Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office
City of Hudsonville
Sgt. Jeff Steigenga, Supervisor
To preserve public order, to support the constitution of the State of Michigan and to enforce all laws and ordinances of our state, county, townships, and cities.
Deputies Assigned to the City of Hudsonville
- Deputy Chad Klaver
- Deputy Ryan Popma (Hudsonville Schools)
- Deputy Jim Scholma
- Deputy Jessica Havens
- Deputy Dustin Updyke
Effective July 1, 2006, the City of Hudsonville entered into a contract with the County of Ottawa, through the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office, to transfer its police functions and responsibilities to the Sheriff’s Office. The Sheriff's Office will continue to provide 24-hour law enforcement services to the City of Hudsonville and their 7,263 residents.
The primary office for local Sheriff’s Office operations is located within the City of Hudsonville City Hall. The Sheriff's Office in the City Hall is open weekdays from 8:00am to 4:00pm. The office can be contacted at (616) 669-0010 for non-emergency questions or call the Sheriff's Office Headquarters at (888) 731-1001 or (616) 738-4000. The Sheriff’s Office is part of the Ottawa County Central Dispatch 911 System. All requests for law enforcement service should be made to Central Dispatch at (800) 249-0911 (non-emergency) or in the case of an emergency, call 911 directly.
Seasonal Parking Limitations: To ensure that city streets can be plowed and salted after heavy snowfalls, the city enforces the following citywide parking ordinance: Between the dates of November 1 and April 1, parking is prohibited on all city streets between the hours of 2:00am and 6:00am.
Please make arrangements to move your vehicle off the street during these hours or a Civil Infraction Notice (ticket) will be issued to the owner of the vehicle. Please help keep our streets safe this winter by complying with our Seasonal Parking Limitations.
Purchase Permit for a Hand Gun
An individual may apply for a License to Purchase a Pistol (LTP) at any police agency in the state that issues LTP forms. The purchaser must send the Michigan State Police (MSP) copy of the LTP to the agency that issued it.
Present a valid picture ID (such as a driver’s license) at the Sheriff's Office. A criminal records check will be conducted. Once the record check is completed, a permit will be issued and it MUST be used within 30 days or it is void. Once you have purchased your hand gun you MUST return the MSP Copy of the Application and License to Purchase a Pistol form to the Sheriff’s Office within 10 days.
If an individual purchases a pistol from a Federal Firearm Licensed (FFL) dealer, a LTP is not required. However, a Purchase Sales Record (PSR) must be completed and the seller’s FFL number must be recorded on that form. If you buy without the LTP you must return the MSP copy to the police agency where your residency is. The purchaser must send the MSP copy of the PSR to the law enforcement agency in the jurisdiction where he/she resides.
In conjunction with the Ottawa County Health Department, there is a pharmaceutical collection box located in the lobby at City Hall for residents to dispose of unwanted drugs/medications.
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