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Ottawa County is collecting information on broadband internet throughout the County. As a resident, business owner, or organization representative, you can help by taking the Ottawa County Broadband Survey. Please click through to access the survey.
Applications are now being accepted for the Fall Peddlers' Market. Please click through to access the application.
The traffic signal switch over to flashing red & yellow lights at the Centennial & Washington Avenue intersection (intended to begin on July 3, 2017) has been unexpectedly delayed. More details of this switch over once implemented are below:
The Soundz of Summer Concert Series begins on Tuesday, July 11th. Click through for more on this summers music line-up.
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The City of Zeeland's City Manager now has a Twitter account - you can follow him at @zeelcitymanager.
For updates on the Elm Street Reconstruction Project, please click through.
Zinio has become RB Digital. Your login information has not changed, the magazines you checked out are still in your account, and the website used to check out the magazines is the same. Besides for the name, the only real change resulting from this is an...Learn more...
The next book club discussion will be on August 1st! This month's book is Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend, by Katarina Bivald. Join us at 6:30 PM in the Board Room. Books are available at the front desk.
Starting in July, Lindsey will have extended hours! This means that she will be able to assist you with your technology questions 3 days a week instead of 2. Here are her new hours: Tuesdays: 11:45 AM - 8 PMWednesdays: 9:30 - 5 Fridays: 9:30 - 5
1,000 Books before Kindergarten starts on May 1st! Pick up your first reading log (Books 1-100) from the Youth Desk at the Howard Miller Library in Zeeland. Read any book to your child (Newborn to entering Kindergarten), and color in an animal shape. When...
In cooperation with the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Community Center has become a flag disposal site. There is a box located in the lobby of the Community Center at the west end. This is a way to respectfully dispose of your American flags.
Did you know the library has a Facebook page? It does! And it's a great way to stay up-to-date with the library's events and news :) It gets updated daily and features great pictures. We also have a new Instagram account - Check us out!