The City of Hudsonville Michigan 49426, has a similar start of its history as many other communities in West Michigan. Homer Hudson, an Englishman, settled in Georgetown Township in 1856. Homers purpose was to start a nursery and to raise various fruit trees. In 1872 the Federal Government designated the area that Homer Hudsonville had settled as Hudsonville. In 1927 Hudsonville became a village and in 1957 it had become the City of Hudsonville. For more history of Hudsonville Click Here. The population of Hudsonville is 7285 +/- in 2016. Something you may not know is Hudsonville is known as “Michigans Salad Bowl.” 

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