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For Immediate Release:  October 9, 2015

HOLLAND - The overnight parking period that began on May 15th will be wrapping up on October 15, 2015 at 5 a.m.    At this point, residents will no-longer be able to park passenger vehicles, motorcycles and trucks overnight on most City streets, between the hours of 2 a.m. and 5 a.m.

Beginning October 16, 2015, any vehicle found to be parked on City streets between the hours of 2 a.m. and 5 a.m. will be subject to the relevant citations and fines all streets.  The overnight parking fines are $15 per violation, then $20 and $30, if not paid within the designated time frames.

Questions and comments on the program can be directed to Ryan Cotton, City Manager’s Office, 616-355-1310 or r.cotton@cityofholland.com).

The official budgeting process for fiscal year (FY) 2016 began in January 2015 when the City Council held the annual "Coffee with Council," followed by its annual retreat in January 2015. From the input and outcomes of those public events, the City's Leadership Team,  led by City Manager Ryan Cotton, will be meeting to discuss budgeting scenarios and suggestions.  In early April, Ryan Cotton presened a proposed budget to the City Council for its review and discussion.

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The Holland-Hope College Sustainability Institute is a partnership between the City of Holland, Hope College and the Holland Board of Public Works.  Its purpose is to support growing efforts t

HOLLAND, Michigan – April 22, 2015, the City of Holland and Tulip Time are jointly announcing that for the first time, there will not be block and board benches set up on 8th Street for the T

Approval is subject to the following regulations in accordance with Section 19-6 of the City Code:

Awning, canopy, marquee signs or projecting signs which extend over the City right-of-way, require a revocable license from City Council prior to receiving a building permit.  (Section 39-347

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The City of Holland has a monthly e-newsletter.  This is a resumption of a practice the City engaged in years ago -- though, of course, with a technological twist. 

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October 9, 2015

HOLLAND - The overnight parking period that began on May 15th will be wrapping up on October 15, 2015 at 5 a.m.    At this point, residents will no-longer be able to park passenger vehicles, motorcycles and trucks overnight on most City streets, between the hours of 2 a.m. and 5 a.m.

Beginning October 16, 2015, any vehicle found to be parked on City streets between the hours of 2 a.m. and 5 a.m. will be subject to the relevant citations and fines all streets.  The overnight parking fines are $15 per violation, then $20 and $30, if not paid within the designated time frames.

Questions and comments on the program can be directed to the City Manager’s Office (616-355-1310 or hcmanager@cityofholland.com).

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