A frequent question asked of staff (and sometimes posted on MLive) is “Why does the City of Muskegon have residents send property tax and utility bill payments to Chicago? Wouldn’t it be better to keep this work local to create jobs?” These are fair questions that deserve a thorough response. Like many utilities and other […]
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Last November, Muskegon voters approved several amendments to the City Charter including one which authorized the City Commission to set the fiscal year by ordinance. Since the City Charter’s adoption in 1919, the fiscal year had been established as beginning January 1. The City Commission has now passed an ordinance setting a new fiscal year […]
City of Muskegon Michigan water and sewer customers can now sign up to receive their monthly bill in an electronic, paperless format. By agreeing to receive your monthly water & sewer bill this way, you can help save paper, printing and postage costs. What’s more, you will receive a $0.75 credit on your monthly bill […]
One of the best kept secrets about West Michigan is that it is among the most “retirement friendly” locales in the U.S. Low taxes and housing costs, excellent healthcare and transportation, and generally moderate living costs combine to make West Michigan a place where retirees living on fixed income pensions and social security can get […]
The history of the Muskegon downtown covering the past, present, and future. Download a PDF copy of this presentation. (5 MB)
One of the proposed City Charter amendments that will be on the November 3, 2009 ballot would eliminate the City of Muskegon’s current Civil Service system. If this amendment is approved by voters, a new personnel code will be adopted by City Commission action. Visitors who are interested in seeing the draft personnel code that […]
The fundamental purpose of this updated Downtown/Lakeshore Redevelopment Plan is to aid in advancing the redevelopment and improvement of the downtown and lakeshore areas
Muskegon events and attractions sure to keep you busy.
Deer sightings within the City of Muskegon are prevalent at this time.
- REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL: Port City Industrial Park Sign Upgrades
- Audited Financial Report for 6/30/20 Fiscal Year Now Available
- Civil Service Commission Monthly Meeting 1-11-2021
- CITY OF MUSKEGON DDA SPECIAL MEETING 1/12/21 – CANCELLED
- Seaway Drive Bridge Murals
- REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL: Aamodt Park – Playground & Shelter Concrete
- Round-a-bout/Traffic Circle Detour December 21, 2020