City of Hudsonville

3275 Central Blvd.
Hudsonville, MI 49426
The City of Hudsonville has a long history. The community began in 1856 when an Englishman, Homer Hudson from Ohio, settled in Georgetown Township for the purpose of starting a nursery to raise fruit trees. By 1872 the area settled by Mr. Hudson was designated as Hudsonville by the Federal Government. In 1927 Hudsonville became a village and in 1957 if officially incorporated as a city. Hudsonville is located along the i-196 midway between Grand Rapids and Holland in one of the fastest growing areas in the state of Michigan.