News By Category: Administrative Services

Franchise fee increases approved by the City Council in December 2017 to help fund infrastructure improvements are expected to provide approximately $1 million per year in additional revenue after 2019. The increases are part of the City’s strategic plan to outline infrastructure project priorities and provide financing solutions that lessen the use of long-term debt. Read More

Brookview will be open on Election Day only for voters in Golden Valley’s Precinct 8. Please follow signs to enter the building on the north side. Read More

Eligible voters will place their ballots directly into a ballot counter when voting in person at City Hall Oct 31-Nov 6. Voting machines will record votes as they are turned in but will not report results until after polls close on Election Day, Nov 7.

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For the 28th consecutive year, the City of Golden Valley has been awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting for its comprehensive annual financial report (CAFR).

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Replays of the Oct 19 Golden Valley League of Women Voters candidate forum for the 2017 Golden Valley City Council election are available on CCX Media channels, the CCX website, and YouTube. Read More

All eligible voters in Golden Valley can vote absentee—in-person or by mail—beginning Friday, Sept 22.
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Five Golden Valley residents have filed to run for two Golden Valley City Council seats for the Nov 7 election. Read More

Starting Aug 1, Golden Valley residents interested in becoming City policy makers can file to run for City Council in this year’s Nov 7 municipal election. Voters will elect two Council Members (four-year terms). Read More

From Thurs, July 20, through Mon, July 24, all Minnesota Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) locations will be closed or providing reduced services. Golden Valley’s DMV in City Hall will provide reduced services all three days. Read More

At its Dec 6 meeting, the Golden Valley City Council unanimously adopted the City’s proposed 2017-2018 biennial budget and 2017 tax levy (payable 2017). The 2017 tax levy will be $21,531,403, a reduction of $131,700 from the preliminary levy of $21,663,103 adopted by the City Council Sept 20. Read More