The City of Delhi is located on State Highway 38, 3 miles south of U.S. Highway 20 and within 50 miles of the metropolitan areas of Cedar Rapids, Waterloo and Dubuque. The Delhi motto is “One Smile Wide, Filled With Pride”. The Delhi City Park features a playground, covered pavilion, grills, water, and electricity for picnics and recreation. The Delhi American Legion building is located within the park. The city have installed antique lighting, new sidewalks and landscape improvements in the park. Silver Lake Park in Delhi is located on 40-acre Silver Lake, which is stocked with large mouth bass, bluegills, and catfish. Picnicking  are permitted in the park. The area includes playground equipment, a well, shelter, fireplaces, and toilets. Beautiful Lake Delhi is located within 2 miles of Delhi.

This town of over 400 people has a number of progressive businesses that provide services and opportunities for employment. These include one restaurant, branch bank, agri-business with feed supply service, convenience store, farm equipment repair, welding and metal fabrication shop, lumber yard, auto repair, plumbing and heating, construction, taxidermy, beauty shops and numerous other businesses serving the needs of the community. Two new retail businesses opened:  Off the Hoof and Roast & Toast.  The major employer in this progressive community is Paladin Attachments; Stanley Black & Decker with a workforce of 261 and growing. New housing options: 1) Thompson Estates subdivision; 13 shovel-ready lots that are available for sale, along with 2) Hobbs Meadow Estates; 18 shovel-ready lots ready for your purchase!

Delhi website:  Email:  You can also find us on Facebook!

Computers and internet access are available. There is a complete reference section, large children’s section and a large variety of fiction and nonfiction books for all your research and reading needs.

Library Board Meeting in the Library on the first Monday of the month at 6:00 PM.

Come visit us for your information and reading needs.


Monday 1:00 to 6:00 PM
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Thursday 4:00 to 8:00 PM
Friday Closed
Saturday 9:00 AM to Noon


316 A Franklin Street
PO Box 233
Delhi, IA 52223
Phone: 563-922-2037
Fax: 563-922-2037


Arlene Chappell

Board President

Karen Seibert

Board Members

Farr Jebens, Robert King, Deanne Althoff, and Tiersa Frasher

Delhi Library

Maquoketa Valley

210 South Street, Delhi, IA
Phone: (563)-922-2091

Delhi United Methodist Church


304 Market Street
Phone: 563-922-2791

Services: 8:45 A.M. Sunday
Sunday School: 9:55 A.M. Sunday

St. John’s Catholic Church


309 South Street
Phone: 563-922-2251

Services: 4:00 and 7:30 P.M. Saturday
10:30 A.M. Sunday





Joe Vorwald

Delhi City Council:

LaRae Koopman
Brenda Krumviede
Craig Davis
Al Freiburger
Aran Klostermann

Phone: 563-922-2588
Fax: 563-922-2588
Hours: Mon-Friday 8:00-4:00 P.M.
City Council Meets 2nd Monday, 5:30 p.m.

City Clerk/Treasurer

DeAnna Hogan
Phone: 563-922-2588
Office hours:

Council meetings

Council meetings are held in the Delhi City Hall, 311 Franklin Street, at 5:30 p.m. on the second Monday of each month. The public is encouraged to attend. The city council follows an agenda, which is printed the Thursday prior to the Saturday council meeting. If a citizen would like to place an item on the agenda please call City Hall (563) 922-2588 for information or write a letter to the Mayor and City council, with full information of the item to be addressed. Also, please provide your name, address and phone number, in case additional information is needed. All agenda items should be submitted by the Wednesday prior to the Saturday council meeting. A copy of the agenda is available to those attending.


Alliant Utilities: 800-822-4348
Gas: Black Hills Energy
Telephone: Windstream
Delhi Water Department: 563-922-2588
Supplied by two Silurian Dolomite wells, 260 and 280 feet deep.
Supplying 81,000 gallons per day.
Assisted by two pressure tanks.

Delhi Sewer Department: 563-922-2588
The city has a four cell lagoon.
Maximum flow: 94,000 gallons per day.
Average flow: 63,000 gallons per day.