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The Ottawa County Fillmore Complex in West Olive is currently without power, impacting its ability to serve customers.

This includes the Sheriff headquarters, Clerk, Register of Deeds and Treasurer offices as well as today's inmate visits at the jail and hearings in the West Olive court. Other locations such as Holland, Grand Haven and Hudsonville are operating and providing services and hearings.

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Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC)


Public Notice

The Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) of Ottawa County makes notice that its emergency response plans and inventory forms are available for public review. The Ottawa County LEPC, mandated under Title III of the Superfund Amendment Reauthorization Act, exists to develop and implement emergency response plans for industrial and agricultural incidents involving hazardous materials releases. Persons wishing to review the Ottawa County LEPC’s emergency response plans, and/or inventory forms may contact the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Department at the address below. This public notice is made in accordance with the Superfund Amendment Reauthorization Act, Title III and Section324.


The Ottawa County LEPC will hold its bimonthly meetings for the year 2019 as follows:

  • Wednesday, January 16
  • Wednesday, March 20
  • Wednesday, May 15
  • Wednesday, July 17
  • Wednesday, September 18
  • Wednesday, November 20

The January, March and November meetings are held at the Ottawa County Fillmore Street Complex, 12220 Fillmore St., West Olive, MI 49460 at 10:00 AM. The May, July and September meetings may be held at various locations throughout the county. You may call the office to find out the location of those meetings at the first of the applicable month.

The meetings are open to the public with discussion consisting of reports from the Training & Exercising, Public Relations & Promotions and Executive Committees. The Ottawa County LEPC is dedicated to helping our community better meet its responsibilities in regards to potential chemical incidents. Contact Ottawa County Emergency Management Director Nick Bonstell at 616-738-4050 or LEPC Coordinator Derek Schroeder at 616-738-4051 for further information.