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Welcome to the City of Newaygo!

Dear Newaygo City Resident,

Welcome to Newaygo. Thank you for choosing to live in this community. We look forward to meeting you at one of the many activities and events that happen here throughout the year. For more information on activities and events please visit the Chamber of Commerce website, www.rivercountrychamber.com. This informational packet is provided to help make your move a little bit easier as you get adjusted to the new area. Below you will find are important phone numbers, general information, available services, and frequently asked questions we hope will be beneficial to you.

As you settle into beautiful Newaygo, please do not hesitate to call us at the city office at 231.652.1657 with any questions you may have. You can also access our webpage at www.newaygocity.org. As you explore your new community, meet your new neighbors and enjoy everything this lovely town has to offer, we hope you’ll be as proud as we are to call Newaygo home.

Sincerely,
The City of Newaygo

History of the Newaygo area:
The City of Newaygo is the oldest community in Newaygo County. The Penoyer and Brooks families were among the first settlers to the Newaygo area. They founded Newaygo’s first saw mill known as the “Big Red Mill”. The rail service came through Newaygo in 1873, connecting the city with metropolitan Grand Rapids, Chicago, and Detroit. In 1883 a massive fire destroyed Newaygo, leaving only two buildings standing. The late Victorian architectural influence existing today was the focus when rebuilding the city after the tragic fire. The proximity of the Muskegon River was the driving force of Newaygo’s early economy, causing mills, lumbering, and recreation to develop nearby and within. Here in Newaygo it is our goal to capitalize on this heritage and create a city that is appealing for its rich historical values and culture.

Over the last 10 years the City of Newaygo has made many improvements to help the city grow. The downtown area which was once completely dilapidated with empty storefronts, unmaintained buildings and inadequate parking has become a highlight for entrepreneurs. Through federal grant dollars the city was able to renovate the entire downtown. Parking lots are easily accessible, buildings have been given a new face and there are very few vacant storefronts. The downtown district has become the Principal Shopping District (PSD) for the Newaygo Community. The intent of the PSD is to create and retain a vibrant, attractive and cohesive center for the City of Newaygo with a variety of quality places to work, live, shop, learn, recreate, and be entertained. Our goal is to recognize and support the Principal Shopping District as the centerpiece of the greater Newaygo community. Make sure to take the time to walk downtown and meet your neighborhood business owners.

Municipal Services:
Through a contract with A – Waste Inc, the City offers a bulk trash pickup for large unwanted items the first Tuesday of every month. With that, we also offer a leaf and brush pick up every spring and fall, curbside or bagged. Bags can be picked up at City Hall when needed. All of these services are free to the residents of the City of Newaygo.

If you are in need of crushed concrete, mulch, stone, or topsoil the City provides and delivers them to your home within the city. For prices, contact City Hall at the number below.
City Hall is open Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. If you need to contact our office for any reason, please use the following contact information;

Newaygo City Hall
28 State Rd, P.O. Box 308
Newaygo, MI 49337
(Ph.) 231.652.1657
(Fax) 231.652.1650
(Web) www.newaygocity.org

Government Officials:
City Mayor: Ed Fedell
City Manager/Zoning Administrator: Jon Schneider
City Clerk: Kim Biegalle
City Treasurer: Carol Sherwood
City Police Chief: Georgia Andres

Public Safety:
Police; Chief Georgia Andres
The Newaygo Police Department is located at:
28 State Rd
P.O. BOX 308
Newaygo, MI 49337
231.652.1655 (non-emergency)
*In cases of emergency always dial 911.
Fire Department;
Fire Chief Jason Wolford
The Newaygo Fire Department is located at:
177 Cooperative Center Drive Newaygo, MI 49337 231.652.7788
*In cases of emergency always dial 911.

Public Schools:
“Newaygo Public Schools strive to meet the needs of a diverse population, focusing on high expectations for student achievement. We believe there is a strong need for basic foundation skills as well as high order thinking skills –both found in our district’s standards based curriculum. We encourage education innovation, accountability and teamwork to accomplish our goal to prepare our students for the future. We value the partnerships that we have with parents and our community that has resulted in higher student achievement. We also appreciate the support that allowed us to build and renovate the buildings that house our learning communities. We are proud of our user friendly schools that provide opportunities from preschool through adult education and community enrichment programs.”
- Superintendent Dr. Peggy Mathis

To receive further information about Newaygo Public Schools, refer to the following information,
Website: www.newaygo.net

