5 Years of Progress
Since 2015, the City of Grand Ledge has made tremendous progress in areas of:
- Property Development
- Economic Development
- Finance and Policy
This video marks many significant accomplishments, valuable partnerships, and sustained growth that give our City the foundation to be called, naturally grand.
Property Development Accomplishments
Since 2015, the City of Grand Ledge has received over $3.7 million dollars in grants, donations, and State/Federal allocations to aid in property development which includes:
- Over 175 acres added to the City to accommodate growth
- More than 8 acres of blight elimination
- Over 16 acres of new and improved parkland and green space
- Four improved City parking lots
Learn more about Property Development Progress in Grand Ledge (PDF).
Public Art Additions
Since 2015, the City of Grand Ledge has installed eight permanent public art pieces through over $45,000 in grants and donations. Learn more about Public Art Progress in Grand Ledge (PDF).
Economic Development Accomplishments
In the last five years, the City of Grand Ledge has seen well over an estimated $50 million in private investment, and nearly 718,000 square feet of newly constructed or renovated business and residential space. Learn more about our Economic Development Progress (PDF).
Public / Private Partnerships
The City of Grand Ledge has worked to develop 12 new public and private partnerships that:
- Increased community engagement
- Improved department efficiencies
- Allowed for public art opportunities
- Increased grant match dollars.
- And so much more
Learn more about our Progress with Public / Private Partnerships (PDF).
Finance & Policy Accomplishments
Through over 2,200 pages of improved policy, the City of Grand Ledge is accomplishing:
- Long-term growth and expansion
- Park enhancements
- Strategic planning and development
- Financial solvency
Learn more about our Finance and Policy Progress (PDF).
Since 2015, the City of Grand Ledge has replaced over 1,800 water meters with updated technology, completed seven major water main replacement projects, and improved over 18 miles of City streets. Learn more about our Infrastructure Progress (PDF).