City Office: 280 South Maple Street, PO Box 435, Grant, MI 49327
The Mayor's Office The citizens of Grant elect their Mayor every two years. The Mayor serves the City of Grant on a part-time basis, and acts as the President of the Grant City Commission. The Mayor is also a voting-member of the Planning Commission. The Mayor also performs wedding within Newaygo County for a cost of $75 per day.
Julie Hallman Mayor 209 Commerce St Grant, MI 49327
Term Expires: November, 2019
Mayor Julie Hallman
"I am so excited to be able to serve the City I have loved and lived in for 53 years of my 57 years! I graduated from Grant High School, as did my parents, children, and many other family members. I served as a City Commissioner for about 20 years before running for Mayor. You can see that I am very vested in the area.
Over the years, my husband and I have served the community in lots of areas. We have both coached sports in the little league groups, and I have worked with Girl Scouts, provided daycare and volunteered at the schoos and church. I currently serve as Vice President and representative for the teacher aides in the support staff union with Grant Public Schools, where I have been employed for23 years in a variety of positions. The students at the building I work in were so excited to hear I am the Mayor and want to know what a Mayor does. They asked if I feel and if I am going to quit being the "Library Lady." I told them "No I don't" and "Not at this time!" It is so great to see them interested and learning about our local government!
Please feel free to contact me through e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or thru the City's here. I will TRY to check it often. My cell is 730-3806. While I cannot promise to solve every issue, I can promise to listen and get back to you with what I find out. Sometimes a compromise is the best we can do...I heard once that a good compromise is a solutionwhere neither party is 100% happy."