News By Month: April 2011

Golden Valley’s Neighbors Helping Neighbors initiative is sponsoring a Spring Cleaning Blitz Saturday, April 30. Volunteers from several local church and community organizations will go to homes around Golden Valley to help residents with chores like yard raking and exterior window cleaning. Read More

A second survey about Theodore-Wirth Park is now available for Golden Valley residents through May 2. Take the survey about the southwest region of the park (in and around the Bog area) and help steer its future. Read More

The City of Golden Valley’s Motor Vehicle Licensing Department will remain closed until further notice. Read More

The spring City, County, & Municipalities Auction is scheduled for Monday, April 25 to sell vehicles and equipment from a variety of public agencies, with all proceeds going back to each agency. Read More

Minnesota will conduct two tornado drills Thursday, April 14, at 1:45 pm and 6:55 pm. The severe weather alert sirens in Hennepin County will activate as part of the tornado drills.  Read More

In honor of Golden Valley’s 125th anniversary this year, a group of citizens is creating a time capsule containing selected artifacts reflective of contemporary Golden Valley. Golden Valley residents are urged to participate in a number of ways, says Blair Tremere,  project coordinator. Read More

The City of Golden Valley’s Motor Vehicle Licensing Department’s temporary closure has been extended to complete its audit. It will reopen Monday, April 18. Read More

Spring has officially arrived. Brookview Golf Course is open! The 18-hole course and driving range opens April 7 at 10 am. The par 3 course will open Friday, April 8 at 8 am. Read More

Golden Valley residents have until April 17 to take a survey about the future of Theodore-Wirth Park, a regional park that’s located primarily within the Golden Valley City limits. Read More

For the third consecutive year, Golden Valley residents have been invited to participate in the City of Plymouth’s spring tree and shrub sale. The program offers inexpensive, high-quality plants Read More