News By Category: Finance Department
Last December the Golden Valley Council approved utility rate changes (water usage, sanitary sewer, storm drainage, street lights, and recycling) that became effective April 1. However, the company that mails the City’s quarterly utility bills forgot to insert the flyer explaining the rate changes in the residential billing for April.
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.
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.
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.
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).
The City of Golden Valley implemented a new utility billing and payment service Oct 9 that allows customers to receive and view bills electronically and make payments online with a credit/debit card or bank account.
For the 27th 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).