News By Month: September 2017

The City of Golden Valley will be replacing two water main valves under Golden Valley Rd, and to complete the work, crews will need to shut off the water from 9 pm on Tuesday, Oct 3 to 5 am on Wednesday, Oct 4. The maps below show affected areas. Read More

Delayed work at the intersection of Wayzata Blvd and Lilac Dr S (south of I-394 and just east of Hwy 100) will resume the week of Oct 2 and is expected to take approximately three weeks to complete. Read More

What would our city look like if kids were in charge? Find out by having students you know take part in the 2017 Mayor For A Day Essay Contest! Read More

Starting Friday, Sept 29, Douglas Dr (County Rd 102) access to and from Hwy 55 will close until November as crews will begin reconstructing Douglas Dr between Frontage Rd and Hwy 55, but Golden Valley Rd at Douglas Dr will reopen to traffic. Read More

All eligible voters in Golden Valley can vote absentee—in-person or by mail—beginning Friday, Sept 22.
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As demolition day approaches, the old Brookview Community Center is shutting down. All Brookview Golf operations will be moving to the driving range building on Mon, Sept 25. All other Parks and Recreation services will operate out of City Hall until the new Brookview building opens in December.

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The rain didn’t keep the celebration at bay as dozens of attendees came out for the Covenant Village of Golden Valley dedication of a brand new Little Free Library at the City’s St Croix Park. The event also doubled as a grand opening for the new St Croix Park playground, which was installed this summer. Read More

As the grand opening of the new Brookview approaches, the City of Golden Valley will hire up to 80 additional employees to help with the Three One Six Bar + Grill, the Backyard indoor playground, the event center, and more. Applications are being accepted now.

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Award-winning author Kao Kalia Yang will deliver a reading from her book “The Latehomecomer” this Monday, Sept 18, at Perpich Center for Arts Education starting at 6:30 pm. The event is part of the second annual Golden Valley Reads program.

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The Sept 14 Coffee With A Cop, scheduled for 8:30-10 am at Byerly’s, has been canceled to allow Golden Valley police officers to attend the funeral of their fallen colleague from the Wayzata Police Department. It will be rescheduled for a later date. Read More