Trick-or-Treating & Halloween Party: TOWN OF DELAVAN & Waters Edge Community-Wide Trick-or-Treating Halloween Afternoon Sunday, October 31 @12-3pm All are encouraged to make plast to stop by the new Waters Edge Event Center for Trick-or-Treating between 12pm-3pm on Halloween!  HALLOWEEN PARTY @Waters Edge 1220 South Shore Drive Halloween Sunday, October 31 @3pm-5pm The Town of Delavan invites all ages (residents and non-residents) for a special Halloween Party on Halloween, Sunday,  October 31 @3-5pm inside Waters Edge!

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South Shore Drive Project Has Begun

South Shore Drive Project Has Begun

On July 21, 2021 the Town Board approved the South Shore Drive Road Project (5-0) and have awarded Wolf Paving the bid of Wolf Paving – $2,645,992 to complete the project. The project had been delayed until a Financial Audit was completed. Now that the audit is complete the project will resume, beginning at Bailey Road. 

The project officially began on August 6th 2021.

Residents of the surrounding area have the option to sign up for our automated construction update text service or call the Hotline (262) 249-6544 to receive the most recent construction update.

Sign up to receive text message updates:

Text the word:  roads   to #74121

Standard message and data rates apply. Project updates will be sent directly to your mobile device Or click the link below to be directed to the sign up page:

https://mobile-text-alerts.com/Roads

To stay abreast of the progress, please go to their website for more information:

https://www.cardinalroadprojects.com/

The funding for the project will be a combination of monies that include a loan.  It will be a 2% note for 5 years with a balloon payment after five years. This would raise taxes approximately $16 per hundred thousand of assessed value.

The Board is looking in to various ways to reduce the cost to taxpayers. All agreed that the projected was a priority. 

Click here to view a presentation of the project proposal.

Click here for a pdf file about the road project.

Emergency Alert 09-17-2021: During the week of Sept 6-10, 2021, the Town of Delavan Police Department were notified of a rank smell in many parts of the area. Officers investigated and Chief Clark confirmed, on this day, 9/17/21, that the smell is from local farmers spreading liquid manure. While the smell is much more sour than usual, the smell is confirmed to be liquid manure. - Town of Delavan