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Good Neighbor Plan template(PDF, 268KB)
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Proposed Ordinance Amendments(PDF, 207KB)
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City Commission Work Session Discussion Guide(PDF, 649KB)
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Contact GRPD's Crime Prevention Coordinator.
Crime Prevention Coordinator
Contact the City's Office of Diversity and Inclusion
Here's a template for a Good Neighbor Plan(PDF, 268KB) to be used by practitioners and neighborhoods. Also refer to Section 5.12.06. of the Ordinance for more information on community engagement and this kind of Plan.
The Community Research Institute keeps the most up-to-date contact info for Grand Rapids neighborhood associations. You'll leave our site to use their neighborhood lookup tool.
CORRIDOR IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS (CIDS)
The City's Economic Development Department coordinates contact with CIDs. Contact their office by email to get in touch with a CID. Use our map to see CID boundaries.
Economic Development Department
The Neighborhood Business Alliance coordinates business associations around the City. You can find information and links to business associations on the NBA's website.
The City's Industrial Pretreatment Program (IPP) controls the release of toxic substances into the wastewater system by monitoring the discharge of significant industrial users. Growers, processing labs, and safety compliance facilities may be subject to this program.
Any or all of the following may apply to marijuana facilities:
Contact the Industrial Pretreatment Program
Water Pollution Control Officer