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    National Health & Nutrition Survey

    Kent County has been selected as one of the survey locations as a part of a major study of the health of persons living in the United States. The study is being conducted by the National Center for for Health Statistics and is part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of Hyattsville, … [Read More...]

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    City’s Tornado Warning Siren to be Tested

    The City's warning siren will be tested the first Friday of each month through October. Kent County will be testing the tornado warning sirens at noon the first Friday of each month.  Sirens throughout Kent County will be tested. … [Read More...]

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    Budget Workshop April 22

    The Cedar Springs City Council will meet Tuesday, April 22nd to conduct a budget workshop on the 2014 - 2015 Fiscal Year Budget. The meeting is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. at City Hall located at 66 S. Main St.  The Public is welcome to attend. … [Read More...]

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    City to Flush Hydrants April 25

    DPW crews will be flushing City hydrants Friday, April 25, 2014. To avoid staining laundry, please allow water in the tap to run until it is clear before washing white or lightly colored clothing. Please call DPW Director Tom Stressman at 616.696.1330 X 108 if you have any questions or … [Read More...]

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    Spring Brush Pick Up April 28

    Spring brush pick up is scheduled for Monday, April 28th.  Please stack branches all in one direction as close to the curb as possible.  No stumps or branches larger than six inches in diameter or tree removals will be picked up.  Please have brush out by 6 a.m. on the scheduled day of pick up.  … [Read More...]


Home Energy Assistance Program

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The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is providing more than $845 million to states to help low-income households with their home energy costs.  Under the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, low-income households, including … [Read more...]


Parking Ordinance Changes

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For several years, Council Members discussed the City’s parking ordinance and the changes that were necessary to simultaneously work for property owners with limited room to park and for those who do not want to see their property values and quality … [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...]


City Council Passes Medical Marijuana Ordinance


  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...]


City Enacts Two New Policies

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The City Council has approved two new policies - one establishing a policy to provide for the placement of banners on the crosswalk over S. Main St. and another approving a policy on sprinkling meters within the City. The banner policy establishes … [Read more...]