Petoskey News

Jan 22,2020

Council Approves Bid for Kalamazoo Street Improvements

Meeting in regular session, Monday, January 20, 2020, City Council authorized contracting with Tri-County Excavating Group, LLC, Harbor Springs, for Kalamazoo Avenue street improvements.

Jan 22,2020

DDA & DMB Elect Officers

Meeting in regular session, Tuesday, January 21, 2020, the Downtown Development Authority and Downtown Management Board elected Reg Smith to serve as Chairperson and Ben Slocum as Vice Chairperson and set the annual meeting schedule to 7:00 P.M., the third Tuesday of each month.

Jan 22,2020

February ZBA Meeting Canceled

The regular meeting of the City of Petoskey Zoning Board of Appeals scheduled for 7:00 P.M., Tuesday, February 4, 2020 has been cancelled due to a lack of agenda items. The next regular meeting is scheduled for 7:00 P.M., Tuesday, March 3, 2020.

Dec 17,2019

2020 Action Plan

City Council approved the 2020 Action Plan at their December 16 meeting.  The plan identifies City goals and strategies.

Dec 10,2019

Medical Marihuana Provisioning Facility Information

Click here to view the application, ordinances and supplemental materials concerning medical marihuana provisioning facilities.

Dec 05,2019

Students Share Lego Rendition of Bear River Fish Passage Project

Petoskey middle and elementary school students shared to City staff their Lego rendition of a conceptual design of a potential fish passage project on the Bear River. In 2020, the City will continue its current efforts to re-engineer the Lake Street Dam through a series of public meetings. For more information on the planning project, please visit https://bit.ly/2ZwT93G. Staff thanked the students for the presentation and congratulated all those involved.

Nov 25,2019

Winter Parking Restrictions In Effect

The Winter-Season Parking Regulations begin December 1 and continue until April 1.  These restriction are enforced nightly, regardless of weather or snow accumulation.    

 

Oct 15,2019

Video Highlighting City's Efforts to Transition to Clean Energy Sources (click here)

In collaboration with the Petoskey Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation and the CS Mott Foundation, the City has initiated efforts to transition to clean energy sources.
 

Sep 06,2019

City Seeks Master Planning Public Involvement

Petoskey community launches "Livable Petoskey."  Preservation of natural resources, efforts to build the local economy, and management of climate variability impacts are all necessary to continue our region’s high quality of life.  As part of the master plan update process, these issues will be discussed.

Jun 20,2019

City Approves 100% Renewable Energy by 2035

City Council recently adopted a resolution approving a vision of 100% renewable energy powering the City's electric needs by 2035. The City of Petoskey has adopted the 2014 Petoskey Master Plan that addresses environmental, economic and social goals pertaining to long-term sustainability and resiliency within the community. The Master Plan also encourages the City to work with the Michigan Public Power Agency (MPPA) and other jurisdictions to develop and utilize alternative, renewable energy resources. City Council adopted the 2018 Action Plan with Goal Five to Develop and Promote Community Sustainability Measures by conserving energy and promoting energy efficiencies and the use of clean and renewable energy.  Addressing energy use and climate change with renewable energy goals provides an opportunity for the City to move towards greater community sustainability and resiliency.

Apr 19,2018

Voluntary Renewable Energy Program

Help contribute to making our community a greener place by enrolling in the City's Voluntary Green Pricing Program. Create a better future for Petoskey for only 1¢ per kilowatt hour!

Petoskey middle and elementary school students shared to City staff their Lego rendition of a conceptual design of a potential fish passage project on the Bear River. In 2020, the City will continue its current efforts to re-engineer the Lake Street Dam through a series of public meetings. For more information on the planning project, please visit https://bit.ly/2ZwT93G. Staff thanked the students for the presentation and congratulated all those involved.