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  1. Bicycling in Grants Pass

    Grants Pass and Josephine County have great places to ride your bike.

  2. Building or Remodeling

    The City of Grants Pass Parks and Community Development Department has established a 3-track system for reviewing building plans to better serve customers and establish expectations for project plan review times.

  3. Burn Windows

    Learn about upcoming burn windows and how to obtain burn permits.

  4. Chromium-6

    In light of the recent media spotlight on hexavalent chromium (chromium-6) the City of Grants Pass Public Works Department is providing facts related to chromium-6 in its water and what the city is doing to monitor chromium-6 levels in the Rogue River and Grants Pass water distribution system.

  5. Firewise Communities

    Firewise Communities are neighborhoods that work together as a group to promote participation in the use of technology, policies, and practices that minimize the loss of life and property to wildfire, independent of firefighting efforts.

  6. Grants Pass Tree Programs

    In March 2012, Grants Pass was once again named a Tree City USA community by the National Arbor Day Foundation to honor its commitment to community forestry.

  1. Housing Resources

    Check out housing resources for the City of Grants Pass.

  2. Neighborhood Centers

    A neighborhood center is a hub of small-scale retail and commercial uses that offer day-to-day goods and services used by its surrounding residents.

  3. Planning an Event

    Our community loves to celebrate public events and small gatherings; some events, though, may require permits.

  4. Recycling

    Do you want to recycle? Are you unsure of where you can take your recyclable materials? The City of Grants Pass wants to help you.

  5. Serving on a Committee

    Find out about applying for a position on a city board or committee.

  6. Yard Sales

    Read details on rules and regulations for yard sales.