 2020). A publication containing procedures for contesting an assessment is available at:

https://www.tax.ny.gov/forms/orpts/assessment_grievance.htm

    Due to recent government restrictions concerning the COVID_19 virus, the Assessor’s will be in attendance with the Delhi Tentative Assessment Roll the following days at The Town of Delhi Town Hall at 5 Elm Street Delhi and will only be taking phone calls with concerns, no in person visits will be permitted: The phone number to reach the Assessor is 607-746-8843


        Monday,    May 18th     from 1:00 PM   to   4:00 PM

        Tuesday,    May 19th     from 1:00 PM   to   4:00 PM

        Wednesday,    May 20th     from 6:00 PM   to   8:00 PM

        Saturday,    May 23rd    from 1:00 PM   to   4:00 PM


HEARING OF COMPLAINTS

    The Board of Assessment Review will meet on Tuesday May 26th , 2020 between the hours of 1 PM to 4 PM  and 7 PM  to 9 PM  at the Delhi Town Hall, in said Town to hear and examine all complaints in relationship to assessments on the written application, correctly filled out, accompanied with the required data of any person believing himself to be aggrieved. DUE TO THE COVID_19 PANDEMIC, ALL COMPLAINTS MUST BE IN WRITING AND YOU MUST SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION AND SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION EITHER BY MAIL OR PLACING IN A DROP BOX OUTSIDE OF THE ASSESSORS OFFICE, INSIDE OF THE TOWN HALL ON THE DAY OF THE HEARING. 

 

Frank Bovee,
D. Joe Gifford,
James Corcoran,

Assessor(s), Town of Delhi.
5 Elm Street
Delhi NY 13753
 

Playground is still on Pause

Posted: 05/13/20

The State phased reopening for our region is happening!

The Delhi Pool and Playground must remain closed for now. Before it can open, the Southern Tier region in which Delhi is located has to make it to Phase 4 of reopening. An annual risk assessment for the playground that will address any safety concerns needs to be completed as well.

Recreation is an important part of life. The Town of Delhi understands this and is working to facilitate options for our citizens. Currently, hiking trails are open and welcoming. Continue to practice social distancing and mask-wearing.

  • Bramley Mountain Trail access is located on Glen Burnie Rd
  • Mount Crawford Trails behind Delaware Academy can be accessed by Sheldon Park or the Lutheran Church on Rt. 28
  • O’Connor Fitness trail access is located at the far end of parking lot
  • Smith Pond Trail access starts at the Delaware Academy Sugar Shack
  • SUNY Delhi Outdoor Education Center is located off Rt 28 going toward Bovina and Andes.

Thank you for your patience as we work together.

As a glimpse of the future for the playground, here are some SUNY Delhi student drawings of what the playground might become.

SUNY Delhi student present design for new playgroundSUN YDelhi students present design for new playground

Find more information in the NY Forward Reopening Guide.  

Phase 1

  • Construction
  • Manufacturing
  • Wholesale Trade
  • Select Retail for Curbside Pickup Only
  • Agriculture, Forestry, and Fishing

Phase 2

  • Professional Services
  • Finance and Insurance
  • Retail
  • Administrative Support
  • Real Estate, Rental, and Leasing

Phase 3

  • Restaurants and Food Services

Phase 4

  • Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation
  • Education

 

Town Taxes

Posted: 04/29/20

 

Please note that the last day to pay Town of Delhi taxes is tomorrow April 30, 2020.  Although the office is closed to the public payments can be dropped in the drop box outside the town hall we check the box daily, or if you are mailing them we will accept payments postmarked April 30th.  The other option would be to pay your Town of Delhi tax bill by credit card; payments can be made on-line via the direct link below.  Please note you will be charged a fee if you utilize the credit card feature:

You will need to complete the steps as shown and must have your tax map number which is located on your tax bill under “property information” please note the first series of numbers “122801” is NOT part of your tax map number and should not be used when putting in the tax map number. 

Any payments postmarked after April 30, 2020 will be returned to the sender and it will be necessary to contact Delaware County Treasurer’s office for the payment.  Thank you, stay safe!

Face Mask Distribution

Posted: 04/24/20

The Town and Village of Delhi have reached out to the Delhi fire department to help distribute cloth face masks to those who don’t have them.

On Saturday, April 25th from 1:00-3:00 pm please drive by the fire house at 140 Delview Terrace extension and volunteers will be handing them out.

Reminder to stay in your vehicle.

