City Council Application, Ward 1
On January 1, 2018, the South Haven City Council will have a vacancy in Ward 1, which will be filled by appointment. The deadline for submittal is January 5, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. All applicants will be asked to attend the January 15, 2018 City Council meeting. For an application, stop by the service counter at City Hall, or click here.read more >
MNRTF Development Grants
The Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund, through the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, made a recommendation at their December 6th Board of Trustees meeting in Lansing, that the City of South Haven has been recommended for two MNRTF Development grants. The grants relate to the proposed South Haven Splash Pad and Black River Park Skid Pier Replacement.
For more information on the grants and the proposed splash pad project, click here.read more >
New Media Page Launched
The City of South Haven’s website is offering a new service to site users. This week, the city launched a new page that provides easy access to local videos. The News Room/Media page is now running on the city’s website and provides recently recorded video feeds that illustrate conditions on Lake Michigan and the Black River. The page and videos can be found at the following links:
Erie/Monroe/St. Joseph Corridor Proposed Traffic Control Change
The City of South Haven has hired AE to complete a traffic review and analysis of the section of Erie Street from Monroe Boulevard to St. Joseph Street.
For more information, click here.
The City is seeking feedback on this proposal. Please email your comments to Bill Hunter, Director of Public Works, at email@example.com more >
Cross Connection Public Notice
The City of South Haven has contracted with HydroCorp of Troy, MI to perform the State Mandated Cross-Connection Control Program. The program includes site inspections and testing of backflow prevention assemblies, which will begin soon. For more information on inspections and testing, click here.read more >
Short-Term Rental Rule Reminder
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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