The City of Hart is accepting applications of interest to fill a vacancy on the Hart City Council. Interested parties must meet the eligibility requirements as outlined in Chapter 7 Section 7.1 Eligibility of the City of Hart Charter.
An eligible person is defined as meeting the following requirements:
This is a friendly reminder that all homeowners, as well as business owners, are required to keep their sidewalks clear with winter upon us. There is assistance available for the elderly or disabled who cannot shovel their own walkways. Please contact Dave Dickman at 231-923-0478 or email him for more information.
Twenty-two miles of smooth new pavement for your ride; that's the William Field Memorial Hart-Montague Trail, now finished and ready for you and your family to enjoy.
The City of Hart marks the north end of the trail, providing easy access and plenty of amenities. The trail was once a Grand Rapids to Pentwater railroad line dating back to 1872. From Hart you can head south on the trail toward Shelby, Rothbury, Montague and points in between, making for a fun and memorable day's adventure.
Find convenient free parking at our trail access point with refreshments and food nearby. Check the links below for trail information and maps, courtesy of Michigan Trails Magazine and website.
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Downtown Hart Bike Map
The City Council in the Fall of 2019 was asked to consider an ordinance and additional resolution permitting the operation of Off-Road Vehicles and Golf Carts on Streets within the corporate limits of the City of Hart.
The Council requested the Planning Commission to solicit community input on the issue and report back to the council on the issue. On January 9, 2020 the Planning Commission held a public hearing on the issue as well as a discussion on the issue and whether or not to submit a recommendation to the City Council.
On February 25, 2020 the City Council will hold the first reading on the Ordinance permitting ORV’s and Golf Carts on City Streets. The reading and discussion will take during their regularly scheduled City Council meeting at 7:30 pm in the Council Chambers located at 407 State St., Hart, MI.
The public is invited to attend the meeting and provide input to the Council in the issue at that time.
Draft copies of the Ordinance and related Resolution can be downloaded or picked up at City Hall, 407 State St., Hart, MI during regular business hours.
The City of Hart has become a participating municipality in this program. It provides for the escrow of fire insurance as established by Act 495 of the Public Acts of 1980. The intention is to uniformly apply the provisions of Section 2845 or Section 2227 to all properties within the City of Hart in order to protect and promote the public health, safety and welfare.
These provisions of this act provide that a portion of certain casualty losses for fire or explosion otherwise payable by insurers may be withheld in escrow by our community in order to secure, repair, replace or remove damaged structures which violate the City of Hart health or safety standards.
Click here for a list of Michigan Municipalities Participating in the Fire Insurance Withholding Program.
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