Click here for frequently asked questions regarding water fluoridation
Green Lights in Roadway:
Yard waste or debris on public property or other private property prohibited:
With the summer season and yard work upon us, The City of Grandville would like to remind you of ordinance 14-3 which states:
"No person shall, within the limits of the city, by himself or herself or by another, throw, place, deposit or leave in the street, lane, alley, public place or square, any animal or vegetable substance, dead animals, fish, shavings, dirt, rubbish,
excrement, filth, unclean or nauseous water or liquor, hay, straw, soot, offal, garbage, swill, or any other article or substance whatever which may cause any offensive, unwholesome or nauseous smell, or endanger the health of the public"
Street lights are owned and maintained by Consumer's Energy.
Report street lights that have burned out here.
Snowy winter conditions can cause patched potholes to reoccur without warning. Use care when you see potholes and contact the Department of Public Works (DPW) to filled or refilled the potholes.
- Report potholes within city limits to the DPW at 616-538-1990 or click here.
DPW makes every effort to respond and fill potholes as soon as we know they exist.
CONSUMER CONFIDENCE REPORT
The Consumer Confidence Report for the City of Grandville Water Distribution System can be obtained at the following locations:
Grandville City Offices
3195 Wilson Ave.
Grandville Public Library
4055 Maple Street
Grandville Department of Public Works
4095 White Street