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Any person that lives/pays taxes within the municipal boundaries of Grand Blanc Township or the City of Grand Blanc are considered residents. It is not guaranteed if you live in the 48439, 48507 zip codes or within the Grand Blanc Community School district that you are a resident, as they include other municipalities. Our registration system automatically detects residency. If you think the system has incorrectly determined your residency we ask that you please email a copy of your drivers license and most recent property tax bill to email@example.com to verify.
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Park Hours are 8 AM - Sunset.
The Grand Blanc Parks and Recreation Office is located at Grand Blanc Township Hall 5371 South Saginaw St. Grand Blanc, MI 48457. Hours are Monday - Friday 8 AM - 5 PM.
The Senior Center is open Monday thru Friday from 8 AM - 4PM.
The splash pad is open from 10 AM - 6 PM Memorial Day to Labor Day.
Most of GB Parks operating budget comes from the revenue generated by programs, rentals, special events and sponsorships, with the rest being subsidized by Grand Blanc Township. An agreement between the Township and the City allows for City residents to be considered residents. The City subsidizes City resident rates based on the percentage of participation by its residents. Currently there is no agreement with other surrounding municipalities. Grand Blanc Senior Center rates are the same for any resident in Genesee County because of the county wide senior millage.
The Commons, Rust Park and Physicans Park are owned an operated by the City of Grand Blanc. For questions, concerns or rentals please contact the City of Grand Blanc at 810.694.1118. Information can be found at https://www.cityofgrandblanc.com/city_services/parks_and_recreation/city_parks/index.php
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