The West Michigan Shoreline Regional Development Commission is a federal and state designated regional planning and development agency serving 120 local governments in Lake, Mason, Muskegon, Newaygo, and Oceana Counties.
WMSRDC is also responsible for the management and administration of the homeland security program for the counties of Clare, Ionia, Isabella, Kent, Lake, Mason, Mecosta, Montcalm, Muskegon, Newaygo, Oceana, Osceola, and Ottawa.
WMSRDC is also the planning agency for the metropolitan transportation planning (MPO) program for Muskegon and Northern Ottawa Counties.
Please review WMSRDC's 2013 Annual Report which highlights many of WMSRDC's accomplishments on behalf of local communities. WMSRDC would like to thank its many partners for their support and assistance.
The 2014 Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) Plan and Summary are now available. The six-page summary provides a synopsis of the CEDS document including an explanation of the CEDS process, brief regional profile, a list of the 2014 CEDS projects, and recent economic investments in the region.
Check out the August/September Issue of the WMSRDC Newsletter. Read about:
- Fish and Wildlife Habitat Restoration
- Regional Prosperity Alliance General Session
- Great Lakes Legacy Act Clean Up Projects
- WMSRDC Working with Port of Muskegon
- Fred Meijer Berry Junction Trail Update
- Homeland Security Grant Update
- Hazard Mitigation Public Review Opportunity
- And much more!
What is Your View of Muskegon Lake and White Lake?
What is best about these lakes?
How do they compare to other places in West Michigan?
What investments should our community make in order to continue to improve the quality of the lakes and access to them?
Please share your thoughts on these and other questions by following one of the links below and completing a 12-minute confidential survey.
The two surveys are nearly identical, so we assume you will have time and interest to complete one survey only.
If this is the case, complete the survey for the lake with which you are more familiar – White Lake or Muskegon Lake.