News By Month: May 2012

The President of the United States will visit Golden Valley Friday, June 1, where he will address an audience at Honeywell regarding economic and job creation issues. Read More

After the Golden Valley Lilac Project’s first annual Maintenance Morning was rained out May 26, organizers have set two new dates: June 2, 9 am to noon, and June 5, 5:30 to 9:30 pm. Read More

The City of Golden Valley has repaired the water main break that closed the northbound Hwy 100 ramp to Glenwood Ave May 31; however, the ramp will remain closed until 7 am June 1 while curb and pavement repairs are completed.

The City of Golden Valley is repairing a water main break today, May 31, on the northbound Hwy 100 ramp to Glenwood Ave. The ramp will be closed for the duration of the repair. Read More

The start time for the Hennepin County Regional Railroad Authority’s June 12 Bottineau Transitway public hearing has been changed from 1:30 pm to 5 pm.

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Due to the Memorial Day holiday, recycling collection for residents in the gray service area will be delayed until Saturday. Residents who live in the blue service area will not see any service changes. Read More

In the last two weeks, the Golden Valley Police Department has seen an increase in reported residential crimes, specifically in the northeast (Zone 6) corner of the city. These incidents have all occurred overnight. Read More

Each year Hennepin County teams up with local municipalities to give residents a chance to get rid of UGH—“Unwanted Garden and Household” chemicals and waste—at free household hazardous waste collections: June 7–9,  9 am–4 pm, 7250 Hwy 7, St Louis Park and July 26–28, 9 am–4 pm, at Dunwoody College of Technology, 818 Dunwoody Blvd, Minneapolis. Read More

As the Bottineau Transitway Draft Environmental Impact Study enters its final phase, the Hennepin County Regional Railroad Authority will select what is called the “Locally Preferred Alternative” (LPA) for the route alignment. Upcoming meetings offer opportunities for information and citizen input. Read More

Time is running out to submit your shots in the City’s 20th annual Views of the Valley photo contest. Read More