Square Miles

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North of Lake Macatawa

2010 Census Population

Bike Path Miles

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Park Township is a general law township established in 1915, consisting of approximately 20 square miles divided by Lake Macatawa with over 90% lying North of the lake.

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Lake Michigan Coast

Park Township boasts about 5.5 miles of Lake Michigan frontage north of the channel, which includes two beautiful public beaches, and about half a mile of frontage south of it.

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Big Red

The Holland Harbor Lighthouse, commonly known as “Big Red,” was first constructed in 1872. The building that stands today at 32 feet tall was erected in 1907 and converted to electricity in 1932.

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Heritage

Park Township is located in Holland, MI which was settled in 1847 by Dutch immigrants. The culture and local economy is still very influenced by this heritage, bringing in many tourists eager to see the colorful tulip fields in the spring and participate in the annual Tulip Time Festival.

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The Great Outdoors

Experience nature in Park Township by using one of our many public parks and recreation areas.

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The Township population as of the 2010 Census was 17,802 making Park Township the fifth largest unit of government in Ottawa County. A seven-member board elected at large, consisting of the Supervisor, Clerk, Treasurer and four Trustees governs the Township. Land use is primarily residential and agricultural with a small amount of commercial. The Township has no industrial zoning district. Recreation is an important element in the make up of the Township. The Township contains a variety of park facilities and has a bike path system of approximately 52 miles.

Park Township Parks during COVID-19 Pandemic

The “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order has been extended to June 12.  Park Township is continuing to encourage residents to practice social distancing due to COVID-19.  With this in mind, we understand the need for activity and being with friends and family. ...

Notice from the Fire Chief

Due to the numerous requests for special occasion drive-bys, such as birthday parties, the Fire Chief has enacted a policy not to participate in those events.   The reason is to restrict the chance of COVID-19 exposure.  Firefighters need to limit unnecessary time...

Skilled Trades Workers

Governor Whitmer’s Executive Order 2020-70 allows the construction industry, including workers in the building trades, to return to work as of 12:01 AM on Thursday, May 7, 2020. Social distancing guidelines described in section 11(i) of the order must be...

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Tue 02

Election Commission Meeting

June 2 @ 10:00 am - 10:30 am
Wed 10

Planning Commission Meeting

June 10 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Thu 11

Board of Trustees Meeting

June 11 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Thu 25

Board of Trustees Work Session Meeting

June 25 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm