Keeping Our Community Informed.

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The following events have been cancelled: June 10th - Cycling the City, Zeeland’s Twilight Criterium, Zeelmania, and the Show and Shine. 

City of Zeeland playgrounds and pickleball courts are NOW OPEN. 
Please practice social distancing, limit groups to no more than 10, and note that the equipment is not sanitized. Public restrooms are not yet open (they will be by early next week).

Zeeland’s 2020 Memorial Day Parade is cancelled. Please visit our Facebook page on Memorial Day to view a virtual Memorial Day Cemetery Ceremony.

Pickleball courts temporarily closed.
Community Center & Lawrence Park rentals canceled thru June 14, 2020.
For a complete list of the City’s COVID-19 Mitigation measures please follow this link.

The Zeeland Spring Peddlers’ Market has been cancelled.

In accordance with the Governor’s orders, City playgrounds and public restrooms will be temporarily closed, for the safety of the community.

City Hall closed to the public except by appointment to support a critical infrastructure worker. For appointments, please call:
  • 772 – 0872 (permits)
  • 772 -0870 (city infrastructure)
  • 772-6400 (elections)
  • 772-0871 (payments)

Visitors with appointments will be prevented from entering the premises if they display respiratory symptoms or have had contact with a person who is known or suspected to have Covid19.

We strongly encourage online business at Thank you for your cooperation in mitigating the spread of Covid19.

For the good of public health, the Zeeland BPW customer service counter will be closed to walk-in traffic. Please visit our website for online utility payments and service announcements We’re still available 24/7 to restore electric and water services or respond to your emergency utility service needs.

No wipes in the pipes! It’s important to keep our Clean Water Plant running smoothly by only flushing toilet paper. Please do not flush wipes of any kind, paper towel, napkins, tissue, feminine hygiene products, or other non-toilet paper items, as they can cause plugs in sewer pipes and create sewage backups.

To better align ourselves with the orders and recommendations issued by Governor Witmer’s office and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, the Howard Miller Public Library and Community Center will be closed to the public.

The City is closely monitoring the details of COVID-19. We are committed to the safety of our community as we continue to provide our normal services.
City and BPW offices are currently open (M-F 8-5), but we recommend that community members practice social distancing and please utilize online, phone, and drop box services, when possible.

Drop boxes are available at City Hall (South Entrance/Cherry Street) and BPW (Main Entrance).

We are doing our part to mitigate this virus and are following the guidance from the Ottawa County Department of Public Health and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS).