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Posted on: May 6, 2020

Dock Notice - Dock Owners on Public Property within the Cadillac City Limits

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that Chapter 26, Article IV of the City Code of the City of Cadillac permits the placement of docks and boat hoists between Seneca Place and Kenwood Park on certain public lands, but not including road ends.  The name and address of the owner or owners of any dock, boat hoist or related apparatus on public property must be permanently affixed to the structure in letters not less than two (2) inches in height.  The letters should be clearly visible from the street or road.  No docks are allowed on City park property. No dock or boat hoist shall be placed or constructed in such a manner as to interfere with the normal and customary use of other similar structures in the immediate area.  Due to the Stay Home, Stay Safe Executive Order issued by Governor Whitmer, docks and boat hoists and similar apparatus will be allowed between 10:00 am on May 16, 2020 and November 15, 2020. 

Docks and Boat Hoists between Seneca Place and Kenwood Park

 The placement of docks between Seneca Place and Kenwood Park will be allowed on a first come, first serve basis.  Spaces will be numbered by the North Boulevard Marina Association.  Numbered flags will be placed which can be picked up and delivered to the North Boulevard Marina Association for registration.  The user will have until June 1 to place a dock at the reserved space.  An annual fee is required and payment is due on day of claim.  Structures in violation of this Article may be removed and impounded by the City at the owner’s expense.

Suspension of Road-End Dock Installation Program

            Due to changes in Michigan law, the City has suspended the issuance of authorization letters for the installation of docks at public road ends.  This suspension applies only to docks at public road ends.

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