The city’s downtown snowmelt system is cranked up to capacity, but the weather on Wednesday out-matched the artificial heating source.
Monday will be the fourth annual New Year’s Eve ball drop in downtown Grand Haven, with music building up to the moment beginning shortly after 11 p.m.
The final paving work won’t be completed until spring, but the initial layer of asphalt has been laid and could be ready for vehicles as early as Friday, city officials said.
Hundreds attend annual Light Night in downtown Grand Haven on Friday.
The City of Grand Haven is looking at ways to increase parking opportunities in its downtown, including a parking ramp and fees to help to pay for it.
As downtown Grand Haven merchants covered their merchandise with tents and moved items indoors, shoppers participated in the first day of Sidewalk Sales on Friday.
The community has partnered with Kalamazoo-based Walker Consultants to conduct a $6,900 study of possible locations, potential cost and whether a parking ramp would be a good fit for the community.
With a goal in mind to close the Sims III power plant by June 2020, local elected officials and stakeholders in Grand Haven’s downtown say they’re concerned with how the transition could affect the business district’s snowmelt system.
The Grand Haven Main Street DDA program has launched a new program called 100 Friends @ $100, which encourages people who care about the downtown district to contribute at least $100 to support the organization.
U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Coast Guard among ‘super heroes’ depicted during Frozen in Time
It was a super turnout for Grand Haven Main Street’s 8th annual Frozen in Time event on Saturday afternoon.
Downtown storefronts featured live, motionless mannequins from a super-hero movie or comic book, or a hometown hero. Each participating
The city has given the OK for permanent summer parking rules for several downtown Grand Haven parking lots after a summer-long trial period.
Grand Haven City Council is coming closer to making a permanent decision about parking rules temporarily implemented in several downtown parking lots earlier this summer.
Soon, downtown businesses and residents on the north side of the second block of Washington Avenue will have something they’ve been asking for — new dumpster and recycling space.
The changes — which are being implemented on a 90-day trial period — will limit public parking to three hours in downtown lots behind Kirby House, Grand Haven Brewhouse and Tri-Cities Historical Museum, and the Centertown lot between The Bookman and Michigan Auto.