COVID-19 Updates & Information from Public Health »

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.

More Information »

Department of Public Health

Tobacco Prevention

No-Cigs for our Kids

The No Cigs for Our Kids Campaign is a multi-county campaign partnership with Allegan, Berrien, Muskegon and Ottawa Counties to reduce youth access to tobacco at area retailers. Components of then campaign include regular law enforcement tobacco compliance checks along with vendor education to retailers who want to avoid selling tobacco products to minors.

Ottawa County Clean Indoor Air Regulation

On January 14, 2020, the Ottawa County Board of Commissioners approved revisions to the 2008 Ottawa County Regulation Eliminating Smoking in Public and Private Worksites and Public Places. This regulation is now titled the Ottawa County Clean Indoor Air Regulation. The purpose of this regulation is to protect public health and welfare by regulating smoking and the use of any tobacco products in public places and places of employment and recreation. The revisions provide the ability of the Sheriff's Office to enforce these regulations and for progressive penalties for people who violate the regulation. Any individuals found in violation of the ordinance shall be guilty of an infraction, leading to a warning and fines.

If you want to make a complaint regarding a violation of this ordinance, click here.
For more information about Michigan's Smoke-Free Air Law, click here.

Free Resources to Quit Smoking