Water and Sewer billing is done by Treasurer Kristy Mattson. She works cooperatively with DPW to schedule water meter replacements for our meter replacement program; to schedule appointments for final reads; and to ensure that your meter is being read in a timely fashion for our quarterly billings. If you would like to schedule an appointment for a meter read, meter turned on or off or have questions about your bill, please call Kristy at 744-1621 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The DPW Building was located at 2113 Lake Avenue. Plans are under way to construct a new building once a site has been determined. You can leave a message for any DPW staff at (231) 744-3022. This number is not answered by a person, it is for messages only. If you have an emergency or are looking for general information, please call City Hall at 231-744-1621.
The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) monitors the City’s storm-water management program. Grand Valley State University Annis Water Resources Institute occupies the Lake Michigan Center on Muskegon Lake. Go to their website to see how their research into our water resources effects you.
The Muskegon River Watershed Assembly formed in 1998 to address the needs of the River and to assure that future generations are able to enjoy the river as we do now. Visit their website to view their mission and projects.
The Muskegon Conservation District works hard to conserve our local natural resources. The Conservation District is available to provide technical assistance to public and private landowners on a variety of topics including forestry management, fish and wildlife habitat enhancement, storm-water protection, native landscaping and streambank restoration. For more information on what they do contact their office at 231-773-0008 or go to their website here.