News about the City of Muskegon, announcements and updates.

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL: Website Revision & Support

The City of Muskegon (hereafter referred to as “the City” or “City”) invites qualified website design firms/consultants to submit proposals to redesign, upgrade, support, and host our municipal website found at https://www.muskegon-mi.gov/

The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to solicit proposals for the most appropriate vendor at a firm, fixed price, including implementation services.

(For the purposes of this RFP, a “proposer” is a vendor who has submitted a response to this RFP.)

Although the City is requesting proposals for implementation and management of a CMS, including software and services that include any, and all, third-party components, the City, at its sole discretion, may choose to procure third-party components directly, in addition to, or in lieu of, any identified in specific proposals.

The City expects to have a fully accessible and secure internet website through the selected managed service provider on or before June 1, 2021. This schedule is subject to change at the discretion of the City.
Proposals that include multiple vendors must clearly identify one vendor as the “prime contractor” and all others as subcontractors.

The City reserves the right to reject any or all proposers whose proposals do not meet all of the City’s stated mandatory requirements or cost which exceeds the amount that the City determines it is able to afford for this procurement.

RFP – Website Revision & Support

Match on Main Grants

The City of Muskegon Government as a Michigan Redevelopment Ready Community has the ability to apply for the Match on Main grants for two city businesses. Business owners should read the details below and if interested make out the local business worksheet. Submit to the city by Thursday Feb. 25 at the end of business. Send the worksheet or direct questions to Dave Alexander, Muskegon Business Development Manager (dalexander@downtownmuskegon.org).

https://www.miplace.org/small-business/match-on-main/

Public Notice – Ramsey Conflict of Interest 2-23-21

On Tuesday, February 23, 2021 at 5:30 pm via zoom, the City Commission will consider a request to enter into an agreement with Mercy Health Partners to extend their lease agreement at the Arena Annex Building for one additional year.

Commissioner Ramsey has disclosed he has a conflict of interest with regard to projects and partnerships between the City of Muskegon and Mercy Health. The city benefits from its partnership with Mercy Health Partners by the funds that are received by leasing the Annex at Mercy Health Arena. By leasing the Annex, the city will gain revenue to support Mercy Health Arena operating costs.

Those wishing for more information or to comment are encouraged to view the Commission Packet that will be posted on Friday (2/19/2021) morning at www.shorelinecity.com and the city’s Facebook page. You may also view the meeting on zoom on the City’s Facebook page on February 23, 2021 at 5:30 pm.

An opportunity to provide comment will be made available at the meeting.

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Beach residential parking passes delayed

The City of Muskegon was expected to have residential parking passes available on February 8th, but they have not arrived at City Hall. If you are able to pick up your pass(es) in person, please wait for further communication that passes have arrived. If you would like your residential pass(es) mailed to you, please continue to sign up for the passes at the link below.

Through the City’s website, City residents can request two annual parking passes per household before April 30, but will receive only one per household if the request is made after April 30: muskegon-mi.gov/parkingpass/

These free annual passes are only for residents living within city households.

The City will let residents know when the beach parking passes have arrived for mail distribution or for pick up at Police Records at City Hall. Thank you for your interest in the residential beach parking program and for your patience.

City of Muskegon Downtown Development Authority Cancellation Notice 2-9-2021

CITY OF MUSKEGON
SPECIAL MEETING NOTICE
DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

The meeting of the City’s Downtown Development Authority scheduled for TUESDAY, February 9, 2021 has been CANCELLED due to lack of business to conduct.