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    City of Cedar Springs New FOIA Policy

    New legislation approved by the State Legislature's  final session day of 2014 required public bodies to establish specific written procedures and guidelines for Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests.  This new legislation goes into effect July 1, 2015. With that in mind, the Cedar Springs … [Read More...]

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    Kent County Housing Rehabilitation Program

    The Kent County Department of Community Development,  in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, is offering a program to provide financial assistance for needed home repairs for low and moderate income households. Some of the eligible repairs include repair or … [Read More...]

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    Citizen Input in Future Surveys

    The City of Cedar Springs is looking for new ways to let residents know about important events that may affect their daily life.  If you would like to participate in future surveys on community needs and/or receive notifications regarding important city information or alerts, via email, please … [Read More...]

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    2015 Water Quality Report

    The 2014 Annual Water Quality Report  is now available in PDF format.  To view, please click  Water Quality Report.  Should you have any questions, please contact the DPW Department at 696-1330 x 108. … [Read More...]

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    Drug Collection / Disposal Box at City Hall

    A medication/drug box is available at City Hall for area residents to deposit unused medications/drugs. The Cedar Springs Police Department is participating in a drug collection and disposal program to provide a safe disposal site for area residents to anonymously  dispose unused prescription … [Read More...]

Feb
24

Title VI Non-Discrimination Plan

The Cedar Springs City Council recently adopted a Title VI Non-Discrimation Plan. Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits discrimination based on race, color or national origin in any program, service or activity that receives federal … [Read more...]

May
21

Elmwood Cemetery Rules

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Please take note of the following rules for Elmwood Cemetery.  The City reserves the right to remove or trim any tree or shrub or unsightly flowers.  This also includes removal of items that do not contribute to the beauty and dignity of the … [Read more...]

Dec
19

ACH Payments

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On March 1, 2013, City residents will have the ability to have their water and sewer bills automatically deducted from their bank account at no extra  charge.    Customers signing up will continue to receive a bill indicating the amount due, but the … [Read more...]

Jul
20

City’s 1929 Fire Truck to Get a Face Lift!

Nina on Antique Fire Truck

A piece of Cedar Springs history is being given new life!  The City's pride and joy, the old 1929 Model A Fire Engine is going to be brought back to its original glory through the efforts of Carl and Rich Straub, owners of Pro Autoworks, in Cedar … [Read more...]

Apr
25

Report Street Light Outages

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Do you have a street light that flickers or doesn't work?  Please let Consumers Energy know when those lights need repair.  Street lights are not metered, so we (taxpayers) pay for the electricity based on a formula of daylight hours and wattage.  … [Read more...]