News By Category: Administrative Services

The State of Minnesota has allowed state DMV offices to offer limited service while the state is under the Governor’s Stay At Home order. Starting April 6, the Golden Valley DMV will process tab renewals through the Utility Drop Box located outside the City Hall main doors. Read More

Taking a shower, doing laundry, and washing the dishes are all things that make your water meter move. Knowing how to read your meter can help you control your water usage, and ultimately, your bill. Read More

As a result of Governor Walz’s executive order directing Minnesotans to stay at home and limit movements outside of their home beyond essential needs, the Golden Valley DMV and all other state DMVs will be closed through April 10. Read More

While Golden Valley City Hall is closed, the DMV is still able to process tab renewals through the Utility Drop Box, located outside the City Hall main doors. Read More

Visitors to Golden Valley’s City website may experience delays accessing meeting agendas and minutes from approximately 8 am–noon Tuesday, Jan 14 while the City performs maintenance on document servers. Full access is expected to be restored that afternoon.

Election results for the Nov 5 City election will be posted after 8:30 pm on the Minnesota Secretary of State’s website. City results will also be published on the City website the morning of Nov 6. Read More

Golden Valley polls will be open 7 am–8 pm on Election Day, Nov 5. Read More

For residents looking to cast their ballot before the Nov 5 election, City Hall will be open Sat, Nov 2, 10 am–3 pm, and Monday, Nov 4, until 5 pm. Read More

Eligible voters will place their ballots directly into a ballot counter when voting in person at City Hall Oct 29–Nov 4. Voting machines will record votes as they are turned in but will not report results until after polls close on Election Day, Nov 5. Read More

As part of its Pathways To Public Service program, the City of Golden Valley is partnering with BrookLynk in an effort to introduce young people to career opportunities in public employment. This summer, six young adults will each work a 10-week internship in various City departments. Read More