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Welcome to the City of Hart

Nestled in the northwestern quarter of Oceana County near US-31, the City of Hart is a quaint, quiet community, a perfect place to raise a family and enjoy a good life.

"City Wide Clean Up Day" has returned!

Hart residents - it's time to clean out your closets, basements, and garages. The City will be hosting a clean-up day on May 8th. Just place your "treasures" at the curb for pickup along with your normal trash that day. You may start placing your items curbside Saturday, May 5th!

NO HAZARDOUS MATERIALS PLEASE.

Clean Up Do's & Don'ts
Acceptable Items:
We will collect basic household trash, bulky items (furniture, etc.) and limited building material - must be boxed or bundled and no more than four feet in length or 40 pounds.
Unacceptable Items: No tires, concrete, bricks, auto parts, tree stumps/limbs, scrap iron/steel, and no hazardous waste - (paint, household cleaners, liquids, gas, oil, medical waste or asbestos).

Yard Waste will not be picked up that day!

Construction WorkerCOURTLAND-JEFFERSON
CONSTRUCTION NEWSLETTER #2
MARCH 26, 2018

On June 27, 2017, the City awarded a $674,000 construction contract to McCormick Sand to replace sewer, water, street and sidewalk facilities on Courtland between Jefferson and Wood; Jefferson between State and Water; and Jefferson between Hart and Union.

All trees that needed to be removed have been at this time. Stumps have been pulled and removed as well. Replacement trees will be offered to the homeowners later this year with the understanding that the homeowner is responsible for maintenance of the tree for the first year.

At this time, some of the new mains have been installed, and a portion of the laterals have been connected. Construction materials have been delivered and are on site.

You will still experience inconveniences during this project such as noisy equipment, dust, parking issues, intermittent water or sewer outages; and mail/parcel delivery along with trash day issues. So that your garbage service is not interrupted, we are requesting that once the truck can no longer drive on your street that you take your dumpster to Wood, Water or Johnson Streets for pickup. Whichever street is closest to your residence. Parking at your residence is still allowed after the construction has finished for the day.

You may contact the City at 231-873-2488 for additional information about construction-related issues.

The City has retained Prein & Newhof Engineering to monitor construction progress. If you need to speak to one of their representatives, the City will provide you with their number.
Thank you for your patience during the construction process.

Come Ride the Hart-Montague Trail From the City of Hart

Hart-Montague Trail at Rothbury, MichiganTwenty-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.



EARTH DAY AT BIOPURE!

Earth DayThe City of Hart would like to invite you to attend an open house in observance of Earth Day at the BioPure Treatment Facility located at 2687 N. 88th Ave. (East of Hart). The event will be on Saturday, April 21, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.

Earth Day is an annual event created to celebrate the planet's environment and raise public awareness about pollution. April 22nd, 2018 will celebrate the 48th annual earth Earth day. The nations awareness topic for 2018 is to help End Plastic Pollution!

The City of Hart BioPure Facility, Oceana County Soil Conservation, and the Oceana County Drain Commission welcome you to join them in an effort to raise awareness and how each one of us can assist in the End to Plastic Pollution.

While attending the celebration at the City of Hart BioPure Facility tours will be given explaining the process of an Activated Sludge Treatment process

The Oceana Soil Conservation District and the Oceana County Drain Commissioner will have display models set up to help understand how water pollution can be prevented.

Come and get an awesome tour of our sparkling clean facility and learn something new - like what happens when you flush your toilet!

Call Paul Cutter with any questions that you may have - 231-873-2259.

New Hart Hydro Disc Golf Course: Ready to Play!

City of Hart Hydro Disc Golf CourseThe weather now may be cool, but what's VERY cool is the new City of Hart Hydro Disc Golf Course! And it's open for play now. The City will host a GRAND OPENING ON MAY 12, 2018!

Come join the fun and check out the all-new 18-pin course. Download the course map at the link below.

Be prepared to get wet as you will be playing right next to the dam and Hart Lake! Address: 3640 W. Harrison Street, near Hart Dam, off 72nd Avenue.


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City of Hart

407 State St. Map
Hart, Michigan 49420 
Phone: 231-873-2488
Fax: 231-873-0100

Hours:
8:00a to 5:00p, Monday-Friday