About the Lake Delhi District

The Lake Delhi Combined Recreational Facilty and Water Quality District is the public entity that owns and manages the Dam/Spillway as well as other various public properties, and represents the property owners within the Lake Delhi Iowa Taxing District, 854 property owners.  Lake Delhi is a Public lake in Iowa, regulated by the Iowa DNR, accessible to the public via several points, including Turtle Creek Park that has both a boat ramp and beach front, Turtle Creek Cove Boat Launch with parking, Bailey’s Ford Park with boat ramp.  There are 3 public beaches on Lake Delhi:  Lost Beach, North Beach, and Turtle Creek Cove Beach.  There are multiple local and regional marina’s servicing Lake Delhi.

The District has a Trustee Board consisting of 7 people.  These 7 Trustee positions are publically elected through an election process that is administered and overseen by Delaware County Iowa.   Click on Contact Us link to view a list of the current 7 District Trustees

Regular monthly scheduled Trustee meetings are held, generally in Delhi, Iowa, open to the public, as well as special meetings, also open to the public, are scheduled from time to time.  Minutes of every meeting are posted and archived on this website, and advance notice of each meeting is publically posted according to the rules/regulations for Iowa governmental public entities.

The Lake Delhi Trustees also publish a newsletter, called the Lake Delhi VOICE, that is sent out approximately every quarter, and these are posted and archived on this website.  If you wish to have the VOICE Newsletter sent to you proactively, you can request to be put on the Trustee Emailing list by sending an email to LakeDelhiTrustees@LakeDelhi.org.  Use a subject of “Add me to the mailing list”.

If you have any questions or comments/ideas or feedback for the Trustees, you can also send an email to LakeDelhiTrustees@LakeDelhi.org.

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