Administration Office 360 S. Mill Street P.O. Box 820 Newaygo, MI 49337 Phone: (231) 652-6984 Fax: (231) 652-6505

High School 200 East Street P.O. Box 820 Newaygo, MI 49337 Phone: (231) 652-1646 Fax: (231) 652-3500
Principal: Jackie Knight

Middle School 850 East 76th Street P.O Box 820 Newaygo, MI 49337 Phone: (231)652-1285 Fax: (231) 652-9704
Principal: Brad Reyburn

Velma Matson Upper Elementary 29 East Post Street P.O. Box 820 Newaygo, MI 49337 Phone: (231) 652-2100 Fax: (231) 652-9705
Principal: Steve Bush

Vera Wilsie Elementary 140 Main Street P.O. Box 820 Newaygo, MI 49337 Phone: (231) 652-6371 Fax: (231) 652-9706
Principal: Adam DeShano

Community Education 941 East 76th Street P.O. Box 820 Newaygo, MI 49337 Phone: (231) 652-4000 Fax: (231) 652-4924

Utilities:

Electric
- Consumer Energy
o 2021 Hoyt St. Muskegon, MI 49444
o 1.800.477.5050
o www.consumersenergy.com
- Great Lakes Energy
o 1 Cooperative Center Dr. Newaygo, MI 49337
o 1.888.485.2537
o www.gtlakes.com

Gas
- DTE Energy
o 1.800.477.4747
o www.dteenergy.com

Garbage
- A Waste
o 9672 Colonial Avenue, Grant, MI 49327
o 231.834.9913

Cable Television, Phone & Internet
- Charter
o 1100 E. Maple Street, Big Rapids, MI 49307
o 1.877.728.3814
o www.charter.com
- AT&T
o 3720 Alpine Ave. NW, Comstock Park
o 616.784.2804
o www.att.com
- NCATS (Internet)
o 4747 W 48th St., Fremont, MI 49412
o 231.924.8872
o www.ncats.net

Water/Sewer
- City Hall
o 28 State Rd., PO Box 308, Newaygo, MI 49337
o 231.652.1657
o www.newaygocity.org

Snow Removal
- Department of Public Works, The DPW is in charge of clearing city streets, downtown sidewalks, downtown parking lots, and public parks. Keep in mind that large hills and major streets will always be the first cleared before minor streets, downtown parking lots, and sidewalks are cleared of snow.
o 28 State Rd., PO Box 308, Newaygo, MI 49337
o 231.652.1657
o www.newaygocity.org

The Newaygo County Road Commission is in charge of clearing snow from the major highways/roads running through Newaygo. These major highways/roads are Highway M-37, Highway M-82 and 68th Street.
There are numerous private contracted snow plowing services throughout Newaygo and Newaygo County. If you need plowing services search “Newaygo area snow plowing services” on your preferred internet based search engine.

Nearest Hospital Locations:

Continu-Care (Gerber Memorial Hospital)
231 W Pine Lake Dr # 105 Newaygo, MI 49337-8028
231.652.5377

Newaygo Urgent Care
17 East Pine Lake Drive Newaygo, MI 49337-9138
231.652.5078

Spectrum Health Gerber Memorial Hospital
212 S Sullivan St.
Fremont, MI 49412
231.924.3300

Available Study/Work Space Location

The Stream
1 State Rd.
Newaygo, MI 49337
231.452.6401
www.newaygostream.com
"Set in picturesque downtown Newaygo, The Stream is a hub of activities for the new economy, providing flexible workspace, business incubator space, and classes on in-demand technical skills, like medical coding and billing.” Whether you're looking to grow your business, get some work done outside of your home or office, or learn new skills, The Stream provides an innovative mix of knowledge, education, technology and support to help you accomplish your goals.
For more information on how to become a member of the Stream, please visit their website, www.newaygostream.com.
“The Stream, where talent flows"

Important Phone Numbers:

City Hall (zoning, general questions, leaf and brush pickup, streets, water, sewer, etc…)
- Phone: 231.652.1657 ext 210
- Fax: 231.652.1650

Police (Non Emergency)
- Phone: 231.652.1655
- In cases of emergency always dial 911

