Official City Council Meeting Agenda Materials can be accessed at the City Council Tab. The City of Gridley is proud of our strong tradition of providing the highest possible levels of transparency....Read More
Effective August 1, 2017 all building inspections services required in the City of Gridley became the responsibility of the Butte County Department of Development Services Building Division, located at 7 County Center Drive in Oroville. The County has a wide array of resources and capabilities far exceeding our one-person operation. We are especially pleased that the County provides a wide array of inspections services and permits online at https://dspermits.buttecounty.net
If you are considering a new project, please visit https://dspermits.buttecounty.net to see if the permit can be obtained online.
The Butte County Building Division can be reached at (530) 538-7601...Read More
Have you ever wanted to get involved and make a difference by helping your neighbors and friends? If so, consider becoming a Gridley Volunteer Firefighter!
The City of Gridley is a combination Fire Department with full-time CAL FIRE Firefighters and Gridley area citizen Volunteer Firefighters. Our Volunteers meet regularly for training. Training is done cooperatively with Butte County Fire and includes all basic firefighting skills: first aid, ladders, breathing apparatus use, hose streams, vehicle extrication, etc. This ongoing training is in addition to the initial basic operations training course.
For more information about becoming a Gridley Volunteer Firefighter, go to www.joinbcfd.org and submit a Volunteer Firefighter Interest Form....Read More
In an effort to keep all Gridley residents and visitors safe, Gridley Firefighters will conduct weed, high grass, rubbish, and nuisance inspections of all residential, commercial, and industrial properties throughout the Summer months. Properties found to have high weeds, grasses, and nuisances as outlined in Chapter 8.08 - Abatement of Weeds and Rubbish of the City Municipal Code, will be officially noticed. Property owners who fail to comply with the Notice will be abated. The costs of the abatement will be billed to the properties and those costs may be assessed against the property’s property taxes....Read More