News By Category: Physical Development
All communities with more than 10,000 people are federally mandated to obtain a Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System permit. They must also report annually how they are managing storm water discharge to reduce sediment and pollution loading in natural receiving waters such as lakes, wetlands, and streams.
Xcel Energy has closed a portion of the Three Rivers Luce Line Trail between Douglas Dr and Theodore Wirth Pkwy in Golden Valley for overhead utility pole replacement. The trail is expected to reopen by June 1.
Wayzata Blvd south of I-394, from the west side of Texas Ave to just east of Pennsylvania Ave, will be closed to through traffic the week of May 20 as part of CenterPoint Energy’s 2019 Belt Line Project. Detour routes will be posted on site the week of May 13.
The rules about what can and can’t be recycled seem like they are constantly changing, and they more or less are. Staying informed is the best thing Golden Valley residents can do to make sure they’re recycling the correct items.
The City of Golden Valley was recently selected to host a GreenCorps member for the upcoming service term of September 2019–August 2020, and the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) is looking for Golden Valley community members to apply.
The week of May 6, CenterPoint Energy will start work on its Golden Valley 2019 Belt Line Project, which will replace an existing natural gas pipeline in Golden Valley.
The Metropolitan Council Environmental Services (MCES) will be making necessary improvements to the sanitary sewer system that serves many homes and businesses in Golden Valley beginning the week of May 6.