Building Inspector (Duane Cruzan)
- Phone: 231.224.3960
- Fax: 888.825.7654

Assessor (Dan Kirwin)
- Phone: 231.652.1657 ext 216
- Fax: 231.652.1650

Voter Registration and Elections (Kim Biegalle)
- Phone: 231.652.1657 ext 222

Treasurer and Taxes (Carol Sherwood)
- Phone: 231.652.1657 ext. 212

River Country Chamber of Commerce
- Phone: 231.652.3068

Newaygo Area District Library
- Phone: 231.652.6723

Newaygo School District Administration Office
- Phone: 231.652.6984
- Fax: 231.652.6505

Newaygo Post Office
- 231.652.6677

Important Ordinance Information:

- All lawn grass should be no longer than six inches.
- Garage/yard sales are not to take place unless a permit is acquired from City Hall.
- Waste receptacles and recycling bins should not be left on the side of the street for more than 12 hours before and after pickup.
- A permit must be acquired before any changes or additions to the footprint and the general exterior of your home are made.
- A permit must be obtained before construction or installation of a new accessory building on your lot.
- A permit must be obtained before the construction of any fence on your lot. (Yard, privacy, etc…)
*For more information on zoning ordinances and fee schedules please visit the government tab on our website, www.newaygocity.org.

Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: How do I pay my water/sewer bill?
A: There are many ways of paying your water/sewer bill.
- You can come to city hall Monday through Friday between 7:30am and 4:00pm, paying by cash, check or credit card.
- You may mail your check payment to the City of Newaygo, 28 State Rd, PO Box 308, Newaygo, MI 49337.
- You may visit our website at www.newaygocity.org and pay online directly from your checking/savings account or credit card.
- You may set up recurring payments for your utility bills through your online user account.
- Lastly, you can drop off check payments after hours in our “drop box” located on the north side of city hall.

Q: Can I pay my taxes online?
A: Yes, using the same methods as your water/sewer bill except for recurring payments.

Q: What are the hours that city hall is open?
A: City hall is open Monday through Friday from 7:30am to 4:00pm

Q: What do I do with my large bulk items that I wish to get rid of?
A: The city offers a bulk pickup through A-Waste the first Tuesday of the month. You may contact A-Waste at 231.834.9913. This service is free of charge to all city residents.

Q: Where is the post office and what is the phone number?
A: The post office is located Downtown at 136 W Wood St, Newaygo, MI 49337.
- Their phone is 231.652.6677

Q: Do I need to reserve the parks around town for an event?
A: The parks are for everyone to enjoy, but if you are going to have an event of more than 25 people you must reserve the park by filling out an application and paying the regulated application fee at city hall. Visit our website for all application fee schedules.

Q: Where is the community library and what is its phone number?
A: The library is located Downtown on the corner of Wood Street and Highway M-37. The entrance is located on the front of the building facing M-37.
- To contact the library for hours and general question please call, 231.652.6723

Business

City of Newaygo
New Business Welcome Packet

Dear Newaygo Business Owner;

Welcome and thanks for your investment in Newaygo’s Business community. This informational packet is provided to help make your move a little bit easier as you get adjusted to the new area. Enclosed are important phone numbers, general information, available services, and frequently asked questions that we hope will be beneficial to you.

As you settle into beautiful Newaygo, please do not hesitate to call us at the city office at 231.652.1657 with any questions you may have. You can also access our webpage at www.newaygocity.org. As you explore your new business community, make sure to meet your new neighbors, who may have great advice. Again, welcome to Newaygo, we look forward to seeing you around town.

Sincerely,
The City of Newaygo

If you are considering owning commercial real estate or operating a business (or both) in the City of Newaygo there are many issues to be aware of that will vary depending on your plan. It would be wise to contact the city and request a pre-development meeting where a number of departments can be present to begin a comprehensive planning process that will bring about a smooth outcome.
The City of Newaygo offers two separate areas within the city limits for entrepreneurs: The Principal Shopping District (PSD) located at the bottom of the hill closest to the Muskegon River and the Uptown Business District located at the top of the hill, extending to the southern city limits. Both districts are explained further in the following pages.

Principal Shopping District (PSD)
The intent of the PSD is to retain and create a vibrant, attractive and cohesive center for the City of Newaygo with a variety of quality places to work, live, shop, learn, recreate, and be entertained.
The PSD has special regulations focused on the implementation of goals and objectives. Most important of those goals is the development of a compact, walkable, mixed-use district, consisting of a variety of retail, entertainment, office, service, residential, cultural, recreation and municipal uses.

