Planning & Economic Development Committee - September 29th
The Pentwater Planning and Economic Development Committee will hold a meeting on Wednesday, September 29th at 8am at Park Place.
To view the agenda, please click on the link below.
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Planning & Economic Development Agenda (MS Word)
Business Route 31/Hancock St. Road Work
MDOT's Business Route 31/Hancock St. Road Project will begin milling and paving in the Village beginning September 13th with an end date of September 29th. The road project will be along the business route starting at 6th Street going all the way to the US 31 on ramps.
Beginning September 13th, Rieth Riley will be in town at 7am setting up a traffic shift, pushing traffic to the East side of the roadway. The West side of the road will be closed off Monday, September 13th and the morning of Tuesday, September 14th and will then switch traffic before noon.
The East side will be closed off to lower all the manhole covers, there are a few areas that MDOT will be removing some curb and gutter.
MDOT is expected to have all the structures lowered and the curb removed on the East side by Wednesday, September 15th or Thursday, September 16th, depending on weather. One this is done, MDOT will open up the roadway and cone off the parking areas where curb and gutter have been removed.
On Thursday, September 16th, MDOT will remove the curb on the West side and on Friday, September 17th will pour the curb and gutter. Friday's work will have the parking areas closed off by the curb repair areas, to pour them back.
Village Green Web Cams
New webcams, brought to you by the Downtown Development Authority, have been installed on the Village Green for your viewing pleasure! Watch live streams from two different angles, view the blue skies, beautiful water and wonderful atmosphere that Pentwater has to offer. To enjoy the views of the Village Green, please visit our web cams below.
Village Green Web Cam Water View
Village Green Web Cam Street View
My Connected Community - Oceana County
The Oceana County Economic Alliance (OCEA), in partnership with Connected Nation Michigan (CN Michigan), has launched a Connected Community Engagement for the county, The program will leverage data provided by residents, businesses, community organizations, and others to identify problem areas and solutions for expanding high-speed internet (broadband) access across the county.
The survey portal is now closed and the results of the survey are being processed and will soon be made available. This pre and post Covid data will be valuable for Internet Service Providers and public/private partnerships to focus the millions of new funding that has emerged at the federal and state levels focused on getting high speed internet connectivity to our unserved and underserved neighbors.
To read more about the program, please click on the links below.
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My Connected Community Program (PDF)