Out of an abundance of caution regarding the spread of Covid-19 and to protect employees and residents, the Village Hall remains closed until further notice.
We can be reached by email or telephone.
Payments should be mailed to 48200 Perkins Blvd., Grand Beach, MI or can be dropped off in the drop box located outside of the office next to the bulletin board.
Building and Electrical Permits
During this time, contractors can find permit applications and other required documentation here. If you are unsure of what forms you need, please contact Clerk Mary Robertson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some permits will require drawings, surveys and/or blueprints.
Additions, new construction, digging to build a deck, etc. for properties located in the critical dunes area will require a permit from Environment Great Lakes & Energy (EGLE) before you apply for a building permit with the Village.
Permit applications and other forms along with necessary fees can be dropped off in the drop box. Please send an email to email@example.com to let us know that you have dropped off permit documents. Permits will be issued as soon as possible after we have received all of the required applications, documentation and fees.
Building Inspector Bill Lambert (269) 208-9544
On June 1st, Governor Whitmer lifted the Stay Home, Stay Safe order. There are still some restrictions in place, but most deal with retail businesses and restaurants.
The Pro Shop will be open beginning Thursday, June 4 with a maximum number of golfers allowed inside at a time. The staff will be wearing masks and gloves and the floor will be marked at 6' intervals per the CDC guidelines.
Beginning June 8th, you will be able to rent your home again. Also, the park/playground will be open.
The Governor is now allowing gatherings of 10 or less in closed spaces and gatherings of 100 or less outdoors while maintaining social distancing.
I want to thank all of the Village residents for their support during this difficult time. I hope we all have a safe and healthy summer.
Here is the Executive Order 2020-110 which lifted the Stay Home, Stay Safe order.
Ryan Layman, Chief of Police