There has been some grumbling and grousing since the city made the switch from one parking app to another, but the City of Grand Rapids wants you to know it’s heard those complaints.
Before the city shuts down its public pools for the summer its hosting one last hoorah—for pooches.
As Grand Rapids leaders work to increase public transit use, the city’s Downtown Area Shuttle, or DASH, will launch expanded service that features later hours, weekend rides and more convenient routes. The best part, these rides are free.
Mark Washington, Grand Rapids’ next city manager, is a busy man.
Safety is a key concern for Grand Rapids residents who are interested in trading in their car – at least some of the time – for a bicycle.
David Marquardt, City of Grand Rapids Parks & Recreation director, said the portion of the Grand River running through downtown Grand Rapids is going to look like “nothing anyone anticipates.”
As car companies race to perfect the autonomous vehicle of the future, many people are wondering what challenges those driverless cars might present to cities.
Political Pulse hit the Grand Rapids airwaves in fall 2016. Denavvia Mojet, the program’s host, said her goal was to “bring critical discourse and education around local politics to the region’s urban listener in a way that was fun, engaging, and honest.”
Whether you’re an early riser or a night owl, this weekend is filled with events perfect for you. Maybe enjoying the morning planning out all of your holiday shopping? Or how about a warehouse party dedicated to the leading figure of pop art? Take this weekend to enjoy the cool outdoor fall weather and also all of the businesses lining the city.
You don’t have to have a green thumb to volunteer this month to help plant 120 trees across the city.