Legal/Public Hearing Notices

Minor Subdivision Request For 210 Cutacross Road

Minor Subdivision
210 Cutacross Road
GreenWood Design Build LLC, Applicant

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council for the City of Golden Valley, will meet at the Golden Valley City Hall, Council Chambers, 7800 Golden Valley Road, Golden Valley, Minnesota, Wednesday, August 2, 2017, at 6:30 pm, and will then and there hold a formal public hearing to consider a Minor Subdivision request. The proposed subdivision would reconfigure the existing single family residential lot into two new single family residential lots.

All interested parties are invited to attend this public hearing. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Planning Department at 763-593-8095 or by email at

The legal description is as follows:

Lot 5, Block 4, “Tralee” Hennepin County, Minnesota.

City Code requires notification of owners of property lying within 500 feet of any site for which a Minor Subdivision application has been filed. If your property is occupied wholly or in part by renters, it is up to you to decide whether to pass this notice on to them.

If you require auxiliary aids or services to participate or communicate in this meeting, please contact Kris Luedke at 763-593-8012 (TTY: 763-593-3968) 48 hours before the meeting time to make a request. Examples of auxiliary aids or services may include sign language interpreter, assistive listening device, accessible meeting location, etc.


Shade Tree Disease Control

City Of Golden Valley
Legal Notice
Shade Tree Disease Control

Pursuant to Golden Valley City Code, Chapter 10, Section 10.50, in conjunction with Minnesota Statutes Chapter 18G.16, the City shall control hazardous trees with Dutch elm or oak wilt diseases on public and private properties.

If a property owner has trees that are tagged, the owner will receive a notice from the Physical Development Department, Forestry Division, allowing 20 days to abate the situation. The notice will outline options for removal and the location for disposal of the diseased or hazardous trees. After the 20-day time limit, the City’s contractor shall be directed by the City to remove the trees. The City will charge the property owner for removal, plus an administrative fee of 20%. Any questions may be directed to the Assistant City Forester at 763-593-3976.

Kristine A. Luedke, City Clerk