News By Month: June 2011

A former City of Golden Valley Motor Vehicle Licensing employee was charged today by the Hennepin County Attorney with three felonies, including theft by swindle, theft of public funds, and failure to pay over state funds. Read More

With only two days left to vote, make your choice now for your favorite image in the City of Golden Valley’s 19th annual Views of the Valley photo contest. Read More

Brookview Golf Course will celebrate Golden Valley’s 125th anniversary at the Brookview Grill Tuesday, July 5, with a display of golf memorabilia and an all-day hot dog special. Read More

Golden Valley will get its very own farmers’ market starting June 26, when Market in the Valley opens featuring locally grown produce, food, art, and entertainment. Read More

A crop of upcoming activities will give Golden Valley residents a chance to see what goes into keeping the community safe. Mark your calendars for June 15, June 18, and June 23.

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The Bassett Creek Watershed Management Commission (BCWMC) will hold a public hearing June 16, 2011, on its proposed Major Plan Amendment to its Watershed Management Plan. The hearing will be at 11:30 am at Golden Valley City Hall. Read More

Every year the City of Golden Valley is required to report how it is managing storm water that comes from overland flow—water that does not originate from a single pipe—to reduce pollution. This year the report will be given at the City Council meeting June 21 at 7 pm. Read More

Vote now for your favorite image in the City of Golden Valley’s 19th annual Views of the Valley photo contest. Read More

Golden Valley’s Minnesota Night to Unite (MNTU) planning kits are ready! Join neighbors across Golden Valley and Minnesota Tuesday, Aug 2, 2011, for an evening meant to celebrate and strengthen neighborhood and community partnerships. Read More

The City of Golden Valley will host an open house for residents at City Hall June 23, from 4:30–7 pm, to discuss proposed rezoning of the area between Winnetka and Glenwood Aves (just south of Hwy 55 and north of Harold Ave) as well as the upcoming reconstruction of Harold Ave. Read More