Tuesday, 17 July, 2018


City of Grand Rapids Named Outstanding Conservationist of the Year

In December of 2017 The City of Grand Rapids was presented with an award from the Itasca Soil and Water Districts as the 2017 Outstanding Conservationist of the Year. The City of Grand Rapids began increasing storm-water management measures a

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                              

2018 Northeast Improvements Project

Construction will be starting soon on city project 2011-3, 2018 Northeast 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 7th Street NE from

10 Stormwater Facts

It’s been 25 years since the Environmental Protection Agency began the Phase I Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) permit program in November of 1990. SEH's April Ryan, PE, an expert in water resources and stormwater engineering, shares 25 Stormwater

Community Brush Pile has closed

With the closure of Deer River Hired Hands, the City of Grand Rapids has closed the Community Brush Pile. Brush can be taken to: Itasca County Landfill: Brush is accepted here for a nominal charge. Compost can be brought to the Community

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Placement of campaign and other advertising signage on any highway rights of way is not allowed under state law, reminds the Minnesota Department of Transportation. All state, county, city and township roads and highways fall under the same state law.
Highway rights of way include driving lanes, inside and outside shoulders, ditches and sight corners at intersections. 
Also, landowner consent is needed before signs are placed on private... read more

Summer Sports Camp 2018 


Still looking for summer child care options? The Summer Sports Camp may be the right option for you! The Itasca County YMCA is offering this program for ages 7-11 to provide an active altenrative to summer child care. This camp is locate dat the IRA Civic Center, and provides an amazing space for activities and games. 

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