MARCH 25, 2020 UPDATE - 59TH DISTRICT COURT
Chief Judge Peter P. Versluis recognizing the states of emergency declared by both President Trump and Governor Whitmer hereby orders that the 59th District Court shall suspend all operations beginning March 24, 2020 – April 13, 2020, except for the following:
MARCH 23, 2020 UPDATE - OPERATIONAL CHANGES
"STAY HOME, STAY SAFE” EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-21
Governor Whitmer has issued a "Stay At Home, Stay Safe" Executive Order, that will go into effect on March 24, 2020 at 12:01 A.M., and continue through April 13, 2020 at 11:59 P.M.
This order requires that in-person activities not necessary to (1) sustain or protect life or conduct (2) minimum basic operations be suspended until normal operations resume. Further, any in-person government activities must be performed consistently with identified social distancing practices and mitigation measures.
WHAT AM I ALLOWED TO DO? PLEASE CLICK THE FOLLOWING LINK TO VIEW THE STATE OF MICHIGANS RESPONSE TO SOME FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS REGARDING THE STAY HOME STAY SAFE ORDER: FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS REGARDING EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-21
Per the latest order, the City of Grandville is now officially on "essential services only" with the exception of the following: Clean Water Plant Operators, non-clerical Public Works Department, Police and Fire Department, staffing is at a bare minimum for only those services deemed essential to keep the city running. All City of Grandville buildings will be closed to the public. ESSENTIAL SERVICES WILL CONTINUE UNINTERRUPTED.
Residents are encouraged to continue to access City services through the following methods:
Utilizing services available online at www.cityofgrandville.com
Calling or emailing City Department or officials
Paying bills through U.S. Mail, either of the two convenient drop boxes located at City Hall, or electronically by clicking here.
59th DISTRICT COURT
ALL APPOINTMENTS WITH PROBATION OFFICERS ARE CANCELLED UNTIL MAY 4, 2020. DEFENDANTS MUST CONTACT THEIR PROBATION OFFICER AFTER APRIL 12 REGARDING THE STATUS OF THEIR NEXT SCHEDULED DATE.
Thank you for your understanding as we continue to prioritize the health and safety of the public we serve and our city employees.
Phone: Non-Emergency Police … (616) 538-6110
For All Emergencies …… 911
Kent County COVID-19: https://www.accesskent.com/Health/coronavirus.htm
State of Michigan COVID-19: https://www.michigan.gov/Coronavirus
State of Michigan Coronavirus Executive Orders and Directives
CDC Coronavirus Disease 2019: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html
MARCH 18, 2020 UPDATE
Please see the notices below regarding operation changes for The City of Grandville
CITY OF GRANDVILLE OPERATIONAL CHANGES NOTICE
SIX CITIES PRESS RELEASE
MARCH 13, 2020 UPDATE
Dear Residents and Friends,
The City of Grandville is closely monitoring local and national reports on the evolving impact of COVID-19. Based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization, and applicable public health agencies, we’ve developed contingency plans and are taking the proper recommended precautions.
Again, I am impressed with the professionalism and competence of City staff. The Kent County Health Department is offering guidance and up to date information regarding COVID-19 thorugh their website. It is a great way stay informed. Please consider subscribing to the updates by clicking the link below.
Stay safe and be well Grandville.