The Apportionment Commission has released an interactive GIS application that shares the draft apportionment plans being reviewed. This application will allow the public to view potential plans and has an area for the public to provide comments on the plans. Once comments have been reviewed, they will be shown on a public comments viewer section of the application.
To view the Muskegon County Apportionment Plan Review Dashboard, CLICK HERE.
Whitehall Township senior citizens can now register to use the Whitehall Viking Athletic Center for free. Sign up at the Athletic Center to use the facility from October through March 2022. You will need your driver’s license or proof of age/residency when signing up.
Regular Township Board meetings are held the 4th Monday of every month at 4:30pm, at the township hall: 7644 Durham Road, Whitehall, MI 49461.
Whitehall Township Board Meeting Schedule
The Board of Whitehall Township of Muskegon County, Michigan has
adopted a meeting schedule for fiscal year 2021-2022 as follows below.
Workshop meeting may be cancelled with up to 24 hours notice.
Sessions may be conducted upon request at a location other than the administrative offices.
Month Board Meeting
April (2021) 26
May (2021) 24
June (2021) 28
July (2021) 26
August (2021) 23
September (2021) 27
October (2021) 25
November (2021) 22
December (2021) No Meetings
January (2022) 24
February (2022) 28
March (2022) 7
March (2022) 28
The March 7th meeting will be the Budget
Meeting for the year of 2022 – 2023 at 4:30pm
The above Board Meetings will commence at 4:30 PM. Special meetings
& Workshop meetings may be called as needed pursuant to the Open
Meeting Act. All meetings will be at Whitehall Township Hall at 7644
Durham Road, Whitehall MI unless otherwise modified by special
The public and/or interested citizens are welcome to attend the above
meetings when the Whitehall Township Board meets to consider all
matters before the Board.
FEMA is providing COVID-19 funeral expense relief for expenses incurred after January 20, 2020. These funds are specifically for funerals of those who passed away from COVID-19. FEMA will begin accepting applications in April. Please see the link for more information on who is eligible, how to apply, and how funds will be received. Feel free to reach out with any questions.
COVID-19 Funeral Assistance | FEMA.gov
Donata Kidd, Director
Department of Health & Human Services
Senior Resources – Did you know that there are several resources available for seniors in our community? A senior is anyone aged 60 or over. Call 2-11 on your telephone to get information on resources available, or visit Senior Resources West Michigan website at: https://seniorresourceswmi.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Senior-Millage-provider-listing.pdf