an eye on the 'Hartbeat' of our city;
Focused in the "Hart" of Oceana County.
is located approximately six miles inland from Lake Michigan, half way
between Muskegon & Ludington on the western side of the state. This
close proximity to Lake Michigan gives visitors and residents the
opportunity to enjoy the natural resources of the great outdoors.
We are a four seasons community where you can enjoy spring bike rides
and hikes, summer walks on the beach, fall color tours or winter
snowmobiling and ice fishing. You can always find something to do or
see in the Hart of Oceana County at any time of the year!
from desk of the City Manager:
this electronic age the City of Hart wants help keep our community
informed by utilizing the new technology while at the same time
encourage and embrace traditional values. Please visit our various website pages for services or to download zoning
applications. There are also links which support our tourism and agricultural industries.
Read the City of Hart's Blog
for the latest news about city services, agricultural, entrepreneurial
business, tourism and travel links and information focused in the
"Hart" of Oceana County, Michigan.
The City of
Hart contracts with American Legal to maintain all of the City
ordinances online. Please visit our Zoning & Planning Page for
shortcuts to specific zoning and ordinance pages which we believe you
will find helpful. You may also visit the American Legal Website by
clicking on the button below, or click here, to view the table of
contents for all of the codified ordinances.
Click here, or on the button below, to download or open the City Of Hart Zoning Ordinance Map.
& Current Events 2013-2014
Fall colors on Hart Lake and downtown viewed from the John Gurney Park boat launch. You may also like the NEW Hart & Historic District video produced by a Grand Valley State University student group (scroll down).
If you have a faucet that is connected to a pipe that may be vulnerable to freezing then please let the faucet drip a little! Opening the faucet keeps pressure from building up inside the pipe. Pipes break because of the build up of water pressure in the pipe between the ice blockage and the faucet. Let the drip be your hero! Read more at www.weather.com.