According to WILX, Delhi Township will be closing all their township facilities and buildings to the public on Wednesday. This announcement comes after the growing number of COVID-19 cases in Michigan.

“To minimize potential exposure of our staff and residents to COVID-19, we have decided to close all Township buildings and facilities to the public starting Wednesday, Nov. 18,” The Delhi Township Manager, Tracy Miller said. “Closing the offices to the public, but remaining open to provide service, will help us comply with the requirements of the Emergency Order and protect the health of our employees and the community in the weeks ahead.”

The buildings are expected to re-open on Wednesday, December 23rd. The offices will still remain staffed during this time. Some staff will work remotely.

“Our top priority is the safety of our staff and residents and we are taking all necessary steps to ensure the health of our community, including practicing social distancing and increasing efforts to ensure the cleanliness of our offices,” Miller added. “If you have questions or concerns during this time, please contact the staff person or department you need directly.  If you are unsure where to direct your matter, you can use . As usual, residents should call 911 for emergencies.”

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