Quantities are limited and will be first come first served.mask pick up

TOWN SERVICES

Posted: 03/31/20

Although my office is closed to the public I will still continue to accept requests and payments via mail or drop box.  My email is townclerk@townofdelhi.org and the number to reach the office is 607-746-3737, all requests will be answered and taken care of in a punctual manner.  Most forms are available on our website www.townofdelhiny.com

Please note I have spoken to NYSDEC regarding the upcoming fishing season, upon their suggestion licenses are available through the NYS DEC call center.  The number is 866-933-2257, option 2; 8:00am – 4:00pm Monday through Friday.    You will be asked some questions, and will then be given a number to keep with you while you fish until you new license is received via mail.

If you would like to pay your Town of Delhi tax bill with a credit card instead of sending your payment through the mail or utilizing the drop box; payments can be made on-line via the direct link below.  Please note you will be charged a fee if you utilize the credit card feature:

 

You will need to complete the steps as shown and must have your tax map number which is located on your tax bill under “property information” please note the first series of numbers “122801” is NOT part of your tax map number and should not be used when putting in the tax map number.  If you require help please call me and I can walk you through the process.

 

Take care and be safe! 

Hang in there, Delhi!

Posted: 03/30/20

We are in unprecedented times as we face the challenge of the coronavirus. We can get through this together by following the guidance given by the CDC and the state and county health departments. 
 
The coronavirus is spread by human interaction, so there is a lot that you can do to help minimize the spread.  You’ve probably heard it a million times, but keeping your hands clean is crucial. Be mindful of what you are touching and don't touch your face with unwashed hands.  Practice social distancing, and limit your interaction with others. It is critical that people keep a six-foot distance between each other.  Remember, that one can be a carrier of the virus even if they don’t display symptoms.  You must also stay home when feeling sick.  
 
The Greater Delhi Area Chamber of Commerce has a new website, www.supportdelhi.com, that will be available soon.  They will be offering suggestions to remind us how Delhi is still a great place to live, work and play while practicing social distancing. They will be providing resources for keeping you and your family happy, healthy and entertained!
 
If you are feeling lonely, please try one of the many apps that can help you stay connected with family and friends.  Facebook, Zoom, and Facetime are a few of the ways to stay in contact with your loved ones without being near them and potentially putting them and yourself at risk.
 
We WILL get through this together!
 

Town Highway Update

Posted: 03/19/20

The Town Highway Department will be operating with a reduced crew for at least the next two (2) weeks. This includes all road crews unless there is an immediate need or emergency such as snow removal, downed trees, or other road obstructions.

The Town Highway Department's phone number is 607-746-2237. The voicemail will continue to be checked regularly and frequently.

If there is an emergency, contact 911 or the Delaware County Sheriff’s office at 607-832-5555.

This is in accordance with our state recommendations to reduce the chance of spreading the coronavirus. Thank you for doing your best to limit exposure and being patient with each other. Stay well.
 
Daren Evans, Delhi Highway Superintendent

Update on Town offices

Posted: 03/17/20

Our country, our state, and our county have all declared states of emergency to deal with the COVID-19 crisis and updates and recommendations from their agencies come regularly.

As a town, we have taken a few steps to follow recommendations from the CDC, New York State Department of Health, and our own County Public Health Department. As such:

  • The Town Hall building at 5 Elm Street will be closed to visitors until further notice. This includes the Town Clerk, Town Assessors, and Town Justice Court offices.
  • Town business can be completed by phone (607-746-3737), email (townclerk@townofdelhi.org), or regular mail. 
    • Town Clerk 607-746-3737
    • Assessors 607-746-8843
    • Justice Court 607-746-7278
    • Code Enforcement 607-832-5522
  • Scheduled court appearances for March and April 2020 have been postponed and will be rescheduled. You will be notified by mail by the Town Court.
  • Any scheduled, in-person Town meetings will be cancelled for the next 4 weeks, alternative options are being explored.

These measures have been put in place to protect our citizens and limit spreading the novel coronavirus. Continue to check our website, townofdelhiny.com, for further updates.

If you are in need of assistance, the County Office for the Aging, Delaware Opportunities, and Delaware Academy have programs in place.

If you are concerned that you may have the coronavirus, please call your primary care provider for screening. They will be able to guide your care. Only use the emergency room for emergencies.

During this time, we hope you and your families stay safe and are able to maintain the social distancing recommended. And remember, Delhi has many outdoor spaces to enjoy.

 

Delhi Town Board

Mark Tuthill, Supervisor
Bill Cairns, Deputy Supervisor
Matt Krzyston
Janet Tweed
Christina Viafore