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Village Zoning Survey

Posted: 03/13/21

The Village of Delhi Zoning Revision Committee has a very brief survey for Village businesses.  The information gathered from the survey will help inform the Committee in making suggestions to the Village Board for possible zoning revisions.  

If you have valuable input into the zoning revisions from a business perspective, please take a moment to fill out the survey.

Burn Ban

Posted: 03/12/21

All town residents please remember the NYSDEC has issued a burn ban in effect  from March 16, 2021 through May 14, 2021.  

We are Stonger Together

Posted: 02/20/21

Our small business owners weathered an unprecedented economic storm caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Join the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce and our Delaware County officials, in saying "Thank You" for their endurance. 

Vaccination Locations

Posted: 02/09/21

We recognize that it is still difficult to get an appointment for a vaccine.  Once you determine you are eligible, here are locations where you can look to schedule an appointment.

1. Walgreens 

2. Delaware Valley Hospital

  • Call 607-865-2409 or go to
  • DVH Clinics may be scheduled prior to receipt of vaccine to facilitate registration and vaccine clinics within the NYSDOH mandated 7 days.  If the vaccine is not received the day before the scheduled clinic you will be called and advised.
  • If you can’t find an opening, please check individual clinic schedules periodically for available openings from cancelled appointments up through the end of each day’s scheduled clinic.

3. Margaretville Hospital MMH

4. Tri-Town

5. Delaware County Public Health

6. CVS 

  • Visit
  • Select New York from the list of states, then answer questions and let them know what vaccine you need.
  • You can then select New York as your vaccination location.
  • Then you'll need to confirm eligibility by following the prompts.
  • Then enter in zip code to see vaccination locations near you.
  • Schedule first and second doses.
  • Enter your personal information and follow instructions to finish scheduling appointments.

7.  Visit for availability through Bassett.

8. Call the NYS Vaccination Hotline at (833) 697-4829 to help with making an appointment for appointments at state-run vaccine sites, including the site at SUNY Oneonta.  You can also visit to sign up online.

9. Find other sites in NY:


Please note that due to the federal government supply distribution process it may take 12 or more weeks before an appointment is available to you.  

COVID Vaccination Information

Posted: 01/13/21

According to Delaware County Public Health, vaccination is underway for priority population groups. It will take about 14 weeks to vaccinate the population eligible in phases 1a and 1b.

For an updated list of who is eligible to receive the COVID vaccine please go to From this site check your eligibility, find vaccination locations near you, and schedule an appointment. Or call the New York State COVID-19 vaccination hotline at 1-833-697-4829.

For individuals 65 and older, local assistance with scheduling can be obtained by calling Delaware County Office for the Aging at 607-832-5750.

Please note that due to the federal government supply distribution process it may take 12 or more weeks before an appointment is available to you.  Please remember the people and facilities providing vaccinations are the same people that have been working throughout this entire pandemic. They are being tasked with additional jobs and maintaining the responsibility of operations. Please be patient, you will be vaccinated.

Here's what you need to do if you want to be vaccinated:

Step 1: Determine eligibility and schedule an appointment. First, you should complete the Am I Eligible? App to check their eligibility and find vaccination locations near you where you can schedule an appointment, or call the New York State COVID-19 Vaccination Hotline. The COVID-19 Vaccination Hotline is open 7 AM - 10 PM, 7 days a week, for scheduling vaccination appointments for eligible New Yorkers: 1-833-NYS-4-VAX (1-833-697-4829). Note that due to limited supply from the federal government, it may be 12 or more weeks before an appointment is available to you.  

Step 2: Complete the Vaccine Form. Once and only once you have a confirmed appointment, you must complete the New York State COVID-19 Vaccine Form. This form can be completed online and you will receive a submission ID, or can be completed at your vaccination site. (We encourage New Yorkers to complete the form ahead of time.)

Step 3: Bring proof of eligibility to your appointment. When you go to your vaccination site for your appointment, you must bring proof of eligibility. This may include an employee ID card, a letter from an employer or affiliated organization, or a pay stub, depending on the specific priority status. If you are eligible due to age, you should bring a form of ID (like a Driver's License or passport) that includes your date of birth.

