The Mission of the Muskegon County Department of Veterans Affairs is to fulfill President Lincolns’ promise "To care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow, and his orphan" by providing accurate, efficient, and timely services to maximize benefits for Muskegon County Veterans and their families.
Muskegon VA Outpatient Clinic
The clinic is now located at:
5000 Hakes Drive
Norton Shores, MI 49441
MUSKEGON COUNTY IS FOLLOWING THE STATE OF MICHIGAN’S RECOMMENDATION IN PREVENTING THE SPREAD OF THE COVID-19/CORONAVIRUS TO PROTECT THE OVERALL PUBLIC HEALTH OF OUR CITIZENS, FAMILIES, AND EMPLOYEES.
COUNTY OFFICES WILL BE CLOSED MARCH 16, 2020 THROUGH APRIL 5, 2020.
DURING THIS TIME, OUR DEPARTMENT WILL HAVE 3 STAFF MEMBERS AVAILABLE TO ASSIST (VIA PHONE / E-MAIL CONVERSATIONS) VETERANS NEEDING TO APPLY FOR VA COMPENSATION OR EMERGENCY RELIEF.
WE CAN BE REACHED IN OUR OFFICES AT 231-724-7143, 231-724-6121, OR VIA E-MAIL AT BAAUWMI@CO.MUSKEGON.MI.US.
WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE, BUT WILL TRY TO MAKE THIS AS PAINLESS AS POSSIBLE DURING THIS NEXT 3 WEEKS.
PROUDLY SPONSORED BY:
Update on Veterans Memorial Park:
The South end of Veterans Memorial Park has always had araised berm which has protected the park from the river. Since 1979, theSouth end of the park also had a structure and pump system to keep the parkfrom being flooded during high water tables. During the construction overthe past couple of years, the water control Structure had been removed.
The South end of the Veterans Memorial Park again has aStructure and pump in place to control the water levels. The opening andclosing of the structure will be based on water levels. For moreinformation on that, please contact Kathy Evans at West Michigan ShorelineRegional Development Commission (WMSRDC)@ 231-722-7878.
On September 9, 2019 the Veterans Advisory Committee requested that we ask the Parks Committee to explore what it would takephysically and financially to raise the berm, install a Structure to controlwater levels, and a pump system on the North end of the park.
If and when the Parks Committee provides the physical andfinancial requirements to raise the berm, install a water level controlstructure, and install a pump system, the Veterans Advisory Committee will lookat ways to fund the project without using Muskegon County tax dollars.
VETERANS PARK FLAG UPDATE
The Flag is currently not flying at Veterans Memorial Park because the Cable inside the 70’ flagpole broke. The City of Muskegon is working on getting this repaired.