Michigan Governor Whitmer's new Executive Order 2020-59 allows golf courses to open during the Covid-19 pandemic.
In order to play golf, you will need to pay in advance for your green fees by credit card only. Please call (269) 469-4888 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. EST - 6:00 p.m. EST to pay to play.
Once you have paid for green fees, there will be no refunds available.
Please practice social distancing at all times by remaining at least six feet away from anyone that is not a part of your household. Make sure that you abide by all CDC safety guidelines.
The Pro Shop will remain closed until the Governor's Stay Home, Stay Safe Executive Order is lifted.
Please note that many of the executive orders have been rescinded and some have been replaced with new executive orders.
Although many people have questions regarding the “Stay Home, Stay Safe” Executive Order signed by Governor Whitmer, Berrien County residents are requested to not call the Berrien County Public Safety Dispatch Center with their questions or concerns regarding possible violations.
The Berrien County Sheriff’s Office is working closely with the Health Department to attempt to handle these calls through the Berrien County COVID-19 Response Hotline (800) 815-5485.
The county needs to keep their dispatchers available to answer emergency 9-1-1 calls and other calls for service where a police, fire or EMS response is needed.
Sheriff Paul Bailey is asking residents to review the Executive Order before making a formal complaint, since many exceptions apply.
Stay Home, Stay Safe Executive Order 2020-59
The Berrien County Sheriff’s Department has established an online tip form to handle the non-emergency reports of violations of the Executive Order issued by the Governor.
Berrien County will receive the tips and will then notify local jurisdictions of any complaints.
Fill out a tip form at www.bcsheriff.org/ExecutiveOrderTip.
The Governor's Executive Order 2020-100 extends Executive Order 2020-96 that has been referred to as the Stay Home, Stay Safe order. The governor has repeatedly made changes to the order, rescinded orders and created new orders.
Executive Order 2020-96 is the most current Stay Home, Stay Safe Order. The order is in effect through June 12, 2020 at 11:59 pm EST.
Governor Whitmer's Executive Order 2020-70 states that short term rentals and vacation rentals are not allowed during this time.
The exact statement in the order is as follows:
"No one shall rent a short-term vacation property except as necessary to assist in housing a health care professional or volunteer aiding in the response to the COVID-19 pandemic or a volunteer who is aiding in the same".
You can read Executive Order 2020-70 here.
Due to the possibility of spreading the Covid-19 virus, the park facilities are closed. The playground equipment and the basketball/pickleball court are closed until further notice.
The tennis courts are open for play.
Our police department will be monitoring these areas and instructing violators to leave. People who do not comply will be issued tickets.
Please follow the governor's orders and help prevent the spread of this virus.