Tuesday, 17 September, 2019


Spring Road Restrictions in Effect March 19th

The ENDING DATE for Winter Load Increases in the NORTH-CENTRAL and NORTH FROST ZONES will be Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at 12:01 AM.   The STARTING DATE for Spring Load Restrictions in the CENTRAL, NORTH-CENTRAL and NORTH FROST ZONES will be Tuesday,

Right-of-way Permit Portal now open

The new permit portal for City right of way permits is complete and all permit applications for 2019 will be required to be submitted via the web.  The purpose of going to on-line permit applications is to help make the

City Now Uses Online Bidding for Construction Projects

For the 2019 construction projects, the City Engineering Department has transitioned to using an online bidding company for posting, receiving and opening public bids. The City will no longer be accepting paper copies of bid submittals for CIP projects.  With

Current Construction Projects

To view construction projects currently underway in the City of Grand Rapids please follow the link below. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns please email engineering@cityofgrandrapidsmn.com.    Current Construction Projects                            

2019 Street Improvements Project

Construction will be starting in the Spring on city projects 2014-2 / 2016-1, 2019 Street Improvements Project, which involves the reconstruction of street, sidewalk, sanitary sewer, water main, street lighting, storm sewer, and associated appurtenances.  The improvements are located on


The Engineering Department provides support services to guide the planning, design, management, maintenance and construction of the City's infrastructure.  The primary focus of infrastructure is related to those items located within the public right of ways and easements.  Typical infrastructure items include, but are not limited to, streets, storm sewer, sanitary sewer collection, water distribution, street lighting, sidewalks and trails.


Public Works

The Public Works Department provides for the operation and maintenance of the City infrastructure systems.  There are many characteristics of the right-of-way, parks and other publicly owned properties that require the enhancement of Public Safety.  Our responsibility to the public is to listen with an open ear.  We encourage you to contact us.