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.
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.
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.
Over the last several weeks, the Golden Valley Police Department (GVPD) has seen a small increase in residential burglaries across Golden Valley, generally occurring during the day and into early evening when homeowners are away from home.
A CenterPoint Energy utility reconstruction project is scheduled to start Thursday, Sept 25 in Golden Valley along Winnetka Ave between Harold Ave and Golden Valley Rd. The three- to six-week project will have a significant impact on traffic due to lane shifts and closures, but full access will be maintained to all businesses and residents.
At last night’s City Council meeting, the City recognized the winners of the 2014 Views Of The Valley Photo Contest. Congratulations to the winners, who bested a field of 59 competitors.
Plan to stop by Brookview Community Center Wednesday, Sept 24, 9-11 am, for coffee and conversation with officers from the Golden Valley Police Department (GVPD). “Coffee With A Cop” encourages citizens to become familiar with the officers who serve their community, ask questions, and express concerns.
For six years citizen volunteers have come together to plant and maintain lilacs in the right-of-way of Hwy 55 through Golden Valley. The seventh annual Lilac Party will Saturday, Sept 27, 8:30 am to 1 pm. The City is looking for anyone 16 or older who wants to help with the grassroots beautification project.
Due to the Labor Day holiday, recycling collection for residents in the gray service area will occur on Saturday, Sept 6, instead of the usual Friday collection. Residents who live in the blue service area will not see any service changes.