Stay tuned for 2019 Public Notice information!
Tree pickup begins Wednesday, January 2, 2019... Learn More!
Grand Ledge Police Department and the City of Grand Ledge welcome new Officer Terra Thie... Learn More!
Please note the holiday City Hall Closures near the holidays, thank you! Learn More!
Beginning Jan. 1, 2019 the Compost Center will be closed Saturdays, and open Wednesday's 3:00 - 7:00 PM. Learn More!
Meet us on Bridge Street tonight to help light up the night at the Annual Christmas parade! Learn More!
Dog licenses are now available at City Hall until the end of February 2019. Be sure to register your pup! Learn More!
Please remember that it is a homeowner's responsibility to remove accumulated snow and ice in front of their home... Learn More!
Ayles will be in the area completing necessary tree maintenance beginning Monday, Nov. 5th... Learn More!
Happy Halloween... trick-or-treating will be from 6:00 - 8:00 pm, indicated by the tornado sirens. Please use caution!
Department of Public Service will begin annual leaf pick-up Oct. 22, 2018, find your pick-up days now... Learn More
The City welcomes new Police Chief Tom Osterholzer to the Grand Ledge Police Department Learn More
Low or reduced water pressure is expected in the highlighted area near W. Colonial Park, due to construction in the area Learn More
The Grand Ledge Homecoming Parade will take place between 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM on Friday, Sept. 14, 2018. Please be aware of temporary road closures along the parade route. Learn More
Water main flushing will run from Sept. 10 through approximately Sept. 24, 2018, during the hours of 7:30 am - 3:30 pm. Learn More
Necessary filter repairs needed on the iron removal system at the water treatment plant will begin Tuesday, September 4, 2018. Learn More
Due to construction in the area, residents on Union Street (Church to Whitney) may experience low water pressure for a short period of time. Learn More
Due to water main repair, Willow Street (Pearl to Edwards) may experience water service interruptions for a brief period today. Learn More
The City of Grand Ledge is committed to providing a work environment that maintains employee equality, dignity, and respect. Learn More
8:00 am - Low or reduced water pressure is expected in the highlighted area, due to construction in the area Learn More
11:00 am - Water pressure in the Green St. construction area has been restored, residents may experience discoloration. Learn More
Low or reduced water pressure is expected in the highlighted area, due to construction in the area Learn More
GLAFD has lifted the suspension on burn permits for the City of Grand Ledge and Oneida Township Learn More
Until further notice, the GLAFD has suspended burn permits for the City of Grand Ledge and Oneida Township Learn More
To read the full press release, click on "Learn More" link... Learn More
The City of Grand Ledge welcomes Mayor Thom Sowle... Learn More
The City of Grand Ledge announces a change in Mayoral leadership... Learn More
The boil water advisory has been issued for Beagle Elementary, Brookside Drive, and Gretchen Lane has been lifted... Learn More
Due to a water main break near South Street, a boil water advisory has been issued for Beagle Elementary, Brookside Drive, and Gretchen Lane until further notice... Learn More
Two areas of the City of Grand Ledge will experience a power outage on Friday, April 27, 2018, between 2am-4am... Learn More
Safely dispose of unwanted or expired medication. The City of Grand Ledge now has a permanent drug and sharps collection box... Learn More
Grand Ledge was officially incorporated as a city on March 27, 1893... Learn More
There's a new project beginning at Fitzgerald Park... Learn More
Due to permit requirements by the MDEQ, culvert repair is scheduled to begin late summer 2018. Learn More
Due to the recent, significant amount of rainfall and the melting of snowpack the City of Grand Ledge experienced a sanitary sewer overflow at three discharge locations Learn More
Due to ongoing erosion and further damage of the culvert, W. South Street between Green Street and Brookside Drive is CLOSED to all traffic until further notice. The street will remain closed while the structural stability of our infrastructure can be reevaluated. Learn More
With rain and snow melt, some residential properties are becoming inundated with water. Learn More
Due to health and safety concerns, Jacyee Park, the Riverwalk Trail, and Island Park are CLOSED at this time. Learn More
Snowy conditions can affect everyone. Find out what to know when it starts to snow! Learn More
There have been some important changes to the compost center hours and entry requirements. Learn More
City Council adopted tierded priorities for 2018 & 2019. Learn More