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The City Library Advisory Board provides recommendations and feedback to the Coldwater City Council and the Branch District Library Board on the operation of the Heritage Room and Coldwater Branch of the Branch District Library.
The City of Coldwater Planning Commission serves as an advisory group of the city. The commission administers the Coldwater Comprehensive Plan that sets forth the policies, guidelines and land use designations for long-range development of the city.
The Coldwater Board of Public Utilities offer Electric, Telecom, Water and Wastewater services for the City of Coldwater.
The City of Coldwater is organized under the Council / Manager form of government. The Mayor and Council are the legislative body and the city’s decision makers. Power is centralized in the elected Mayor and Council which approves the budget, tax and utility rates. The Mayor and Council also focus on the community’s goals, major projects and such long term considerations as community growth, land use development, capital improvement plans, capital financing and strategic planning.
The Housing Commission oversees the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program. Visit the Coldwater Housing Commission website for more information.
The Historic District Commission promotes an awareness of the community's heritage, identifies local preservation concerns, attends workshops and seminars relating to preservation management, studies public policies designed to protect and preserve local history, provide opportunities for residents to share and shape their historical legacy.
The City of Coldwater Zoning Board of Appeals has two primary responsibilities. The first of these is to interpret the language of the City of Coldwater Zoning Ordinance when its meaning is unclear, or when there is uncertainty as to whether the language applies to a particular situation. The board is also responsible for the interpretation of the zoning map, including questions concerning the location of zoning district boundaries.
The Downtown Development Authority (DDA) encourages historic preservation, creating and implementing development plans to promote economic growth, and to correct and prevent deterioration in the District.
The Coldwater Recreation Department encourages you to adventure out for a spook-tacular time in the Haunted Forest! For younger guests, the early session is less scary. The later session is scary. The Haunted Forest will take place on Friday, Oct. 14 and Saturday, Oct. 15. The Less Scary session starts at 5:00 PM and goes until 7:30 PM on both days and the Scary session begins at 7:30 PM and goes until 9:00 PM on both days. Cost is $5.00 per Person.