200 HYDE ST, KALKASKA, MI 49646
Located in the center of Kalkaska County in northwest lower Michigan, Kalkaska is home to about 2,100 residents – as well the National Trout Festival, Winterfest, the KART trail, Kalkaska Public Schools, the Kalkaska Memorial Health Center, the Kaliseum, two industrial parks, a bustling business district, and an historic downtown. With plentiful business, educational, transportation, and recreational opportunities, the Village of Kalkaska plays an important role both in the county and the region. more »
A draft Kalkaska Village Master Plan and Recreation Plan is now available for review. more »
Please join us at the Stone House Education Center on June 14 at 6 PM for a discussion on community issues and strategies. more »
The Village of Kalkaska is creating a new Master Plan, which will guide and shape local land use and other community decisions. We hope you'll join us in this endeavor. more »
As a resident and stakeholder of the Village of Kalkaska, your input and opinions are key to the planning process.
The Village of Kalkaska is hosting a New Economy workshop on Thursday, January 27, 2011, 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Kalkaska Village offices. more »