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    Fall Leaf Pickup Begins Oct. 5

     Fall leaves are beginning to fall and  Department of Public Works employees will be picking them up.  Beginning October 5 and running through November 20 or the first major snowfall, City workers will be out vacuuming leaves from City streets. Residents are asked to rake leaves to the edge of … [Read More...]

  • City Council Meeting October 8

    The Cedar Springs City Council will hold its monthly meeting Thursday, October 8 at City Hall, 66 S. Main St.  The workshop begins at 6:15 p.m., followed by the meeting at 7:00 p.m. For a copy of the agenda, please click here. The public is welcome to attend. … [Read More...]

  • October 6 Planning Commission Meeting

    The Cedar Springs Planning Commission will hold its regular monthly meeting 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, October 6th at City Hall, 66 S. Main St. Public hearings will be held on a Special Land Use Permits as requested by Boyd Culver for property located at 81 N. Main and Bob Cook and Nikki Twitchell/Cook … [Read More...]

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    Water & Sewer Rate Increase

    City residents will see an increase in water and sewer rates beginning with the August water and sewer billing cycle. Beginning August 1 the sewer flat rate will increase $4.00 from the current $15.35/dwelling unit to $19.35/dwelling unit and $.01 in the sewer usage rate to $4.67/1,000 gallons of … [Read More...]

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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...]


Elmwood Cemetery Rules

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...]


ACH Payments

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...]


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

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...]


Report Street Light Outages

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...]


Financial Summary and Performance Dashboard

As part of Governor Snyder's plan to encourage transparency within local government, the City has completed it's requirements for the financial summary and performance dashboard.  Click HERE for a link to the information. … [Read more...]