Muskegon, Michigan is located in Muskegon County and the city is the county seat. Muskegon is along the Muskegon Township southwest corner. The city along the eastern shores of Lake Michigan is the largest in the area.
Some notable companies that have corporate offices in Muskegon are L3 Communications, Alcoa, and Johnson Technologies.
The Stevenson Center for Higher Education located on the Muskegon Community College campus operates programs from Western Michigan University, Grand Valley State University and Ferris State University. The design behind the center is to give students of Muskegon Community College the ability to complete a bachelors/ masters degree from one of the universities without having to leave the city.
On Independence day the city begins an eleven day festival called the Muskegon Summer Celebration. The festival hosts national music acts to play at Heritage Landing along the shores of Muskegon Lake. The festival also includes an art and street fair, craft market and carnival rides.
The city was once called the "Lumber Queen of the World" because of its dense collection of lumber and rich collection of sawmills that were used to rebuild Chicago after the Windy City experienced the Great Chicago Fire. During this time period the city of Muskegon had more millionaires than any other in America featuring the highest per capita income for a brief period in the United States.
The local yellowpages of your city can be found in the Michigan yellow page state directory here on the ChamberofCommerce.com business directory.
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