Important Information

The only product that should be flushed down the toilet is toilet paper! Many products will claim to be flushable, but products other than toilet paper should NOT be flushed! Paper towels, wipes and anything other than toilet paper belong in the trash. Any other items can cause plugs in home plumbing, sewer mains and pumps! 

There is a tree drop off site located behind Department of Public Works building at 4085 White Street, Monday - Thursday 7:30am - 3:30pm. Residents may also bring chipable brush for disposal.
Street lights are owned and maintained by Consumer's Energy.
Report street lights that have burned out here.
POTHOLESSnowy winter conditions can cause patched potholes to reoccur without warning. Use care when you see potholes and contact the Department of Public Works (DPW) to filled or refill the potholes.

  • Report potholes within city limits to the DPW at 616-538-1990 or click here.
  • DPW makes every effort to respond and fill potholes as soon as we know they exist.

CONSUMER CONFIDENCE REPORTThe Consumer Confidence Report for the City of Grandville Water Distribution System can be obtained at the following locations:

Grandville City Offices
3195 Wilson Ave.

Grandville Public Library
4055 Maple Street

Grandville Department of Public Works
4095 White Street