Grandville Police Department

  • Agency: Grandville Police Department
  • Address: 3181 Wilson Ave SW, Grandville, 49418 MI
  • Chief: Vernon L Snyder (Chief of Police)

Grandville Police Department is located at 3181 Wilson Ave SW, Grandville, 49418 MI. The Chief of Police of the department is Vernon L Snyder. The Grandville Police Department phone number is 616-538-6110.

Grandville Police Department News

This fella was found near ivanrest and 34th. Guessing he is about a year old pit mix. He is currently at the Kent County Animal Shelter.

Good luck to the Grandville High School Girls Rugby Club this weekend. They are competing at Nationals in Murfreesboro, TN. Go Dawgs!

It's National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week and we want to extend our thanks to the professional staff at Kent County 911 Communications Center for all their dedication to keeping our residents (and officers) safe.

We would like to stress the importance of calling the Police when an incident occurs. Waiting until you get home so you can post it on social media does not help us investigate what is concerning you. In any emergency or urgent situation call 911. If it is not an emergency you can call the local jurisdiction's non-emergency number. The Grandville PD non-emergency number is (616) 538-6110. When you call this number you will get a phone tree that says, in part: You have reached the Grandville Police Department, if you have an emergency, hang up and dial 911. If you need a police officer dispatched to a non-emergency call, please press 1. By following these steps you will be placed in contact with our contracted dispatch center, which is the Kent County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch Center. These highly trained professionals will take your call and assign it based on its priority. If you continue to stay on the phone tree you are given other options, such as dial by name, leave a tip regarding a crime, information regarding fingerprinting, etc. When selecting the option to leave a tip or information concerning a crime or a suspicious situation the message you will receive is: If the activity you are calling about needs immediate attention or police presence, please call 911 to have an officer dispatched. For all other tips or information, please leave a detailed message alone with your name and telephone number and a detective will return your call as soon as possible. Thank you for your help. Please remember when you see something say something, and say it to the police dispatcher so that it can be handled in a timely fashion. When you post it and we do not hear about it until hours or days after the fact it is very difficult if not impossible to investigate. Thank you for taking the time to read this.

Last evening the Grandville Police Department honored several citizens, the Kent County Sheriff’s Office Traffic Squad, a Grand Rapids Detective and many of our own employees for outstanding work accomplished in 2017. Thanks to the Grandville High School AV program for the photos.

Indian Mounds (the road is part bike path next to the Grand River between Wilson and Market) is now closed due to flooding.

We haven't had any reports in this area but it's always a good reminder....