As COVID-19 numbers continue to spike, many local services are closing to help prevent the spread of the virus. 

We will update this list as new closings come in. 

Grand Haven

• Loutit District Library – Curbside service only, through Dec. 13. Reach the library staff at 616-850-6900 or loutit@loutitlibrary.org

• Grand Haven Area Public Schools – all school buildings closed to in-person learning through the end of the semester. 

• Grand Haven Township Hall – Lobby is closed to the public, with all payments, permits and other activities completed remotely (e.g., mail, drop box, electronic payments, etc.)

• Ottawa County Road Commission – Lobby at 14110 Lakeshore Ave. is closed to the public.

• Ottawa County – Walk-in services suspended at Fillmore Complex, West Olive. Appointments only.

• Harbor Transit – 24-hour advance limited service. Passengers are required to call before 5 p.m. the day before they need a ride.

Ferrysburg

• Ferrysburg City Hall – Lobby is closed to the public. Conduct business with the city by using the website at www.ferrysburg.org, or contact by phone at 616-842-5803 or email at info@ferrysburg.org. There is a drop box in front of the office to pay bills.

Spring Lake

• Spring Lake District Library – is open for lobby pick-up service from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays. Library staff is available to answer questions during those hours, as well, by calling 616-846-5770.

• Spring Lake Public Schools – currently closed to in-person learning.

• Spring Lake Village/Township Hall – The office is open by appointment only. 

• Shoreline Soccer – all soccer leagues have been suspended.

*If you would like to report a closing to be included, please email the Tribune at news@grandhaventribune.com.

(3) comments

AMV

Wake Up! 1. This is about protecting the health care system so that there is medical staff, protection equipment & respirators available. How would you like to be told "we are at capacity and there are no beds available." 2. Because teachers & support staff either have been exposed or contracted the virus & have to quarantine for 14 days finding substitutes to replace them is becoming difficult. Stop thinking only of yourself! Look at the bigger picture!

edwards1

Doesn't it seem odd that lately the Trib is simply reporting closings and not cases? I thought there was an uptick in cases?

edwards1

Closing down the society is not going to stop the virus. Chidren per the "science" are much less likely to contract the virus with a 99.9% recovery rate. But yet we continue to live and allow the media to scare and control us.

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