City Manager Mark Washington today announced his selection for Grand Rapids’ next police chief: Deputy Chief Eric Payne. Payne, who has been a member of the Grand Rapids Police Department (GRPD) for 32 years, was among three finalists for the position. He has served as GRPD’s deputy chief of operations for nearly two years. Payne becomes police chief effective July 22.
Are you a property owner? Want to install energy efficiency upgrades or renewable energy?
The Property Assessed Clean Energy program, also known as PACE, is an innovative financing tool focused on energy and water projects. You can use it for energy and water efficiency improvements and renewable energy projects.
How does it work?
If your project is approved, the PACE lender funds up to 100% of the cost for your upgrades or installations. Financing lasts up to 25 years with a fixed interest rate and positive cash flow for the life of your project.
Complete the online PACE Project Inquiry Form
If you default on a loan payment, a lien is placed against the property. This happens through a special assessment, guaranteeing payment to the lender.
Find out more about PACE at the Lean & Green Michigan website.
City Commission adopted PACE on August 22, 2017. PACE aligns with the City's Strategic Plan objective to reduce carbon emissions and increase climate resiliency. It also supports the goals and objectives of the Grand Rapids 2030 District.
Alison Waske Sutter
Sustainability & Performance Management Officer
311 or 616.456.3000
300 Monroe Avenue NW,
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
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