News By Month: April 2016

May 1 is the first day of the annual Step to It Challenge, an easy and friendly competition that encourages area residents to get active. Sign up now. Read More

Kids ages 12 and under are encouraged to bring their bikes out to the annual Bike Rodeo May 4, from 6 to 8 pm, at Sonnesyn Elementary School, 3421 Boone Avenue North, New Hope. Read More

Xenia Ave will be closed between Golden Hills Dr and Laurel Ave from 6:30 pm to 6:30 am May 2-5 so crews can perform utility work in the street. Read More

Property owners who have questions about their property valuation notices can come to the Open Book meeting April 26, 4-6pm, at the City Hall Council Chambers. Read More

Heads up! Both directions of Hwy 100 between I-394 and Hwy 62 will be closed from 9 pm Friday, April 15 through 5 am Monday, April 18. Motorists will be detoured around the closure via I-35W, I-394, Hwy 169, and Hwy 62.

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Texting is not the only way drivers are distracted. Talking, eating cereal, reading, fiddling with the radio, applying make-up, and shaving are among the many forms of distracted driving witnessed by Golden Valley police officers. April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month, making it a good time learn more about this dangerous behavior and how to prevent it from occurring. Read More

Golden Valley’s Housing and Redevelopment Authority (HRA) will review the Brookview Community Center replacement project status and consider a resolution approving the issuance of lease revenue obligations this Tues, April 12, 6:30 pm, at City Hall. The meeting will include a public input portion. Read More

It’s time to break free from winter and get moving again. The annual Step to It Challenge, an easy and friendly competition to encourage area residents to get active, will take place May 1-28. Sign up now. Read More

The 22nd annual Run The Valley is April 16, and if you haven’t yet signed up for this community event, there’s no time like the present! All proceeds are allocated to non-profit organizations that serve Golden Valley residents in need.

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Golden Valley needs paid on-call fighters. It is a skills-driven commitment that will leave you prepared to face any number of unique challenges, both as a firefighter and as a civilian. If you are 18 and live or work within six minutes of a Golden Valley fire station, you could be part of our firefighting team.

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