View the highlights from the April 29, 2019 Regular Meeting of Delta Council.
Due to system maintenance, the following online services will not be available from 4:45 pm to 8:00 pm on Tuesday, April 30, 2019.
Delta Families First is an initiative launched by Mayor Harvie and Delta Council with the goal of investing in more sports, recreation and social health programs and amenities, for the benefit and well-being of Delta families.
Mayor George V. Harvie awarded $10,000 in scholarships to 3 Delta students at the City’s seventh annual Delta Trades and Technical Career Fair.
Learn more about Metro Vancouver's Lawn Watering Regulations, which are in effect from May 1, 2019 until October 15, 2019.
View the April 29, 2019 Council Meeting agenda.
A joint letter was sent to Premier John Horgan requesting immediate action to solve the traffic congestion problem at the George Massey Tunnel.
View details for the Public Information Meeting regarding the 57 Street Townhouse Proposal on Tuesday, May 7, 2019.
View the April 30, 2019 Public Hearing agenda.
Mayor George V. Harvie has been appointed to the new Metro Vancouver George Massey Crossing Task Force.
Delta’s young citizens are invited to enter the Mayor for a Day contest to get involved in local government and spend time with Mayor Harvie.
View the hours of operation for the 2019 Easter holiday weekend.
Beginning July 1, 2019, Delta kids between the ages of 10 and 18 (grades 5 through 12) are eligible to receive free admission to all City of Delta recreation facilities, including any drop-in activities at these facilities.
Assisted listening technology installed at Delta City Hall and City recreation and seniors centres.•
The City began conducting the 2019 annual watermain ﬂushing program on March 4.
View the highlights from the April 8, 2019 Regular Meeting of Delta Council.
View the details on the funding announcement regarding Delview Park upgrades.
View the April 8, 2019 Council Meeting agenda.
Join us on April 14 as we release 25,000 chum salmon fry into the creek at Watershed Park.
This Earth Hour, switch off your lights and #Connect2Earth to draw attention to wildlife loss in Canada and around the world.