Grandville

Established in 1833, and incorporated as a City in 1933, the City of Grandville is nestled along the shores of the Grand River in the Southwestern side of Kent County, Michigan, approximately 8 miles southwest of Grand Rapids. The City of Grandville encompasses an area of approximately 8 square miles. Its population, as of the 2010 census, is 15,378.

While Grandville is a perfect residential area, it also boasts many parks, popular restaurants, and shopping. It is also close to the I96 and 131 expressways. 

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December 2018 Events

Source:  http://www.cityofgrandville.com/

Christmas Parade - Friday, November 30, 7 p.m. Parade along Fayette and Chicago Drive. Holiday train, Reindeer, Dickens Carolers and more.  

Christmas Tree Lighting - Monday, December 3, 7 p.m. Grandville Library Amphitheater. Singing by area 3rd graders.

 

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$199,000
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