Welcome to the official webpage of the “City of Friendly People.”
Our city is one of the oldest communities located in the southwest quadrant of Muskegon County, just a 10 minute drive from the shores of beautiful Lake Michigan. Our close-knit community is the proud home of just over 10,000 residents as well as national and internationally recognized businesses. Once a manufacturing community, we are excited about the possibility for re-development and growth. I hope that as you navigate through our website you are able to find useful information and resources. The City of Muskegon Heights is a full service community, come and visit with the friendly staff at City Hall.
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How about instead we do something so pipes don’t freeze all winter! It’s absolutely ridiculous we have to leave water running so our pipes don’t freeze and then when they do because the water isn’t left on it takes 3-4 WEEKS for someone to come out!
What a waste of money cuz the other ones work just fine
Let's hope this is a turning point. Anything we can do to make the heights great again we should all stand behind and support. Glad to see the two hotels reopen as well
This is great Jake Eckholm!
When was this new building built? My older brother started at the old Glendale Elementary building in K around 1954. My 6 siblings and I, my nephews, and my 3 children attended Glendale.
The blighted homes in the Heights need to be dealt with first before you can even fathom putting 80-90k homes in that neighborhood. Common sense please!
Went to Glendale in the 80's
There are so many empty lots now, why do they need to clear land for more housing? I'm all for clearing the land of blighted buildings however 80-90k for a house in south heights new development or not is really reaching.