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Calder Plaza

  • 351 Ottawa Ave. NW
  • Ottawa Ave. between Michigan and Lyon NW
  • Grand Rapids, MI 49503
  • Neighborhood:Downtown
  • (616) 451-3000
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The open, hard-surface plaza adjoining the City and County buildings hosts numerous large community events and "La Grand Vitesse," the Alexander Calder Stabile which symbolizes the City of Grand Rapids.

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Beach, Parks & Trails
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  • Park Type: City
Accessibility
  • Getting Around: The routes through the Grand Rapids City Hall are wide and level.

    The VandenBerg (Calder) Plaza is large and level.

    There are elevators that provides access to all floors and connect the Grand Rapids City Hall with the VandenBerg (Calder) Plaza.
  • Parking: Government Center Ramp at 300 Monroe Avenue NW. — 0.01 miles from the venue.

    Fifth Third Ellis Lot, Ottawa Ave. — 0.02 Miles from the venue.
  • Sensory: The Grand Rapids City Hall is quiet and well lit.
  • Entrance: The City Hall Monroe Avenue entrance has a powered door with a push button.

    The VandenBerg (Calder) Plaza City Hall entrance has a powered door with a push button.

    Both entrances to the City Hall are flush with the sidewalks.
  • Seating: Chair and bench seating is available.
  • Restrooms: Men’s and Women’s multi-user style restrooms are present in the Grand Rapids City Hall. These restrooms have at least one accessible stall.
General
Beach, Parks & Trails
Accessibility
  • Getting Around: The routes through the Grand Rapids City Hall are wide and level.

    The VandenBerg (Calder) Plaza is large and level.

    There are elevators that provides access to all floors and connect the Grand Rapids City Hall with the VandenBerg (Calder) Plaza.
  • Parking: Government Center Ramp at 300 Monroe Avenue NW. — 0.01 miles from the venue.

    Fifth Third Ellis Lot, Ottawa Ave. — 0.02 Miles from the venue.
  • Sensory: The Grand Rapids City Hall is quiet and well lit.
  • Entrance: The City Hall Monroe Avenue entrance has a powered door with a push button.

    The VandenBerg (Calder) Plaza City Hall entrance has a powered door with a push button.

    Both entrances to the City Hall are flush with the sidewalks.
  • Seating: Chair and bench seating is available.
  • Restrooms: Men’s and Women’s multi-user style restrooms are present in the Grand Rapids City Hall. These restrooms have at least one accessible stall.
Parks
  • Park Type: City