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Delta Township Headlines…
Delta Township’s Parks, Recreation & Cemeteries Department is excited to announce the application of a 2018 grant project to the Michigan Department of Natural Resources: Hunter’s Orchard Park – Trail Development. A public meeting will be held at the Delta...read more
Over the course of 2017, Delta neighborhoods took advantage of the Neighborhood Beautification Grant program offered through the Township to help improve the aesthetics of their residential areas. Delta Township is offering this grant program so residential...read more
Delta Township has completed the Draft (January) 2018 Delta Township Non-Motorized Transportation Plan. On February 5, 2018, the Township Board authorized distribution of the plan to adjacent communities and other agencies as per the requirements of the Michigan...read more
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Eaton County requires a dog license for all dogs four months or older. For information on how to apply for or renew your dog’s license click here.
You may purchase your dog license(s) in the accounting office at the Delta Township Administration Building located at 7710 W. Saginaw Hwy., Lansing, MI 48917.
Township of Excellence Award – 2012-2016
To qualify as a Township of Excellence, an applicant township must demonstrate superior processes and outcomes in governance, along with adherence to best practices involving its statutory duties of financial stewardship, assessing, tax collection and election administration, and excellence in emergency services, land use management and economic development, transportation, utilities, and cemeteries–if the township provides any of those services.
The Delta Township Senior Council was formed to promote senior citizen involvement in local activities. The Council is comprised of 4 committees: the Activity/Social Committee which works on events such as the Park Hop, Arbor Day tree planting, December party and more; the Communications Committee which provides event information to Senior Council members, community information channels and the media while also maintaining a Facebook page reporting on upcoming and completed events of interest to Delta Township seniors; the Education Committee which contacts local reps from government and corporate sources, inviting them to speak at quarterly Delta Township Senior Council meetings (the goal of which is to provide interesting and stimulating topics of interest to Delta Township Seniors); and the Enrichment Committee which provides programs on topics of interest such as our Lunchtime Lecture Series in partnership with the Delta Township Library. Volunteers are always welcomed to serve on these committees.
Delta Township has been wildly successful in being able to immediately communicate and interact with residents, businesses, and other local agencies through Facebook. Please follow Delta Township on Facebook today!