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City Crews to Smoke Test West Side Neighborhoods
Important preventative maintenance helps pinpoint sewer defects. Read more»
City Offices Closed for Thanksgiving Holiday
Refuse crews will use the “next day” collection schedule Read more»
City Makes 146 Long-Term Meters Easier to Locate, Use
Meter heads painted blue; permits transferable to employees, tenants
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Council to Consider Balanced 2015 City Budget
Residents will have opportunity to weigh in on budget during public hearings, work sessions.
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Police Dept. Hosting Open Gym during School Break
Free sessions during holiday break will take place Dec. 22, 23, 29 and 30 Read more»
Main Street's Super Hero Christmas Parade Nov. 23
28th annual Parade steps off at 3 p.m. Nov. 23 from Mingo Park and continue downtown on Sandusky St. Read more»
City, Hayes Students Team Up on Videos
Student teams helping City produce videos to keep residents informed Read more»
Main Street Looking for Downtown Tree
Downtown organization needs a tree to place in the patio at William and Sandusky Street Read more»
Veterans Day Parade to Honor Korean War Vets
Register now to take part in November 9 event that honors our veterans.
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Students Lead City in Youth in Government Session
Through YMCA program, area teens get to take part in local government exercise.
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Slack Rd. Work Will Require Daytime Closure
City crews are replacing a storm water culvert under the road Read more»
Open Adult Volleyball Offered at YMCA
Each week different teams will be formed from those showing up to play
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Trick-or-Treat Night is October 31
Children should trick-or-treat in a group or with an adult

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Search Warrant Leads to Drug Trafficking Arrest
Action related to sale of new illegal drug that caused several teens to be hospitalized Read more»
Hydrant Flushing October 20-24
Activity helps maintain water quality and insure the reliable function of fire hydrants Read more»
Ebola Information
Click here for information on the disease and how to report it. Read more»
ODOT to Work on US 42 at Greenwood Lake
Month-long project will repair the roadway on north edge of the City Read more»
Project at high school will require street closing
Pennsylvania Avenue to be closed during the day on October 11, 18.
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City, YMCA Team Up to Offer Recreational Youth Soccer
Program will feature three age-group divisions playing in the spring and fall at Veterans Park. Read more»
Work Near Justice Center Will Require Lane Closure
City crews October 2-3 will repair a storm sewer inlet structure. Read more»
City Wide Street Sweeping Under Way
Remove vehicles from street so sweeping activity can thoroughly remove accumulated debris. Read more»
Council to Consider 2015-2019 Capital Budget
Five-year overview of the City’s scheduled capital projects and equipment needs. Read more»
City Supporting OWU bid for Browns’ Training Camp
University vying to host the football team’s annual training camp, beginning in 2015. Read more»
East Central and Lake Street Repairs Scheduled
Traffic will be maintained through the work zone with signage and flag personnel in place to assist motorists. Read more»
ODOT Work at US 42, Section Line Rd. to Begin
Sections of the intersection will close for 14 days each, for a total of 28 days. Read more»
Come Learn about the Explorer Program
Program helps bridge gap between youth and police with education, activities
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Speedway Concept Proposal FAQs
Gas station and convenience store eyed along U.S. 23 north property.
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CSX to Repair William Street Crossing.
Work by railroad will require street closure and detours Sept. 8-11. Read more»
Flag Football Signups Under Way
Non-contact instructional league for girls and boys in grades 1-5. Read more»
Labor Day Week Collection Schedule Announced
City of Delaware offices will be closed Monday, September 1 for Labor Day Read more»
Work in front of City Hall Will Require Turn Lane Closure
Crews to make repairs to storm sewer inlet grate
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OEPA Satisfied with Water Compliance
Trihalomethane levels at all monitoring locations within range.
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Sandusky Street Water Line Project Planned
The project will require about one month to complete and detours will be in place during work hours.
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Resurfacing Projects Continue in City
Full-width milling, paving activity planned for Henry Street
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As School Year Begins, Practice Safe Driving Near Pedestrians
Police chief provides message for the community
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Two Residents Needed for City Committee , Board
Both seats are unpaid, volunteer opportunities to serve the community. Read more»
Central Avenue Block to be Closed During Work Day
Crews repairing asphalt between Union Street and Sandusky Street, August 4-6.
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First Friday Serves Up ‘Picnic With The Cops’
Main Street's monthly event to feature Police Department
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US 23 Concrete Barrier Repair Scheduled
Work will take place July 23-through August 1; northbound traffic impacted
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Troy Road resurfacing is beginning
Crews next will move to Henry Street and Cheshire Street. Read more»
Two river clean-up events scheduled
Olentangy River to get some attention in August and September.
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Openings Remain in Police Youth Basketball Camp
Free camp runs July 21-23 for boys and girls entering grades 5-6
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Police Putting New Vehicle into Service
The department’s plan is to use only during high-risk incidents, including hostage and barricade incidents Read more»
West Central Street Repairs Continue
Crews working between Elizabeth Street and Troy Road Read more»
City offices will be closed Friday, July 4.
Residential refuse, recycling and yard waste will be on “next day” collection schedule Read more»
July 4 Schedule Makes Planning Easier
Event times, street closing information, parking and more included
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16 Delaware Citizens Academy Graduates Receive Diplomas
The Academy consisted of nine sessions, running from February to late May. Read more»
Water Line Project To Start on Heffner Street
City is replacing a line that has developed water quality issues over the last few years.
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Thanks to Sponsors, July 4 to be Family Fun Fest
Another spectacular fireworks display will cap All-American day in Delaware Read more»
Farm Bureau Again Sponsoring July 4 Parade
 Enter your group or organization now in annual Delaware celebration.
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