Public Service Announcements

Public service information, such as school closings, power outages, etc.

Light Up a Life

Celebrate the life of a loved one and support end of life care with Care Partners' 6th Annual “Light up a Life" event. Each donation lights one bulb in memory of one person on our memory tree.  This year, our tree is located downtown, next to Drury Lane Books. Lights will be lit as donations come in. Donation forms are available at area churches, businesses and on the web at  

The Tree Lighting Ceremony will be held at East Bay Suites in their Stone Throw Room on Thursday, December 4th at 6 pm.  Pastor Beth Benson will assist with a short ceremony of reflection and connection. Music will be provided by Yvonne Mills. The event is sponored by Care Partners to support end of life services in Cook County.


CONTACT: Kay Grindland
PHONE: 387-3788
DATE: 11/21/2014 01:09pm

Deadline Extended to Nov. 26th for Highway 61 Feedback

One more week to comment! Deadline for providing feedback on the concept designs for Highway 61 through Grand Marais extended to Wed., Nov 26th.

After two public meetings and over 100 comments from community members, first concept designs for Highway 61 through Grand Marais were presented to a group of over 60 interested community members on Oct. 28th. At the meeting, folks gathered to view the 12 foot long drawings and shared comments, questions, and conversation.

If you didn’t make the meeting, or have additional comments after viewing the designs, the City of Grand Marais welcomes feedback through November 26th at or stop by City Hall (M-F 8:00-4:30). The final public design meeting will be held in January, so now is the time to comment!  Your input will help shape the future of Highway 61 and our community.

Questions? Contact Mike Roth, City Administrator, at 218-387-1848 or

CONTACT: City of Grand Marais and Moving Matters
DATE: 11/19/2014 09:20am

"Free Day at the Dentist"

Call Grand Marais Family Dentistry at 387-2774 to schedule an appointment for your child ages 18 months to 18 years of age on Friday, October 3, 2014.  Free services include, an exam, cleaning, x-rays, fluoride, and/or sealants.


Sponsored by the Oral Health Task Force and Grand Marais Family Dentistry.


The Oral Health Task Force provides dental care to the children of Cook County and the Grand Portage Reservation from 18 months to 18 years of age through support provided by the North Shore Health Care Foundation, Sawtooth Mountain Clinic, Grand Marais Family Dentistry, Cook County Community Fund, Lloyd K. Johnson Foundation, Mardag Foundation, Grand Marais Lions, Minnesota Dental Foundation, Cook County Community Fund.



DATE: 09/15/2014 11:30am