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Lane Closures Expected On Hwy 55 April 24-May 1

Lane restrictions will be in place on Hwy 55 and Meadow Ln near Theodore Wirth Pkwy beginning April 24 for signal and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) improvements. Read More

Step To It Begins May 1, Sign Up Now

Break out your tennis shoes, because Step To It starts May 1. The free program offered by Hennepin County runs May 1-28 and is open to anyone. Read More

Brookview Golf Course Reopened After Snowfall

Brookview’s 18-hole regulation course and Par 3 courses are open for play and the driving range is scheduled to reopen April 19. Read More

Annual Bike Rodeo May 2, 6-8 PM At Sonnesyn Elementary

The annual Bike Rodeo will take place May 2, 6-8 pm, at the Sonnesyn Elementary and St Joseph’s Parish parking lots.  Read More

Become A Junior Playground Leader This Summer

The Golden Valley Parks and Recreation Department’s Junior Playground Leader program is an opportunity to provide youth ages 14-15 with leadership experience and valuable work skills by working with recreation staff. Read More

Open Book Meeting To Be Held April 26, 4-6 PM At City Hall

Property owners who have questions about their property valuation notices can come to the Open Book meeting April 23, 4-6pm, at the City Hall Council Conference Room. Read More

City Council Sets Direction On Residential Waste Hauling

At last night’s meeting, the City Council adopted a first consideration ordinance to limit the number of licensed waste haulers in Golden Valley. Read More

25th Annual Run The Valley Garners More Than 400 Participants

The 25th annual Run The Valley 5/10K Run and 5K Walk April 13 raised funds for the Golden Valley Human Services Fund (GVHSF), which allocates funds to local human service organizations that benefit the community. Read More

Submit Your Comments On Proposed Medley Park Changes

The City of Golden Valley is offering an opportunity for residents to share their thoughts on the proposed changes to Medley Park. Changes would include replacing the tennis courts with a community garden and replacing the west ballfield with an off-leash pet exercise area. Read More

Sign Up Your Little Ones For T-Ball Stars And Mites

It’s not too late to register for T-Ball Stars and T-Ball Mites. Sign up your future sluggers before classes start April 24. Read More