News By Month: September 2012

Help beautify Golden Valley and share community pride Saturday, Oct 6, at the second annual Valley Volunteer Day. This event was planned and coordinated by a group of volunteers to fulfill needs around the community. Read More

After surveying residents for feedback about Neighborhood Watch and ideas for improvements, the Golden Valley Police Department (GVPD) has made a preliminary plan for the future of the program. Read More

The Golden Valley Police Department (GVPD) has canceled three Neighborhood Watch block captain meeting scheduled over the next week due to the small number of RSVPs from residents to attend the meeting. Read More

The City of Golden Valley earned national recognition last month for its Inflow and Infiltration Communications Plan when the American Public Works Association (APWA) presented the City’s Public Works and Communications Departments with the 2012 Exceptional Performance Award-Journalism. Read More

The chill in the air that comes with fall sometimes carries a whiff of woodsmoke, as people enjoy backyard fires in the evening. Recreational fires in Golden Valley require a permit and must comply with City Code. Read More

Three upcoming events in Golden Valley provide opportunities for community engagement and volunteerism. The events were conceived and planned by Golden Valley’s Envision Connection Project Bridge Builders group, Read More

The Golden Valley City Council will review the proposed 2013-2014 City budgets for Utilities, Storm, Recycling, and Vehicle Maintenance and the proposed 2013-2017 Capital Improvement Program (CIP) at the Council/Manager meeting Tuesday, Sept 11, 6:30 pm, at Golden Valley City Hall, 7800 Golden Valley Rd.

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The City of Golden Valley is asking citizens for ideas about how to make its Neighborhood Watch program better than ever. To offer ideas for improvements, residents have until Sept 14 to participate in this 10-question Golden Valley Neighborhood Watch Community Survey. Read More

Due to the Labor Day holiday, curbside recycling pick-up for residents in the gray service area will be on Saturday this week instead of Friday. Residents in the blue service area will not see any service changes. Read More