Step 4: Schedule your second appointment in-person at your vaccination site. You will be able to schedule an appointment to get your second shot at your vaccination site, in-person, right after getting your first shot. Remember: Both vaccines require two doses for effectiveness.

Delaware County vaccination locations are listed below check back periodically for updates and available openings at Delaware County residents can also go out of Delaware county to get a Covid-19 vaccine. Go to Am I eligible to find a location

1. Delaware Valley Hospital call 607-865-2409 or go to

  • DVH Clinics may be scheduled prior to receipt of vaccine to facilitate registration and vaccine clinics within the NYSDOH mandated 7 days.  If the vaccine is not received the day before the scheduled clinic you will be called and advised.
  • If you can’t find an opening, please check individual clinic schedules periodically for available openings from cancelled appointments up through the end of each day’s scheduled clinic.

2. Margaretville Hospital MMH

3. Tri-Town

Please bring the following documents to your appointment:

  • Government-issued photo ID
  • Proof of eligibility to be vaccinated in the current phase
  • Work ID badge with title (MD, RN, PA, NP, PT, etc.)
  • Letter from your employer identifying your eligibility
  • Paystub

Eligible New Yorkers in Phase 1a and 1b are:

  • High-risk hospital workers (emergency room workers, ICU staff, and Pulmonary Department staff)
  • Residents and staff at nursing homes and other congregate care facilities
  • Federally Qualified Health Center employees
  • EMS workers
  • Coroners, medical examiners, and certain funeral workers
  • Staff and residents at OPWDD, OMH, and OASAS facilities
  • Urgent Care providers
  • Individuals administering COVID-19 vaccines, including local health department staff
  • All Outpatient/Ambulatory front-line, high-risk health care workers of any age who provide direct in-person patient care
  • All staff who are in direct contact with patients (i.e., intake staff)
  • All front-line, high-risk public health workers who have direct contact with patients, including those conducting COVID-19 tests, handling COVID-19 specimens and COVID-19 vaccinations

    This includes, but is not limited to,

  • Doctors who work in private medical practices and their staff 
  • Doctors who work in hospital-affiliated medical practices and their staff
  • Doctors who work in public health clinics and their staff
  • Registered Nurses
  • Specialty medical practices of all types
  • Dentists and Orthodontists and their staff
  • Psychiatrists and Psychologists and their staff
  • Physical Therapists and their staff
  • Optometrists and their staff
  • Pharmacists and Pharmacy Aides
  • Home care workers
  • Hospice workers
  • Staff of nursing homes/skilled nursing facilities who did not receive COVID vaccination through the Pharmacy Partnership for Long-Term Care Program
  • Individuals Age 65 and older
  • First Responders and Support Staff for First Responder Agencies
  • Fire Service
    • State Fire Service, including firefighters and investigators (professional and volunteer)
    • Local Fire Services, including firefighters and investigators (professional and volunteer) 
  • Police and Investigators
    • State Police, including Troopers
    • State Park Police, DEC Police, Forest Rangers
    • SUNY Police
    • Sheriffs' Offices
    • County Police Departments and Police Districts
    • City, Town, and Village Police Departments
    • Transit or other Public Authority Police Departments
    • State Field Investigators, including Department of Motor Vehicles, State Commission of Correction, Justice Center, Department of Financial Services, Inspector General, Department of Tax and Finance, Office of Children and Family Services, and State Liquor Authority
  • Public Safety Communications
    • Emergency Communication and Public Safety Answering Point Personnel, including dispatchers and technicians
  • Other Sworn and Civilian Personnel
  • Court Officers
  • Other Police or Peace Officers
  • Support of Civilian Staff for Any of the above services, agencies, or facilities
  • Corrections
  • State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision Personnel, including correction and parole officers
  • Local Correctional Facilities, including correction officers
  • Local Probation Departments, including probation officers
  • State Juvenile Detention and Rehabilitation Facilities
  • Local Juvenile Detention and Rehabilitation Facilities
  • P-12 Schools
    • P-12 school or school district faculty or staff (includes all teachers, substitute teachers, student teachers, school administrators, paraprofessional staff and support staff including bus drivers)
    • Contractors working in a P-12 school or school district (including contracted bus drivers)
  • Licensed, registered, approved or legally exempt group Childcare Providers
    • Employees or Support Staff of Licensed or Registered Childcare Setting
  • Public Transit
    • Airline and airport employees
    • Passenger railroad employees
    • Subway and mass transit employees (i.e., MTA, LIRR, Metro-North, NYC Transit, Upstate transit)
    • Ferry employees
    • Port Authority employees
    • Public bus employees
  • Individuals living in a homeless shelter where sleeping, bathing, or eating accommodations must be shared with individuals and families who are not part of the same household
  • Individual working (paid or unpaid) in a homeless shelter where sleeping, bathing, or eating accommodations must be shared by individuals and families who are not part of the same household, in a position where there is potential for interaction with shelter residents
  • Public-facing grocery store workers
  • In-person college instructors

