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The official budgeting process for fiscal year (FY) 2015 began in January 2014 when the City Council held the annual "Coffee with Council," followed by its annual retreat in February 2014

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America in Bloom (AIB) is an independent, non-profit organization that envisions communities across the country as welcoming and vibrant places to live, work, and play - benefitting from colorful p

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On behalf of the Holland/Zeeland Community Labor Day Truck Parade Foundation, we would like to invite you to attend and participate in the 2014 Truck Parade taking place on September 1, 2014. 

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Join the Holland Recreation Division for the annual Labor Day BoardWALK! The walk will begin at Heinz Waterfront Walkway and will continue along the Kollen Park Boardwalk and Window on the Waterfront and will end at Windmill Island Gardens.  Transportation will be provided to transport walkers back to Heinz Waterfront Walkway.  Continental Breakfast will be served at Windmill Island Gardens.

 

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Twenty exceptional summer gardens were entered into the “Blizzards to Blooms” Garden Contest conducted as a part of the City of Holland’s participation in the 2014 America in Bloo

HOLLAND – Each year, the City of Holland’s Finance Department produces a Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) for the fiscal year ending June 30.  For the past 22 years, the City's CAFR has received annual recognition from the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) of the United States and Canada.

To receive recognition, the City must comply with the highest standards for disclosure and provide pertinent trend information beyond that which is required by the Governmental Accounting Standards Board.

HOLLAND – The City of Holland partnered with Escape Ministries, Ottawa County Michigan Works, Michigan West Coast Chamber of Commerce, Manpower, Lakeshore Advantage, and the City of Holland’s Department of Public Safety to continue the Holland Youth Connections Work program for at-risk youth.  The City of Holland is particularly excited about the recent expansion of the Program to 77 public school students from Holland, Wavecrest, West Ottawa, Hamilton and other areas.  These employment opportunities provide youth at-risk with job experience, career skills, and a chance to serve their communities.  Since the implementation of this program, the Summer Youth Program grew from 12 students and revenues of $20,020 in the summer of 2013 to 77 youth and employer and donor revenues of $132,970 in the summer of 2014.  We are grateful specifically to the 20 employers and 40 donors that made this expansion possible.

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Ottawa County now has the capability to activate sirens county wide for weather related issues, such as tornado warnings.