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Grand Rivers Population: 401

Total Males: 200
Total Females: 201
Median Household Income: $47,981
Total Households: 177

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Brief Information About Grand Rivers


The city of Grand Rivers is located in the county of Livingston. It covers a total area of 4.9 sq. km. The educated and trained workforce is engaged in businesses related to supplies of artist materials, bicycle equipments, clothing accessories, paving and seafood restaurants and road side services, contribute to the local economy in a positive way. Commercial spaces are utilized by seafood restaurants, clinics, embassies and stores of sporting goods.



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