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While that property is dedicated for public use as right-of-way, the homeowner is responsible for the sidewalk and grass area in between the sidewalk and the street.
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You can go to Duke-Energy.com to report a street light repair or call the Duke Energy Electrical Division at 800-543-5599.
No, two private companies provide garbage collection in Delhi Township and they may be contacted at:
All County roads, private drives and undedicated streets. Undedicated streets are the responsibility of the subdivision’s developer. View the Road Designations page for a complete listing of all streets in Delhi Township and who maintains them.
This depends on the type of lines:
In right-of-way only, on Township roads, contact Delhi Township Public Works at 513-922-8609. For Hamilton County roads, call 513-946-4969.
Contact the Hamilton County Engineer by calling 513-761-7400.
All signs in the Township are placed in accordance with Ohio Law. You may request a sign by sending a letter to:Delhi Township Board of Trustees934 Neeb RoadCincinnati, OH 45233
The request will be researched for legal conformity and will be placed, if approved.
No, yard waste questions should be directed to the Hamilton County Solid Waste District at 513-946-7879.
Yes, you can get a permit at the Delhi Township Public Works Department located at 665 Neeb Road in Cincinnati, OH between the hours of 7 am and 3:30 pm. The cost is $20 (cash or check) and an inspection is required. Permit forms are available on the Public Works page.
Delhi Township Public Works Department will patch a needed curb on any Township streets.
The markings represent underground utilities and proposed excavation according to the Utility Location and Coordination Council Uniform Color Code.
Most creeks that flow in the Township are privately owned and the homeowner’s responsibility to keep clean of debris.
For Township roads, call Delhi Township Public Works at 513-922-8609. For county roads, contact Hamilton County Western Division at 513-946-4969.
Contact Dan Ryan by email or phone at 513-922-8609. Dan will contact the Hamilton County Juvenile Work Detail to get the area cleaned within a couple of days. This is an ongoing program, so keep the requests coming! This program deals with litter only, nothing heavy.
Delhi Township has installed recycling bins at the Senior Citizen and Community Center located at 647 Neeb Road. For more information please see the Delhi Township Recycling page or contact Dan Ryan by email or phone at 513-922-8609.
For more information on snow emergency classifications, visit the Snow Removal Services page.
Find out how to contact the Director of Public Works by visiting our Staff Directory.