The Grand Public Information Center serves the citizens of Grand Forks by providing information about city government as efficiently as possible. Whether its reaching out to the media via news releases or engaging citizens over social media, we try to keep the public informed of what's going on at City Hall.
Event planners in Grand Forks get their Special Events Application in the Public Information Center. Everything from marathons to neighborhood parties, the Public Information Center can help you with the paper work as a one stop shop for you Special Event Application.
The Public Information Center operates GFTV Channel 2, the city's government access channel. GFTV Channel 2 broadcasts government related content including government meetings.
GF311 is what citizens can use if they need to report a problem within the city. Calling 3-1-1 gets you to the Public Information Center for reporting your concern. Residents can also report issues online by using the GF311 citizens reporting app.