To provide for the desired traditional downtown environment and accommodate the wide variety of permitted uses, this district includes specific design standards for site layout, setback continuity, building design, pedestrian amenities, parking arrangement, vehicular circulation and coordination of site features between adjoining sites. It is the intent of this district to prohibit automotive related services and non-retail uses that tend to disrupt the continuity of the retail frontage.

Due to the density of development in the Downtown, there is a need for consolidated and shared services in order to maintain the beauty and character of the area. These shared services are funded by a quarterly fee paid by all property owners or tenants located within the downtown Principal Shopping District. The shared services include snow removal on sidewalks, public parking lots, garbage removal, maintenance on dumpsters and enclosures, maintenance of public parking lot surfaces and walk ways, lighting, among many other benefits.

Before any changes are made to the exterior of a building or a sign within this district and approval is needed from not only the City of Newaygo, but also the PSD Board.
For more information on PSD regulations and where the district is located visit Chapter 15 of the Newaygo Zoning Ordinance on our website, www.newaygocity.org, under the Business tab.

Uptown Business District:
As you head North through Newaygo you will be welcomed by the uptown business district. The uptown business district is filled with prime store frontage for an array of business types. This district is not within a Principal Shopping District there are certain amenities that are not offered to store owners/renters. For example, in the Uptown Business District you are not subject to a quarterly fee, but you are responsible for your own snow and trash removal along with parking lot maintenance. Within this district it takes the involvement of every store front owner and tenant to keep the district welcoming. With the help of all business owners, this district is a pleasant experience for shopping and dining.

Industrial Park District:
This district is intended for intensive industrial activity, including manufacturing, assembly, and packing. It is also intended to permit related businesses and services while prohibiting retail sales, residential dwellings, and other incompatible uses. This district is designed to promote high quality industrial development through the use of industrial performance standards and other regulations contained in Chapter 17 of Newaygo City Zoning Code of Ordinance.

Chamber of Commerce:
The Newaygo Area is served by the River Country Chamber of Commerce. Their mission is to create a supportive business environment through community leadership, promotion, inclusive business advocacy and valued customer service.
Membership in the chamber provides a number of important benefits including an effective means of promoting your business and networking opportunities with community and business leaders. Additionally, all chamber members receive a $100.00 credit to The Stream in Downtown Newaygo. The Stream is a great place for meetings and networking with other business owners of the area.
To apply for membership or to learn more about the Newaygo Chamber, visit their website at www.rivercountrychamber.com or call 231.652.3068.

Municipal Services:
City Hall is open Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. If you need to contact our office for any reason, please do so with the following information;

Newaygo City Hall
28 State Rd, P.O. Box 308
Newaygo, MI 49337
(Ph.) 231.652.1657
(Fax) 231.652.1650
(Web) www.newaygocity.org

Government Officials:
City Mayor: Ed Fedell
City Manager/Zoning Administrator: Jon Schneider
City Clerk: Kim Biegalle
City Treasurer: Carol Sherwood
City Police Chief: Georgia Andres

Public Safety:
Police; Chief Georgia Andres
The Newaygo Police Department is located at:
28 State Rd
P.O. Box 308
Newaygo, MI 49337
231.652.1655 (non-emergency)
*In cases of emergency always dial 911.

Fire Department; Fire Chief Jason Wolford
The Newaygo Fire Department is located at:
177 Cooperative Center Drive Newaygo, MI 49337 231.652.7788
*In cases of emergency always dial 911.

Simple Reminders
Please be aware that many of the City of Newaygo permits and applications require review and a set fee to be paid. Please research any costs you may incur during the process of business development by reviewing the city fee schedule located on our website, www.newaygocity.org under the “For Business” tab. Also, allow ample time for creation of your plans and review by the city.
Listed below are some reminders to check into before opening your business.

A. Zoning
a. Zoning Permits – The first thing to consider is whether the use you are planning in a certain location is permitted within the City of Newaygo zoning ordinance. You will find a copy of the Newaygo zoning ordinances at www.newaygocity.org, under the government tab.
b. Site Plan Review – If alternations to the site or building are planned than a sufficiently detailed site plan must be submitted to the Zoning Administrator with the zoning application for review. A simple site plan is usually sufficient for change of use on an existing building.
c. Signage – The City of Newaygo also regulates the signs placed in front and around your store front. For the Principal Shopping District all signs must also be approved by the regulating board. Refer to Chapter 5 and 15 of the Newaygo zoning ordinances or call the Zoning Administrator (231.652.1657 ext 211) for sign regulations.

