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Weekly curbside trash/rubbish collection in Delhi Township is provided by private companies. It is up to residents which company they decide to use.
Contact the Delhi Township Treasurer's Office to set up your service and account information.
Phone: (517) 694-0333
Address: 2074 Aurelius Rd., Holt, MI 48842
Contact the Lansing Board of Water and Light to set up service.
Phone: (517) 702-6006
Address: 1232 Haco Dr., Lansing, MI 48912
Two utilities service Delhi Township, Consumers Energy and the Lansing Board of Water and Light. Residents should contact them to determine which one services their property and to set up service.
Consumers Energy - (800) 477-5050
Lansing Board of Water and Light (select areas only) - (517) 702-6006
Consumers Energy provides gas for Delhi Township. Contact them at (800) 477-5050.
Yes. The Delhi Township Recycling Center is located south of the Wastewater Treatment Plant at McCue and Grovenburg Roads. The Recycling Center is a self-service drop off center. Through a partnership with Granger, curbside recycling is also available for Delhi Township residents at no additional charge.
Recycling Center Address: 1418 Grovenburg Rd., Holt, MI 48842
Check to see what you can recycle
Cable and satellite TV and internet service are provided by various private companies which can be found in the phone book or through internet searches.
Local and long distance phone service is provided by numerous companies and can be found in the phone book or through an internet search.
The Holt Post Office is located at 2190 Aurelius Rd., Holt, MI 48842. Their phone number is (517) 699-2079.
Yes. The Capital Area District Library has a branch in Delhi Township and it is located in the same building as the Township Offices.
Library Phone: (517) 694-9351
There are several local public school districts that Delhi Township students can attend for primary education.
Holt Public Schools - (517) 694-0401
Mason Public Schools - (517) 676-2484
Eaton Rapids Public Schools - (517) 663-8155
Lansing Public Schools - (517) 325-6000
Dog licenses are required by law for all dogs over 4 months of age. Licenses can be purchased through Ingham County as well as a number of other animal clinics.
Ingham County issues dog licenses at the following locations:
1. Ingham County Treasurer’s Office, Second Floor, County Courthouse, Mason, MI
2. Veterans Memorial Courthouse, First Floor, 313 W. Kalamazoo, Lansing, MI
3. Ingham County Animal Control, 600 Curtis St., Mason, MI