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Complaints can be made by telephone 24 hours a day by calling 517-627-2115. If you have an emergency, dial 911. The police will be dispatched to your location. You may also file a complaint in person at the Police Department located at 310 Greenwood Street in the Greenwood Municipal Building.
Depending on the nature of the complaint, an officer may have to be called in off of the road to help you. During non-business hours, when you call the Police Department your call will be transferred to Eaton County Central Dispatch, and they will contact an officer to assist you.
Coming into the City there are signs posted on all major roads informing residents and visitors that no parking is allowed on City streets or in City parking lots between 3 am and 5 am. This is to assist the various municipal departments in snowplowing, street sweeping, and other maintenance chores. Permission to park between 3 am and 5 am is granted by the Police Department on a case-by-case basis. You can find other parking violations in the City’s Code of Ordinances Chapter 205, Article III, Section 18.
The odd-even, overnight, on-street parking ordinance (Section 42- 1- 42-4, Article I) takes effect seasonally, December 1 - March 31, and during any declared snow emergencies. It is common for weather conditions between December 1 and March 31 to include snowfalls that require the plowing of city streets. Often times plowing is needed all the way to curb to alleviate ice build-up, flooding, and other unsafe conditions. Plowing to the curbs is not possible when cars are parked on the street along the curb. The city recognizes on-street parking is important in some circumstances. In balancing these competing needs, the city allows for parking on only one side of the street during overnight hours December through March, and during any declared snow emergencies with the allowed parking alternating on a daily basis to enable snowplowing of both sides of the street.
Park on the side of the street that corresponds with the day's date, starting at 7 PM the day before (Click here for a full parking calendar):
NO PARKING and other traffic signs remain in effect and apply at all times.
To learn more, please visit https://library.municode.com/mi/grand_ledge/codes/code_of_ordinances?nodeId=PTIICOOR_CH42TRVE_ARTIIIPAVI_S42-58USPALO
Eligible residents downtown can apply for a parking permit pass for City Lots. Learn more about downtown permit parking here.
You may pay for a parking ticket in person at the Police Department or mail a check made payable to the City of Grand Ledge for the appropriate fee as listed on the back of the ticket. Please mail the fine to:Grand Ledge Police Department310 Greenwood StreetGrand Ledge, MI 48837
Police Department office hours are 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday.
The Noise Ordinances can be found in Chapter 148, Article VI, Section 14 of the City Code of Ordinances. The first three sections of this ordinance deal with specific acts that are prohibited. The following is a summary of those sections. If you believe that a section of this ordinance is being violated, contact the Police Department at 517-627-2115.
Please call the Police Department at 627-2115. An officer will personally help get you started. Neighborhood Watch Programs are a nationally recognized and effective way to reduce crime in your neighborhood.
A personal protection order (PPO) is a court order that can be obtained from a judge. It is available to you if you have suffered or fear abuse related to family violence, dating violence, or stalking. A PPO can provide you with a:
In order to obtain a PPO, you must go to the Eaton County Circuit Court located on the 2nd floor of the:Eaton County Court House1045 Independence BoulevardCharlotte, MI 48813
The Eaton County Circuit Court can be reached by calling 517-485-6444, ext. 255.
If you have been a victim of abuse and do not know what steps to take, start by getting yourself to a place of safety and calling the police. We can help with information and other assistance.
Yes, the Grand Ledge Police Department is proud to provide this service to its residents. Please call the Police Department during business hours of 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday, at 517-627-2115. We can best serve you if you provide the following information:
You can also email the Police Department with "Vacation Check" in the subject line. Please include all of the listed information. Please let us know when you have returned home.
You can get a copy of an accident report online. You will need the date of the accident and the report number. There is a charge for this feature. You can also get a copy from our office.
For a criminal complaint, you must appear in person at the Police Department and fill out a Freedom of Information Act Request if you are not the victim. There will be a charge for fulfilling the request which will vary depending on what you are requesting and how much administrative work is involved (the minimum charge is $5). Some information may be redacted from reports, including but not limited to information on juveniles, addresses, phone numbers, and dates of birth.
Do not enter the house. Call 911 from a neighbor’s house or use a cell phone and wait for an officer to arrive.
All burglary complaints are assigned to an officer. If possible, have a complete list of items missing, including serial numbers and receipts showing the cost of goods. Provide the officer with the names of possible suspects. If there is broken glass or other items that have potentially been handled by the perpetrator, do not touch or disturb. Notify the officer of this possible evidence.
Fingerprinting is done during regular business hours, 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday. There is a $20 administrative fee. Bring a valid picture ID. Child Ident-a-kits are provided for free.
Absolutely not. Michigan Law strictly prohibits any police department from sharing information obtained from the Law Enforcement Information Network (LEIN) or the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) computer system with anyone other than law enforcement personnel. The department could be fined or lose its access to violations of these regulations.
You can perform a record search through the Michigan State Police using iCHAT (Internet Criminal History Access Tool). There is a fee involved.
To inquire about your case, call our office at 517-627-2115 or email the officer who first took the report.
Yes, but be prepared to prove you have legal possession of the vehicle. Due to the potential for damage to some vehicles, you must sign a waiver of liability relinquishing the officer and/or the Police Department of any responsibility.
If a child is locked inside your vehicle, the Police Department may send a rescue unit to remove the child from the vehicle. Breaking a window may become necessary.
The Police Department can only have vehicles towed that are on public property. Call a wrecker service in your area to have the vehicle towed away. The wrecker service will notify the owner once they have determined who that may be.
The Grand Ledge Police Department does not have a jail. To obtain this information, you must contact the Eaton County Jail directly at 517-372-8217.
Concealed Pistol License (CPL) packets are available at the Grand Ledge Police Department free of charge. The packets must be turned to the County Clerk in the county in which you reside. For more information, see the Michigan State Police Concealed Pistol Licensing page.
There is no cost, but the form does need to be notarized which we will do for a $10 fee. You will need a valid picture ID. There is a written test you will need to take and an application that you will need to fill out. It usually takes about 15 minutes to complete the paperwork.
A purchase permit is valid for 10 days from the date of issue and must be turned in even if it is not used. If you have been convicted of a felony or have shown a propensity for violence or assaultive behavior, your permit application may be denied.