Downtown Development Authority
GRSD Sewer Authority Board
Local Revenue Sharing Board
Park and Recreation Board
Zoning Board of Appeals
224 W. Buffalo St.
The City of New Buffalo maintains eight parks, with the Skate Park being jointly managed with New Buffalo Township and New Buffalo Area Schools. The Recreational Facilities Department is also responsible for the City's Amtrak Station and City Hall grounds.
Please use the links to the left for more information on each park. A map of the harbor is also available.
E.K. WARREN'S GIFT
The City Beach, City Boat Launch, City Riverfront, and Lions Pavilion Park are all part of a single piece of property given as a gift forever to the Village (now City) of New Buffalo on June 18, 1924 through a deed by the Warren Featherbone Company, showing the generosity of its founder, Edward K. Warren. In 1979, the City of New Buffalo received a quit claim deed from the Warren Featherbone Company extinguishing any reversionary right or interest.
The map below shows the area of each lakefront park.
The map also shows: City Transient Marina (dark blue) 3.25 acres (2 acres non-submerged), U.S. Army Corps of Engineers rights-of-way for the federal breakwaters (black outline), Federal Navigation Channel (pink) and the Launch Access Channel (orange).
This page last updated on 8/23/2017.