B. Important Ordinance Information
a. Most permanent signs require a permit from the City. If you are unsure about whether or not your sign will require a permit be sure to check Chapter 5 of the zoning ordinance.
b. If you wish to have temporary signs representing your business you must follow the general sign provisions, Chapter 5, Section 5.03 of the zoning ordinance. This sections reads;
i. “No person shall erect, alter, place or permit to be placed, or replace any sign without first obtaining a zoning permit, provided the following signs shall not require a zoning permit: Temporary signs of four (4) square feet or less in area (One [1] per street frontage per business. Sign shall not be displayed for more than 60 days in a calendar year.)”
c. A zoning compliance form must be filled out and approved before any business can enter a building within the City of Newaygo. This form and other forms may be obtained on the city’s website under the government tab.

C. Building Permits and Inspections
Before embarking on any renovations, construction, electrical or plumbing projects, please confirm whether the projects you are undertaking require a building permit. Most construction related projects require a permit. For further questions, visit the city’s website or call the Building Inspector (231.224.3960).

D. Fire Issues
The City of Newaygo is served by the Newaygo Fire Department. Prior to businesses being opened it is necessary for the building to be inspected by the Fire Chief to ensure that the space meets the fire code. To contact the Newaygo Fire Department, call 231.652.7788, if you are unable to reach the Fire Department then feel free to contact the City Hall.

E. Trash and Snow Removal
If your business is located in the Principal Shopping District, trash service and snow removal are included in your quarterly fees. Businesses located uptown are responsible for their own trash service and snow removal.
F. Police Protection – The City of Newaygo is served by the Newaygo Police Department. If you have a non emergency related issue or a general question about theft, fraud, or counterfeit money, you are encouraged to call the Newaygo Police Department at 231.652.1655. In cases of emergency always dial 911.

G. Food Related Businesses: County Health Department
If you are preparing, serving, or selling food products be sure to contact the Newaygo County Health Department at 231.689.7382 to ensure that you are meeting all of the requirements to keep your food service safe and open to the public.

H. Downtown Businesses with attached Apartments
If you own or are renting a downtown business with an apartment attached, be sure to register as a landlord and have your apartments inspected; there is a fee for this. Send all new tenants to City Hall for a parking permit. This permit is free, but they must have it in their vehicle to avoid parking citations.

Being a Good Neighbor
You are sure to find good neighbors doing business both downtown and uptown in Newaygo. In order to ensure smooth relations, we ask your cooperation regarding the following issues.

Uptown District:

Snow Shoveling – Please keep the snow shoveled on the walks adjacent to your property. Keeping the snow cleared in front (or behind) of your business ensures that when others do the same the entire uptown area will be easy to navigate. If your business is located in the Principal Shopping District this service is provided to you through your quarterly fees to the city.

Sidewalk/Terrace Maintenance – It is the responsibility of the property owner/tenant to keep the sidewalks in and around your area clear of all barriers, trash, and weeds. If we all keep up our appearances, we’ll have a well maintained uptown.

Trash Removal – Please pick up the trash that is dropped on your property or blows in the wind. With the help of everyone in the area paying close attention to this issue the image of the entire town will be seen as clean and trash problems will not accumulate. This service is provided to the Principal Shopping District through quarterly fees paid to the city.

Both Uptown and Downtown Districts:

Employee Parking – Please encourage tenant and employee parking in places which are not prime parking for your/or other businesses in the downtown and uptown areas. It may be inconvenient for you, your employees, and your tenant’s to walk longer distances to their place of work, but the benefit to customers of the district will be invaluable.

Google Local Business Center
A great way to make sure that the public can find your new business is to be listed in Google. Once you are listed with Google you can be sure other internet sites, phone directories, etc will pick up your business information. You can control the information that Google displays about your business by “claiming your business” at; http://www.google.com/local/add

Available Study/Work Space Location
The Stream
1 State Rd.
Newaygo, MI 49337
231.452.6401
www.newaygostream.com
"Set in picturesque downtown Newaygo, The Stream is a hub of activities for the new economy, providing flexible workspace and business incubator space. Whether you're looking to grow your business or get some work done outside of your home or office, The Stream provides an innovative mix of knowledge, technology and support to help you accomplish your goals.”
With a membership for the Stream you will have access to office space, Wi-Fi internet, and conference rooms 24/7.

