1 Zoning ordinance, map discussed at township meeting

The previously proposed 200-foot setback requirement is shown in this graphic. Under this rule, new construction along Lake Michigan in Grand Haven Township would need to be set 200 feet back from the high water mark (solid white line). This section was removed from the township's proposed new Zoning Ordinance. 

For more than two years, the Grand Haven Township Board and township staff have been working on a new Zoning Ordinance and zoning map.

According to Stacey Fedewa, the township’s community development manager, the ordinance and map updates are being made to support the township’s Master Plan.

Contact Meghan Haas at mhaas@grandhaventribune.com.

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