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Village Hall
327 S. Hancock Street (BR 31)
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Monday through Friday
Phone:  231-869-8301 |  Fax:  231-869-5120
P.O. Box 622
Pentwater, MI 49449

Public Notices

  • The Village of Pentwater will hold a public hearing on the proposed 2018-2019 fiscal year budget. The meeting will be on Monday, March 19, 2018 at 6:00pm at Pentwater Village Hall. A copy of the proposed budget will be available for public inspection during regular business hours, Monday - Friday, from 8:00am to 4:00pm. after March 1st. The property tax millage rate proposed to be levied to support the proposed budget will be a subject of this hearing.
  • The Village of Pentwater will hold a Public Information Meeting about the Street Improvement Project, Thursday, March 22, 2018 at 6:30pm at Pentwater Village Hall. The following streets will be affected starting March 27th: Wythe, Morris, Fifth St., Rutledge and Fourth St. 


Part Time Police Officer Job Opportunities

Pentwater Police Department is accepting applications for part-time police officers.  Applicants should be MCOLES certified or certifiable, have a valid driver’s license and be First Aid and CPR certified.  General duties include but are not limited to; general law enforcement, accident investigation, criminal investigation, and traffic control. Must be self-motivated, able to multi-task, and handle calls with little or no on scene supervision.

For a job application and more details please click here.  Applicants can send completed applications to 326 S Hancock Street, Pentwater, Michigan 49449 or email to laude.hartrum@gmail.com.

The Village of Pentwater and Pentwater Police Department is an equal opportunity employer. 



All Committee meetings held at Village Hall

Village Council Meetings are held on the second Monday of each month at 6:00 PM at Village Hall

2018 Regular Meeting Schedule

Council Agenda is in the Council Packet which is posted on Friday prior to the council meeting

Upcoming Committee Meetings



Village Council

Jeffrey Hodges - President
Term Expires:  November 2020

Jared Griffis -Pro Tempore
Term Expires:  November 2018

Michelle Angell-Powell
Term Expires:  November 2020

Peter Dunlap
Term Expires:  November 2018

Dan Nugent
Term Expires:  November 2020


Don Palmer
Term Expires:  November 2020

Pamela Burdick
Term Expires:  November 2018

Committee Assignments (Effective Until November-2018)

As assigned by Village President: Jeff Hodges
(Appointed Term through November 2018)

Angell-Powell, Griffis, Dunlap

FINANCE: Budget, Outside Contracts, Planning
Griffis, Palmer, Nugent

ORDINANCES: Permits, Licenses
Nugent, Angell-Powell, Burdick

PERSONNEL: Contracts, Policy, Insurance
Dunlap, Burdick, Palmer

PROMOTIONS, Activities Coordination
Burdick, Nugent, Angell-Powell

SERVICES: Streets, Sidewalks, Water, Sewer, Fire, Sanitation

Palmer, Griffis, Dunlap

Quick Information

*Effective April 2018 Utility Bill*
Water & Sewer Rates will be increased 3% per quarter 
(New Rates on Utilities Page)


This link will take you to Michigan's Transportation Asset Management.  Click Statewide for a drop down menu and select City/Village.  Then choose Pentwater.  Addison will show up as the first of the drop down list.

          2018-2019 Draft Proposed Budget  
          The Downtown Pentwater Plan
          Pentwater Design Concept Presentation

          Police House Watch Form
          Public Records Request 
          Recycle Calendar 2018
          Transient Merchant Application & Ordinance
          Water Quality Report 2016
          Well Head Protection Plan for 2015

Street Improvement Project

Other Links:

          Discover Pentwater
          Mears State Park
          Oceana County Property Search
          Pentwater Chamber of Commerce
          Pentwater Fire Department
          Pentwater Lake Improvement Board
          Pentwater Township

2018 Council Minutes & Packets
January Minutes                              Packet
February   Packet
March                                              Packet

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(1) mail: U.S. Department of Agriculture
Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights
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Washington, D.C. 20250-9410;

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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.