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About Holland Twp, MI.

 Holland’s fertile coastal and agricultural lands attracted early Dutch settlers in the mid-19th century. Agriculture still plays an important part in the area’s economy. In addition to fruits and vegetables, the area is world-famous for its tulips. Holland’s annual tulip festival attracts visitors from around the world. The town’s Dutch heritage can still be seen in its Victorian homes and a downtown listed on the National Register of Historic Interest. Holland is also home to the world’s largest pickle factory, operated by the H. J. Heinz Company.
 
Local landmarks include a lighthouse referred to as “Big Red” and a 250-year-old Dutch Windmill located on Windmill Island. The area has access to several beaches and state parks located along the shores of Lake Michigan. Nearby Grand Rapids, located 20 miles to the northeast, offers a variety of cultural activities including performing arts and sporting events. Students in Holland are served by six public schools, four private schools, and four higher education institutions.
 
Just over 33,000 people called Holland home as of 2014. Residents have a median age of 29.4. The racial makeup of Holland is 78.43% white, 24.11% Hispanic, 4.75% Asian, 3.74% African-American, 0.72% Native American, and 8.46% Other. The median household income in Holland is $42,138 which is below the national average. The area has an unemployment rate of 6.6% with recent job growth above the national average. Hollands’ crime rate and cost of living are both below the national average. The median home cost in Holland is $118,800 with home values appreciating 5.8% over the past year.

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