Airport South Industrial Park groundbreaking for Swan Machine - Fall 2016.
Former Middle School Site Redevelopment
GREDA Industrial Park Development
Former Hospital Housing Redevelopment
Demolition of the old St. Joseph Catholic Church makes way for development of new housing.
The Community Development Department works with residents, businesses, developers and other private and public entities to promote a safe, desirable and economically viable environment for the citizens and businesses of Grand Rapids.
The services provided by the Community Development Department can be broadly categorized into three general areas:
If you are planning a home improvement project you may be wondering, “Do I need a permit?” In 1979, the City of Grand Rapids adopted the Minnesota State Building Code. Under that Code, building permits are required to construct, add onto,
Grand Rapids, Minn. – The City of Grand Rapids has received over $600,000 in grant funding for commercial and residential redevelopment from the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED). This grant is a part of the Small Cities
Grand Rapids is a great place to start a business according to consumer finance website NerdWallet. The city is ranked the 16th best place to be a business owner in a study of 123 Minnesota cities. “The community’s investment in public