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    Town Hall Meeting Scheduled to discuss Police Department Outsourcing

    The City Council has scheduled a special meeting for 6:30 p.m. July 22nd at room C-201 at the Cedar Springs Middle School to hear public comment regarding outsourcing police services with Kent County. The City Council is considering a proposal from the Kent County Sheriff's Department to provide … [Read More...]

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    2014 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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    Eat More Fruits and Vegetables!

    Eat fruits and vegetables when they are in sesaon and available at local farmer's markets.  They often cost less and have more flavor. Double Up Food Bucks, a state-side program in Michigan,  helps stretch your food dollars at participating farmer's markets.  Information on how the program … [Read More...]

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    Warm Weather Reminders

    With warm weather finally making itself known, we would like to remind residents of two warm weather regulations that the City's Code Enforcement Officer will be keeping an eye on this summer  - maintenance of grass cutting and  swimming pool regulations. The ordinances call for the property … [Read More...]

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    Earth Day T-Shirt Design Winner!

    Lily Fulkerson, a 7th grader at Creative Technologies Academy, is the winner of this year's Earth Day T-Shirt Design Contest.  She is the daughter of Matthew and Jan Fulkerson.  Lily also was the winner of last year's T-shirt contest. Lily's design was featured on the T-shirts worn my 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!

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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...]

Sep
27

Financial Summary and Performance Dashboard

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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...]

Aug
17

City Council Passes Medical Marijuana Ordinance

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  The City Council has adopted Ordinance No. 167, an  ordinance amending Sections 40-5 and 40-461 and adding Sections 40-134 and 40-167 to the City's Zoning Ordinance regulating the dispensation of medical marijuana within the City of Cedar … [Read more...]