The Grand Rapids Police Department’s draft strategic plan calls for a neighborhood-based policing model that will provide measurable outcomes and help the department build and maintain trust with the community. The Office of Oversight and Public Accountability also released their draft strategic plan. The Economic Resiliency and Recovery Work Group provided an update as well.
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Would you like to combine multiple adjoining properties that you own into one property? You’re in the right place to apply for a property combination.
You can complete the paper application. Click the Paper Form tab of this page for instructions and to download the form. Call or visit our office if you need help applying. You can find our number and address in the Contact Us section of this page. We're happy to help you fill out an application!
We check for dues owed on all properties involved in an application. We can't review your application until you pay all dues owed on the properties. Contact the City Treasurer's office at 616-456-3020 to find out if you owe.
Gather the following information/documents:
Download and print the application to submit.
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Mail in or drop off your original completed application to our office. Find our contact information in the Contact Us section of this page. Keep in mind we don't accept copies. There's no fee for a combination.
After we receive your completed application, expect to hear from us within 45 days.
You can find our number in the Contact Us section of this page. We'll get you all the information you need to apply for your land division, transfer, or combination. We don't take applications over the phone, but we'll make sure you have everything you need to get your application approved.
Come to our office at the address listed in the Contact Us section. We can help you fill out an application.
Have a printer? Print and download the application to fill it out and bring it with you. This makes the process go faster.
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300 Monroe Avenue NW,
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
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