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Friday, 5 March, 2021

420 N. Pokegama Ave

Grand Rapids, MN 55744

City Hall: 218-326-7600

MAYOR’S ARTS AWARD
The Grand Rapids Arts & Culture Commission is seeking nominations for the 2021 Mayor’s Arts Award.

The award is presented to a Grand Rapids area business, individual or non-arts organization that has made a significant impact on the Arts in the Grand Rapids area.

Letters of nomination should be addressed to:
Grand Rapids Arts & Culture Commission
420 N. Pokegama Avenue
Grand Rapids, MN 55744

Deadline: Nominations will be accepted through Monday, March 15, 2021.

Winter Parking is now in effect
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Coronavirus Information

Minnesota Governor Walz has issued Executive Order No.  20-81  requiring people in Minnesota to wear a face covering in all public indoor spaces and businesses. Research has shown that use of face coverings can greatly reduce the risk spreading COVID19. 

IRA Civic Center Improvement Project

  IRA Civic Center Improvement Project The IRA Civic Center was originally constructed in 1962 by the Itasca Recreation Association, hence the “IRA” in IRA Civic Center.  This facility has been a regional asset for over fifty-seven years hosting trade shows, classic

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  Are you looking for activities for you and your family to do during the winter?  We've got you covered!   Grand Rapids offers miles of trails to enjoy snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, or winter-biking.  Want to get on the ice? There are four outdoor ice

Seasonal Load Limit

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City of Grand Rapids Residents - Winter Parking

    CITY OF GRAND RAPIDS  RESIDENTS WINTER PARKING     Grand Rapids, like most Minnesota cities, has a winter parking ordinance. Residents can help snow removal efforts by complying with this ordinance that prohibits parking on public streets any time it is necessary to plow. Vehicles,

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