News By Category: Physical Development

At its June 9 work session, the Golden Valley City Council gave staff direction to move forward with a curbside organics collection program based on recommendations by the City’s Environmental Commission. Read More

Residents interested in the City’s Pavement Management Program (PMP) are encouraged to watch the 2022 PMP Open House to learn more about one of the last phases of this 25+ year project. Read More

Theodore Wirth Parkway between Golden Valley Rd and 29th Ave N is closed for Phase 1 of a City of Minneapolis resurfacing project that is expected to last four weeks. Traffic will be detoured via Golden Valley Rd, Penn Ave, and 29th Ave N (see detour map below). Read More

The City of Golden Valley is in need of residents and local business owners and leaders for its Xcel Energy Partners In Energy (PIE) Planning Team. Applications can be found on the City website and submitted to eeckman@goldenvalleymn.gov. Read More

Westwood Dr S will be closed at the address of 213 Westwood Dr S for sanitary sewer repairs beginning Tue, July 7. The closure is expected to last 2–3 days, weather permitting. Read More

After months of research and gathering of public input, the City’s Planning Commission is prepared to make a recommendation to the City Council on zoning code changes regarding narrow lots. The Council will discuss the issue and hold a public hearing at its July 21 regular meeting, although residents are encouraged to share public testimony electronically before the meeting. Read More

The City of Golden Valley is recruiting residents and local business owners and leaders to join its Xcel Energy Partners In Energy (PIE) Planning Team. Applications can be found on the City website and submitted to eeckman@goldenvalleymn.gov. Read More

In March, the City Council authorized the preparation of a planning study to explore the next phase of the DeCola Ponds Flood Mitigation Plan—the SEA School-Wildwood Park Flood Mitigation Study. As part of the study, the City of Golden valley is looking for initial feedback from residents. Read More

CenterPoint Energy’s authorized contractors have been making significant work on 2020 Belt Line Project. Stay informed by signing up for project updates on CenterPoint Energy’s Construction Zone website. Read More

Similar to a virtual open house, the City created an ArcGIS story map for residents to learn about the SEA School-Wildwood Park Flood Mitigation Project and easily share feedback. Feedback will be collected until June 30. Read More