A plan to increase fees for rental registrations has been put on the back burner until the city’s next budgeting cycle.
City leaders say they’d like to see more progress made at the Grand Landing development site.
Feature allows military, signal flags to be flown during certain holidays, events
Grand Haven leaders hope they can get state grant funding to help with two park projects that have been on the planning radar in recent years.
As soon as the weather breaks, the city will be able to begin its North Beechtree Street reconstruction project.
The future of Waterfront Stadium looks a little bit more clear, thanks to a decision by City Council on Monday night.
Odd Side Ales was given the go-ahead Monday night to host its new festival on Saturday, June 11, at the city marina parking lot.
Pickleball and tennis enthusiasts from Grand Haven can each make their case to Grand Haven City Council on Monday night about future options for their respective sports.
The owner of Odd Side Ales is hoping to brew up a new summertime festival in downtown Grand Haven.
The city has made another step toward the revitalization of Waterfront Stadium.
The city continues to look at ways to fund restoration work on the trademark catwalk structure that sits atop Grand Haven’s south pier.
Grand Haven leaders hope to make improvements to North Shore Drive within the next five years.
Downtown Grand Haven-area business and property owners will have at least five more years with the Principal Shopping District special assessment program.
Grand Haven City Council on Monday night approved a way to address future payments to the $15.09 million Grand Landing brownfield redevelopment bond.
Grand Haven financial experts hope that 2016 is the year in which they can address another of the city’s big financing bonds.