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Call the Grand Blanc Township at 810-424-2600. For a particular office, please add the following extension:
Police Dispatch may be reach by calling 810-424-2611.
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For emergencies dial 911. For non-emergencies, call us at our office at 810-424-2611, or you may come to our office at the following address:5371 S Saginaw StreetGrand Blanc, MI 48439
Yes! In May 1996 an ordinance was passed governing the activity of minor persons in public places during nighttime hours. Its prohibitions state that minors shall not loiter, idle or congregate in any public street or place of business open to the public during curfew hours unless accompanied by a parent or someone delegated by the parent.
Curfew hours vary according to the age of the minor.
It is also a violation of the ordinance for any person 17 years old to assist or encourage a younger minor to violate the above provisions.
To obtain an Accident Report (UD-10), Accident Report
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After the police investigation, you may want to contact Crime Victim Assistance at 810-257-3493 for legal rights, information, and support. Emergency and medical services are available to you if needed. Victim Compensation Benefits may be available to you. You may write to the Crime Victim Compensation Board at:P.O. Box 30026Lansing, MI 48909
All traffic fines are collected at 67th District Court Fourth Division B located at 8173 S Saginaw Street (just south of Grand Blanc City's southern limit). The Honorable Christopher R. Odette and Magistrate Rhonda Carey preside. The court's phone number is 810-694-2552.
Michigan Vehicle Code requires in section 257.622 "The driver of a motor vehicle involved in an accident that injures or kills any person, or that damages property to an apparent extent totaling $400 or more, shall immediately report that accident at the nearest or most convenient police station, or to the nearest or most convenient police officer."
Should the above pertain to your accident, or you are not sure, it is in your best interest to call and report the accident immediately. Our office is staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and you can reach us by calling 810-424-2611
You may report suspicious situations:
To be eligible for a handgun purchase permit, you:
To apply for a handgun purchase permit, you must go to the Genesee County Sheriff's Department in person at 1002 S Saginaw Street in Flint, MI. Please call 810-257-3418 for office hours.
The court sets the fines and costs on traffic tickets. The phone number for the Magistrate's Office for traffic tickets is 810-694-2552.
The Michigan Office of Highway Safety Planning and the U.S. Department of Transportation said, "Safety belts save lives!" They go on to cite the following statistics:
Every situation is different; so there are no set guidelines, however, consider the following:
You may also bring civil action against your stalker. This allows you to sue him/her for any damage they have done or emotional harm caused.
As a victim, your best weapon against stalkers is the local law enforcement agency. They are a means of protection as well as a source for referrals. However, it is also important to have support from your friends and/or family during this emotionally distressing event.
Stalking Victim's Hotline: 517-543-3775
A PPO is an order issued by the court. It can protect you from harassment, assault, beating, molesting, wounding, or stalking by another person. The order can also prohibit him/her from entering your premises and from removing minor children unless the removal is part of court-ordered visitation.
There are two types of PPOs:
To file for a PPO:
Family Violence Hotline: 800-996-6228
You may receive a PPO only if you are a victim of domestic violence or stalking. The PPOs are available from the County Clerk's Office in the County Courthouse at:900 S Saginaw StreetFlint, MI 48503
Please call 810-257-3225 for more information.
The Code of Ordinances can be found on the Library Municode website. The criminal code can be found in Chapter 12.
View our garbage collection page for more information.
All of the payment options are listed on our payment options page.
You can report a power outage on the Consumer's Energy website.
When authorized, the owner of the property being held as evidence, confiscated, found or safekeeping will be notified in writing that the property may be claimed. The written notification will include the location of the property, the hours during which the property may be claimed and the length of time the owner has to claim the property before alternate disposition is made. Questions about the release of property can be made to the Evidence Technician at 810-424-2611 or by email.
The Grand Blanc Township Police Department has a prescription pill drop box located in our lobby available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and 365 days a year. This drop box provides residents a safe place to dispose of unwanted, unused, or expired prescription pills only. We are unable to accept liquids, powders, or patches.
The Grand Blanc Township Police Department has a total of four-speed monitoring devices - two-speed monitoring trailers and two-speed boards. These devices are available to be placed in target areas at the request of residents. They are used for speed monitoring along the township's roadways and in our approximate 191 subdivisions. Officers may be targeted in those areas as well for enforcement purposes. If you would like to request a speed monitoring device in your neighborhood please call 810-424-2611.