The Fiscal Year 2019 Fee Schedule can be found here.
View the City of Grand Ledge Zoning map here.
PLEASE NOTE: With rain and snow, some residential and other properties become inundated with water. While the City remains sympathetic to these challenging situations, the City is not legally responsible for water flow from adjoining private property owners. Under Michigan law, a municipality is not obligated to construct drainage infrastructure to confine naturally flowing surface water. It is unlawful, however, for a property owner to interfere with the natural flow of water in a manner that causes artificial diversion, blockage, or concentration onto another property. If you have reason to believe the burden on your property has been increased by such artificial interference, please know that this is a private legal matter for resolution between property owners and their insurers, not an area of liability for the City and its taxpaying residents.
The following applications may be filled out online, but must be delivered or mailed to the Planning and Zoning Department:
The following permit applications may be filled out online, but must be delivered or mailed to the Building Department: