North Shore Center
Sandy Pines continues working with Salem Township, Allegan County Emergency Management, The Michigan State Police Hazard Mitigation Team and FEMA in regards to protecting the residents of Sandy Pines in the event of severe weather. In the fall of 2018 our grant request was approved by FEMA to construct a two story storm shelter.
The Sandy Pines Storm Committee has worked with the architect to design a multi-purpose two story storm shelter. The storm Shelter will be built on the north shore of Lake Monterey in Phase 4. Upon completion the two story Storm Shelter will be engineered to P-361 FEMA and ICC 500 storm shelter construction standards.
The FEMA grant will pay seventy-five percent of costs associated with hardening. Sandy Pines is responsible for 25% of the hardening costs. Costs not associated with hardening is the responsibility of Sandy Pines.
If you have additional questions or suggestions, please contact our Park President Jeff Sweitzer. We appreciate your thoughts and input!
News & Updates
The Sandy Pines Events Department would like your input regarding event rentals in the North Shore Center. Please go to surveymokey.com/r/North-Shore-Events to make your opinions known. The survey should only take around 5 minutes. We appreciate your time and input! We will make keep the community up to date as we finalize some information.
By Steve Deyarmond Steve@SandyPines.com The North Shore storm shelter is near completion. The new building is a result of Local Government, County Emergency Management, State and Federal Government, the shelter committee members and The Sandy Pines Board working together to design and complete this project. One of the greatest benefits is procurement of a grant…