Inclement Weather Update

Posted: 01/03/21

Snow plowDelhi is expected to get 2 to 5 inches of snow this evening, Sunday, January 3, 2021.  Plan on slippery road conditions and reduced visibility where higher snowfall rates can occur.  The Town of Delhi Highway Department staff is doing their best to take care of our town but needs all of us to take our time on the roads and use our common sense when traveling in inclement weather.

Thank you for your understanding and thank you to our crew for keeping the roads safe.

Village of Delhi to Celebrate 200th Anniversary in 2021

Posted: 12/28/20

Village of Delhi Bicentennial logoThe Village of Delhi will ring in its Bicentennial year, on Saturday, January 2, on the Courthouse Square at 2 p.m. with a bell ringing ceremony. Hot chocolate and cookies will be served by Cross Roads Café with complementary Bicentennial mugs with the new logo will be given to adults while supplies last.  Attendees are encouraged to bring their own bells in order to participate, but some bells will be provided.  Masks are required for this socially distanced event.  

The afternoon will conclude with a history-themed scavenger hunt with candy treat bags for all those who finish the activity. The day’s festivities will wrap up with fireworks set off from the SUNY Delhi campus at 5:30 p.m. The blizzard/rain date will be Saturday, Jan. 9.

Activities are being planned for throughout the 2021 year. Given the pandemic, the plans are tentative but include summer and fall birthday celebrations, a cemetery tour, a Village walking tour and a Delhi Dreaming community workshop near the end of the year.

Committee members include Bob Cairns, Linda Champlin, Suzi Ghersi, Barbara Jones, Dave Kopecek, Larry Mannolini and Samantha Misa. If you are interested in helping with or co-sponsoring an event, please contact Barbara Jones by email at

Financial support for the Bicentennial has been generously provided through a Delaware County Tourism Promotion and Development Grant.

Holiday Closing

Posted: 12/23/20

The Town Clerk's office will be closed Thursday, December 24th and Friday, December 25th for Christmas.  We would like to wish you all a very happy and healthy holiday season.  Please note will  also be closed on Friday, January 1st for New Years.  

Catskill Mountain Club Hiking Challenge

Posted: 12/13/20

Catskill Mountain Club Hiking Challenge PatchDelhi is home to two hiking trails created by the Catskill Mountain Club (CMC).  The Bramley Mountain Trail accessed on Glen Burnie Road, and the Delhi Trails accessed from the parking lot at the Immanuel Lutheran Church on State Route 28.  The club has a new free patch for anyone that hikes all six trails built by the club.  These trails include Andes Rail Trail and Bullet Hole Spur, Ashokan Quarry Trail, Palmer Hill Trail, and the Shavertown Trail in addition to the two trails in Delhi.  The seventh trail in Arkville is in development and should open in 2021.  

This new patch is designed to celebrate the trails that have been built by the CMC.  They will be awarded only to those individuals who hike all of the CMC trails and submit an application showing the dates of each hike.  Download the log and application from the CMC website,  Once complete, email the application to or mail it to Catskill Mountain Club, PO Box 404, Margaretville, NY 12455.

According to, in 2012, the CMC decided to build hiking trails with the purpose of creating trails of easy to moderate difficulty for hikers of many abilities, conveniently located near local villages.  In cooperation with partners like the NYC Department of Environmental Protection, local governments, other public entities and private landowners, they have been able to develop the trails on lands that have many beautiful and historically significant features.  

