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Beginning Monday, Sept 29, southbound Winnetka Ave will be closed between Hwy 55 and Western Ave to allow Michels Corporation to install a new CenterPoint Energy high pressure gas transmission line. The road is anticipated to reopen in four to six weeks. Two separate detours will be provided on Glenwood Ave and General Mills Blvd. Read More

In conjunction with National Mental Illness Awareness Week, the City of Golden Valley’s Human Rights Commission (HRC) will present a mental health awareness program Oct 9 featuring Ken Barlow, KSTP-TV meteorologist, who will share his struggle with bipolar disorder and lead a discussion about mental health issues. The event will begin at 6:30 pm in the Golden Valley City Hall Council Chambers at 7800 Golden Valley Rd. Read More

Families with autism are invited to an open house Saturday, Oct 11, 2–4 pm, hosted by the Golden Valley Police and Fire Departments and the Autism Society of Minnesota. The event will be held at the Golden Valley Public Safety building at 7800 Golden Valley Rd. Read More

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Meetings & Events

Tue, Sep 30 - 5.30pm

Brookview Community Center Task Force
Brookview Community Center, 200 Brookview Pkwy, Golden Valley, MN, United States

Tue, Sep 30 - 7.00pm

City Council Neighborhood Meeting
Chester Bird American Legion Post 523, 200 N Lilac Dr, Golden Valley, MN, 55427

Wed, Oct 1 - 1.30pm

Joint Water Commission Meeting
Golden Valley City Hall

Thu, Oct 2 - 6.00pm

Bottineau Station Area Planning Comittee Meeting
Golden Valley City Hall, 7800 Golden Valley Rd, Golden Valley, MN, 55427

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According to state law, a city or county with a population of more than 15,000 must annually notify its residents of the positions and base salaries of its three highest-paid employees.
For 2014: City Manager - $143,567; Police Chief - $129,607; and Director of Public Works - $128,711.