News By Category: Parks and Recreation

The City is now accepting artist applications for rotating art displays at Brookview and City Hall for winter and spring. The deadline to apply is Sept 28, 2018. Artists will be notified by Oct 31, 2018 if their artwork is chosen. Read More

The Penny Carnival has been moved from Brookview Park to the Bassett Creek room at Brookview Golden Valley (316 Brookview Parkway S), 12:30-2 pm, due to inclement weather. Read More

Bring your friends and family to enjoy a beautiful Minnesota summer night watching the movie “Space Jam” at Brookview Park, Aug 10, 8:30 pm.  Read More

The annual Penny Carnival hosted by the Golden Valley Parks and Recreation Department is next Friday, Aug 3, 12:30-2 pm, at Brookview Park. Read More

There are many opportunities for adults to stay active this fall through the Golden Valley Parks and Recreation Department.  Read More

Lime is bringing its first shipment of dockless bikes to Golden Valley Fri, July 20. Look for them at City Hall, Brookview, Brookview Park, and other selected spots–the bright lime green bicycles are hard to miss! Read More

The City of Golden Valley Parks and Recreation Department’s annual Penny Carnival is looking for volunteers to help run the event, Aug 3, 12:30-2 pm, at Brookview Park. Read More

The cities of Golden Valley, Crystal, and New Hope are collaborating to introduce the NEW Adult Co-Rec Kickball league. The league offers men and women with an opportunity to relive their childhood gym class experiences. Read More

Through many years of harsh winters and unbearable summers, it’s expected that playground equipment, athletic fields, and tennis courts will receive normal wear and tear. The City of Golden Valley will be making the following park improvements in the coming months. Read More

Starting Monday, June 11, the Golden Valley Parks and Recreation Department is offering Summer Playground Adventure at four community parks around the city. The Puppet Wagon will also begin its weekly rounds to many Golden Valley parks. Read More