For more information on how to become a member of the Stream, please visit their website, www.newaygostream.com.
“The Stream, where talent flows"

Utilities

Electric
- Consumer Energy
o 2021 Hoyt St. Muskegon, MI 49444
o 1.800.477.5050
o www.consumersenergy.com
- Great Lakes Energy
o 1 Cooperative Center Dr. Newaygo, MI 49337
o 1.888.485.2537
o www.gtlakes.com

Gas
- DTE Energy
o 1.800.477.4747
o www.dteenergy.com

Garbage
- A Waste
o 9672 Colonial Avenue, Grant, MI 49327
o 231.834.9913
- Allied Waste
o 21545 West Cannonsville Road, Pierson
o 616.636.4096

Cable Television, Phone & Internet
- Charter
o 1100 E. Maple Street, Big Rapids, MI 49307
o 1.877.728.3814
o www.charter.com
- AT&T
o 3720 Alpine Ave. NW, Comstock Park
o 616.784.2804
o www.att.com
- NCATS (Internet)
o 4747 W 48th St., Fremont, MI 49412
o 231.924.8872
o www.ncats.net

Water/Sewer
- City Hall
o 28 State Rd., PO Box 308, Newaygo, MI 49337
o 231.652.1657
o www.newaygocity.org

Snow Removal
- Department of Public Works, The DPW is in charge of clearing city streets, downtown sidewalks, downtown parking lots, and public parks. Keep in mind that large hills and major streets will always be the first cleared before minor streets, downtown parking lots, and sidewalks are cleared of snow.
o 28 State Rd., PO Box 308, Newaygo, MI 49337
o 231.652.1657
o www.newaygocity.org

The Newaygo County Road Commission is in charge of clearing snow from the major highways/roads running through Newaygo. These major highways/roads are Highway M-37, Highway M-82 and 68th Street.

There are numerous private snow plowing services throughout Newaygo and Newaygo County. If you need plowing services search “Newaygo area snow plowing services” on your preferred internet based search engine.

Important Phone Numbers

City Hall (zoning, general questions, leaf and brush pickup, streets, water, sewer, etc…)
- Phone: 231.652.1657 ext. 210
- Fax: 231.652.1650

Police (Non Emergency)
- Phone: 231.652.1655
- In cases of emergency always dial 911

Building Inspector (Duane Cruzan)
- Phone: 231.224.3960
- Fax: 888.825.7654

Assessor (Dan Kirwin)
- Phone: 231.652.1657 ext. 216
- Fax: 231.652.1650

Voter Registration and Elections (Kim Biegalle)
- Phone: 231.652.1657 ext. 222

Treasurer and Taxes (Carol Sherwood)
- Phone: 231.652.1657 ext. 212

River Country Chamber of Commerce
- Phone: 231.652.3068

Newaygo Area District Library
- Phone: 231.652.6723

Newaygo School District Administration Office
- Phone: 231.652.6984
- Fax: 231.652.6505

Newaygo Post Office
- 231.652.6677

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How do I pay my water/sewer bill?
A: There are many ways of paying your water/sewer bill.
- You can come to city hall Monday through Friday between 7:30am and 4:00pm, paying by cash, check or credit card.
- You may mail your check payment to the City of Newaygo, 28 State Rd, PO Box 308, Newaygo, MI 49337.
- You may visit our website at www.newaygocity.org and pay online directly from your checking/savings account or credit card.
- You may set up recurring payments for your utility bills through your online user account.
- Lastly, you can drop off check payments after hours in our “drop box” located on the north side of city hall.

Q: Can I pay my taxes online?
A: Yes, using the same methods as your water/sewer bill except for recurring payments.

Q: What are the hours that city hall is open?
A: City hall is open Monday through Friday from 7:30am to 4:00pm

Q: Where is the post office and what is the phone number?
A: The post office is located Downtown at 136 W Wood St, Newaygo, MI 49337. Their phone is 231.652.6677

Q: Where do I look up zoning code or ordinances?
A: There are two places where Newaygo Zoning Ordinances and the Code of Ordinances can be found. The first place where they can be located is on the city’s website at www.newaygocity.org under the business tab located in the “Newaygo Community” section. If you do not find them there, you may also go to www.municode.com and select the State of Michigan and then Newaygo.

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City of Newaygo

28 State Road
Newaygo, Michigan 49337
Phone (231) 652-1657
Monday through Friday, 7:30a-4:00p
Emergency: Phone 911