A community effort to bring extended paved shoulders for bicyclists who use Lakeshore Drive has been hailed as a success.
Bids for the Groesbeck and 152nd Avenue pathway extensions were recently released, and will come back for Township Board review later this month.
A surprising chorus of spring peepers. The up-and-down stairs and vistas of Rosy Mound Natural Area. The quiet, twisting waters of the Pigeon River at Hemlock Crossing.
The first opportunity for public input will be at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 23, at Ferrysburg City Hall, 17290 Roosevelt Road.
A $2 million gift from the Bill and Bea Idema Foundation to the county park system announced Friday is helping to shore up support for the long-planned Grand River Explorers Trail greenway project.
The donation, Grand Haven Township Supervisor Mark Reenders said, would be contingent upon a development plan coming together that emphasizes sports fields and active recreation.
The township recently hired Wildlife Management Concepts to complete a forestry plan for the property at an estimated cost of about $1,150.
The Ottawa County Parks Foundation has announced that its effort to complete the Grand River Greenway Campaign is gaining traction thanks to a pair of recent gifts from two West Michigan family foundations.
Ottawa County Parks has announced special winter break hours for the Pigeon Creek Lodge.
Recipients of the state funding would include Ottawa County Parks, the City of Grand Haven and Crockery Township.
The Ottawa County Parks Commission is seeking $88,000 in funding assistance from Michigan Department of Natural Resources’ Aquatic Habitat grant program for ecological restoration work at Riverside Park.
Grand Haven Township officials now have a better idea of what it might cost to enhance the former Witteveen property as part of the Hofma Vision project.
Students clapped and cheered as Danielle Campbell revealed various aspects of the new Imagination Station Friday night.
The township has a better idea about what they’d like to see done first on parklands addressed in the recently-created Hofma Vision plan.
Chants of “Cut it! Cut it! Cut it!” from eager Mary A. White Elementary School second-graders and Griffin Elementary School third-graders filled the air Monday afternoon as the ribbon was about to be cut for the new community-built playground at Grand Haven State Park.