Relocating to Beautiful Oceanna County
Oceana County and its scenic areas are located on one of the world’s most beautiful stretches of water, often referred to as Michigan’s “Gold Coast”. Oceana County is know for it rural areas and farms. Fruits and vegetables are grown here and can be purchased fresh daily at one of the many farm markets throughout the county. Oceana County is Michigan’s largest asparagus producer, and a National Asparagus Festival is held here every June. For peace, tranquility, and a very safe environment, Oceana County is the place to be.
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US Postal Service in Hart
135 S. State Street, Hart, MI 49420
US Postal Service in Mears
5666 W. Fox Rd., Mears (Silver Lake), MI 49436
US Postal Service in Walkerville
132 E Laurel St, Walkerville, MI 49459
Hart Public Schools
301 W. Johnson Street, Hart, MI 49420
Hart Public Schools is located in beautiful Oceana County. Our dedicated staff works together to ensure a successful educational program for all. The Hart Public School district makes every effort to stay on top of current technology and works toward the best possible programs for our students, from a multi-age classroom to Early Childhood Development Center to the Performing Arts programs for our district and community. Hart Public Schools is a great place to learn! You are invited to call the central office for further information.
Walkerville Public Schools
145 E. Lathrop, Walkerville, MI 49459
Walkerville Public Schools is located approximately 20 miles east of Hart, Michigan and 45 miles northeast of Muskegon, Michigan in Oceana County. The school district serves approximately 280 students from kindergarten through 12th grade throughout the school year and generally serves an additional 100 to 120 students during the Autumn and Spring months. These additional students typically move to southwestern states throughout the winter months where their families seek out seasonal employment. The school district employs approximately 25 teachers in one high school / middle school building, one elementary building and a few outbuildings. The Walkerville area is comprised mainly of farming communities. Those who do not work on local farms generally find employment in surrounding cities.