The preliminary water/sewer rate study will be released Nov. 15, 2022. The public comment period starts Nov. 15th and ends Dec. 5th. A copy of the rate study, along with explanatory materials, is filed with the City Clerk’s Office, as well as available online at the link below. Comments can be sent to the City Clerk's office at 300 Monroe Ave. NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
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Published on November 17, 2022
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – As snow starts flying, the City’s parks and recreation department is reminding residents that parks are open all year. The department plows and maintains parking lots and multiuse trails at several popular parks. Parks with closed gates are still open daily from dawn to dusk for pedestrian traffic.
The following parks have open entrance gates and some plowed parking lots:
The following multiuse trails are plowed during periods of snowfall:
“Michigan is a four-season state, so it makes sense for Grand Rapids to be a four-season City,” David Marquardt, the City’s parks and recreation director, said. “Winter offers opportunities for unique and inspirational experiences in our parks and public spaces. From ice skating at Rosa Parks Circle, to fat tire biking, cross country skiing, and snowshoeing at Indian Trails Golf Course, to sledding at some of the best hills the city has to offer, there’s something for everyone.”
Learn more about winter activities at the Grand Rapids Parks and Recreation website HERE.