Detailed descriptions and maps of each trail can be downloaded from their website.  The maps are also available for download for smartphones using the Avenza Maps application. There is no charge for the Avenza app or the CMC trail maps, which are available individually or as a bundle.  

Happy Hiking!

FREE Cancer Screenings in Delhi on POSTPONED until 3/11/2021

Posted: 12/11/20

Mobile Cancer Screening MobileTHIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL 3/11/2021.

On Thursday, December 17, Senator Jen Metzger is partnering with the Cancer Services Program of the Central Region to make free cancer screenings available to Delhi residents via a mobile screening unit parked at Price Chopper supermarket.

Health professionals will be available on-board the mobile screening unit to provide mammograms, pap tests, and more for uninsured and underinsured New Yorkers, 40 and older. Free colon cancer screening kits will be available for uninsured and underinsured New Yorkers, 50 and older. Insurance will be billed for those with insurance. 

Call the Cancer Services Program at 1-888-345-0225 to schedule your appointment.

A representative from Senator Metzger's office will also be available at the event to provide constituent services.

Help us spread the word, SHARE the event with your loved ones. 

***Masks are required to be worn for the duration of the event. Before boarding the mobile screening unit, patients will be screened for symptoms of COVID-19. Patients showing signs or symptoms of COVID-19 will not be able to proceed with their appointment. Health staff will help direct patients to a COVID-19 screening location.***

2021 Town Budget

Posted: 12/10/20

Thanksgiving Closing

Posted: 11/19/20

Please note the Town Clerk's office will be closed on Thursday, November 26, 2020 and Friday, November 27, 2020.  We wish you all a safe and healthy Thanksgiving!  

Road Work Alert

Posted: 09/08/20

Please be advised that on Thursday, September 10 and Friday, September 11, weather permitting, the Town of Delhi Highway Department will oil and stone the following locations:

  • West Platner Brook
  • Peakes Brook

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

Delhi Playground is Reopening

Posted: 08/22/20

The Delhi Playground located next to the pool is partially open from daylight to dusk. 

Playground Rules:

  • Follow social distancing recommendations of 12 feet and wear a mask
  • Children under 12 should be accompanied by an adult
  • Playground equipment is designed for children ages 2-12 years old
  • The use of the playground is at your own risk.

The swings, yellow sphere, and the two large play structures are open for play.  Countless hours have been spent weeding and preparing the mulch to prepare the grounds to pass insurance inspection.  Thanks to employees in the Summer Youth Employment Program, Kaylee Lewis and Stephanie Gatos, volunteers Hope Knapp, Anna Krusinski, and Sarah Poole, Pool Advisory Committee member Will Outsen, Highway Superintendent Daren Evans, and Councilmembers Janet Tweed and Christina Viafore for all their hard work to prepare the playground.

For public safety, please wear a face covering and maintain social distance between each child not in the same household. Play equipment is not sanitized. Please remain home if you or your child feels sick, and wash your hands frequently, including before and after using play equipment.  Click here for additional guidance from the CDC regarding visiting parks and recreational facilities.

The playground has been well-loved and well-used over the past decades but is showing all that use.  A group consisting of local parents, members of the Pool Advisory Committee, and Town Council, has begun the process to develop and implement plans for a new playground.  Further updates to come!

Delhi Playground

DEC Offers Online Bowhunter Education Course

Posted: 07/22/20

Hunters in New York can now earn their bowhunter education certificate online.  A bowhunter education certificate is required for hunters who use a bow and arrow to hunt deer or bear. All hunters must also complete a mandatory hunter education course before purchasing a hunting license.  
All in-person bowhunter education courses have been canceled since March due to COVID-19. The online course provides an opportunity for new archery hunters to get their required bowhunter education certificates before the fall hunting seasons begin.  
The online course takes about six hours to complete and is open to New York State residents age 11 and older, but only those 12 or older may purchase a hunting license.   
Students who successfully complete the online bowhunter education course and pass the final exam will receive their bowhunter education certificate. The cost of the course is $30. The online course will be available through August 31, 2020.