Downtown Development Authority
GRSD Sewer Authority Board
Local Revenue Sharing Board
Park and Recreation Board
Zoning Board of Appeals
ATTENTION: BEACH PARKING FEES INCREASED TO $12.00
EXACT CHANGE AND CREDIT CARDS ONLY
Thank you for your patience & understanding.
LIVE STREAM OF THE NEW BUFFALO HARBOR
MICHIGAN FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT (revised 7/1/15)
TOTAL 2016 ATTORNEY FEES FOR MFOIA REQUESTS - $18,828.25
*Fees do not cover loss of employee time spent fulfilling MFOIA requests
Please find more information listed below. You can also find this on the City Clerk's part of the website. If you have any questions, please contact the City Clerk at 269-469-1500 or email@example.com.
City Utility Bill Auto-Pay
Auto-Pay is available for City utility bills (water, sanitary sewer, and garbage/ recycling). Please print, fill-out, and return this Authorization for Withdrawals form to sign up for auto-pay.
Is Your Train on Time?
Welcome to the City of New Buffalo: The Gateway of Michigan!
BEACH PARKING FEES INCREASED TO
EXACT CHANGE AND CREDIT CARDS ONLY
The City would like to thank you for your patience and understanding as we make this transition to the new rate.
FOIA REQUEST SUMMARY
Please click on the date for a FOIA request summary for that time period
NEW BUFFALO CITY PROPERTY TAX INFORMATION
Please click here for frequently asked questions about general property tax information. It is a helpful tool that also features a website to look up tax information.
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO RECEIVE MEETING NOTIFICATIONS AND CITY PROJECT UPDATES, PLEASE ENTER YOUR EMAIL BELOW TO SUBSCRIBE.
Please click here for the 2016 Water Quality Report Information. Hard copies of the report are also available at City Hall. To find more information please see the Water Department page under the Staff & Departments tab.
North Whittaker Street Redevelopment Phase I
The City of New Buffalo and the New Buffalo Downtown Development Authority invite you to join them in celebrating the beginning of $4 million of investment in New Buffalo downtown.
This project was made possible, in part, due to a generous $1.6 million grant from The Pokagon Fund.
Week of June 12, 2017
Construction work is nearing completion on Phase I. The following is intended as a general
Work completed, week of 6/5/2017:
Work anticipated, week of 6/12/2017:
Work anticipated, week of 6/19/2017:
Next public tailgate meeting:
No additional tailgate meetings are planned.
For more information click on City Projects, then North Whittaker Redevelopment.
Click here to download the 2017-2018 Budget. Previous years' budgets and annual audits are available on the Treasurer's Office page.
LEAF AND YARD WASTE PICK-UP
Lakeshore Recycling and Disposal will be collecting all yard waste from April 1, 2017- October 31, 2017 every Wednesday. Materials collected include grass, brush, leaves, weeds and limbs up to 4” in diameter and no longer than 4 feet. All material other than limbs should be in biodegradable bags, 32 gallon can or bundle tied with a 50 pound limit. Limbs must be placed in small neat piles or bundle tied, 50 pound limit. Residents may lease a 95 gallon yard waste cart from Lakeshore at a rate of $3.00/month billed to the resident.
THE CITY WILL STOP COLLECTING LOOSE LEAVES ON THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 2017.
CURBSIDE COLLECTION WILL START AGAIN IN THE FALL. IN THE MEANTIME YOU MAY PLACE BAGGED LEAVES ON WEDNESDAYS FOR PICK UP BY LAKESHORE AS LISTED ABOVE. IN ADDITION TO THE LAKESHORE PICKUP,THE CITY WILL CHIP BRUSH THE 2ND AND 4TH THURSDAY EACH MONTH AND FROM MAJOR STORM DAMAGE.
RECYCLING AND SOLID WASTE COLLECTION SERVICES
Lakeshore Recycling and Disposal is the City's recycling and solid waste contractor. They may be reached at 269-231-5623 or 877-LAKE-877
Solid waste collection occurs every Wednesday.
Lakeshore will also conduct recycling collection services every other week on Wednesdays, for 2017:
All recyclables collected previously will be collected by Lakeshore.
Please contact City Hall at 469-1500 with any questions or concerns.
Please click here to view the 2016 City of New Buffalo Audit.
Japanese Knotwood Information
Japanese Knotweed is an invasive plant that has been found in some locations in New Buffalo as well as neighboring communities. This plant can damage roads, pipes, sewer lines & building foundations. It can also choke out native vegetation, increasing erosion, degrading water quality and hurting habitat for fish and wildlife.
For more information regarding this plant please click here.
For more information from Berrien Conservation District regarding High Priority Invasive Species please click here.
The City has the DRAFT Master Plan available to view by clicking here. This link was updated on May 2, 2016 which includes an updated page 17.
LIVE STREAM OF THE NEW BUFFALO HARBOR
2016 HARBOR SOUNDINGS
Please click here to see the 2016 soundings of the New Buffalo Harbor. The depth readings are based off the mean lake levels. The water is currently at a gage of plus 2.7 feet above LWD, so please make sure you add 2.7 feet to all the depth readings off the soundings map.
Follow the latest news and discussions from the DDA Board on their blog, click here.
THE CITY NEEDS YOUR HELP
City residents, if you are interested in serving on any of these board positions, please click here to fill out the application. You may also submit a resume with the application and send in to the City Clerk, Lori Vander Clay 224 West Buffalo Street, New Buffalo, MI 49117, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, please call City Hall, 269-469-1500.
1 Alternate (May 2019)
1 Member (May 2019)
1 Member (May 2017)
New Buffalo Historic Walking Tour
The New Buffalo Parks Department along with friends are proud to bring back the Walking Tour of Historic Interest. Click here to view the brochure or stop at the beach and pick one up today. Enjoy the walk!
View Recorded Meetings and Watch Live
The City of New Buffalo has begun recording city meetings that are now available for the public to watch along with the ability to watch live broadcast meetings. Currently the City Council, Planning Commission, Downtown Development Authority and the Zoning Board of Appeals are being recorded. To view the meetings, please click on “View Recorded Meetings” on the left hand side of the home page on the city’s website. The new system has had a few technical errors and we are working diligently on getting those resolved.
This page last updated on 6/20/2017.
Upcoming City Meetings
Please see calendar above for details.
6/20 City Council
7/6 Harbor Commission
7/10 Park Board
7/11 Planning Comm.
7/18 City Council
Other Upcoming Meetings
Please also see calendar above for details
7/11 - Library
7/11 - LRSB
7/26 - GRSD
The City of New Buffalo Fire Department is accepting applications for volunteer firefighter. Must complete Firefighter I & II courses within two years of hire. Applications are available at City Hall, 224 W. Buffalo St., or at the City website: www.cityofnewbuffalo.org
Please see our bike safety
page and a bike safety letter
from the Friends of Harbor
Country Trails – stay safe!
The City Needs Your Help
City residents, if you are interested in serving on any of these board positions, please send a letter of interest to the City Council, 224 West Buffalo Street, New Buffalo, MI 49117, or email:
For more information, please call City Hall, 269-469-1500.