Improvements to Kids' Corner Park Underway
Work has begun for the new standalone play area in Kids' Corner Park, 563 Monroe Blvd. The play equipment for children aged two to five will be all-inclusive and placed on synthetic turf, making it easy for kids of all abilities to participate in play activities. The area is located between the playground structure and the new handicap parking area.
For more information on the improvements at Kids' Corner Park, click here.read more >
City Council passes amendment to fireworks ordinance
At their June 17, 2019 regular meeting, City Council passed an amendment to the fireworks ordinance. The amendment restricts fireworks to the fullest extent allowed by Michigan law. Effective immediately, consumer fireworks are allowed only:
- Between 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 a.m. on December 31;
- From 11:00 a.m. to 11:45 p.m. on the Saturday and Sunday preceding Memorial Day;
- Between 11:00 a.m. and 11:45 p.m. on June 29, June 30, July 1, July 2, July 3 and July 4 and on July 5 if that date is a Friday or Saturday; and
- Between 11:00 a.m. and 11:45 p.m. on the Saturday or Sunday preceding Labor Day.
The fines have also increased to a maximum penalty of $1000.
For more information, contact: South Haven Police Chief Natalie Thompson, 269-637-5151 or email@example.com more >
Fish Cleaning Station Grand Opening
The City of South Haven has completed the construction of a new fish cleaning station in Black River Park and the Boat Launch! A Grand Opening event will take place this Friday, August 16 at 2:00 p.m. at Black River Park. Attendees are advised to use the Dunkley Avenue drive next to the Wastewater Filtration Plant to access the park.
For more information on the new fish cleaning station, please see the full press release by clicking here.read more >
South Haven Kids' Collaborative
This week, the South Haven Kids' Collaborative was unveiled! The Collaborative is a collective effort between the city and various local nonprofit organizations to provide educational and recreation opportunities to the city's youth during the summer months.
For more information on the Kids' Collaborative and the programs offered, please use the links below:
Kids Collaborative Flyerread more >
Dinghy Dock Replacement Planned
Boaters may have noticed the empty spot near Captain Lou's where the dinghy dock was located in previous years. Due to the poor condition of the dock, it will not be installed this season. However, a new, larger watercraft dock is anticipated with the assistance of a grant.
For more information on the future replacement of the dinghy dock, click here.read more >
City Website Email Notification
The City website offers users the opportunity to receive email notifications as soon as information is posted to the website. This includes notifications for meeting agendas, minutes, and city documents, as well as urgent notifications such as watermain breaks, road closings, weather-related emergencies, and boil water alerts.
In order to receive notifications, users must sign up at the bottom of the Home Page at "Sign up here for email notifications" and click on "SIGN UP". The "Subscribe to Email List" page will appear with instructions.
Click here to read the City's current notification methods.
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