News By Month: March 2018

CenterPoint Energy will start preliminary work on its Golden Valley Road 2018 Belt Line Project April 4, which will replace an existing natural gas pipeline in Golden Valley. Read More

Brookview’s Three One Six Bar + Grill has launched a Facebook page to help get the word out on happy hours, special offers, events, and services. Be one of the first to like the official page on Facebook! Read More

This Sunday, the Three One Six Bar + Grill will be serving a special Easter brunch. Other Brookview services, including the indoor playground, will be closed.  Read More

Calling all local artists: The City of Golden Valley is accepting artist applications for art displays at Brookview and City Hall for the summer and fall rotations. The deadline to apply is April 6, 2018. Read More

Residents, businesses, property owners, and the general public are encouraged to attend a community workshop Wed, March 28, 6–8 pm, to help guide planning for the areas around the future METRO Blue Line Extension light rail transit (LRT) line. The workshop will be held at Unity Minneapolis, 4000 Golden Valley Rd, Golden Valley. Read More

The Golden Valley City Council is seeking citizens interested in becoming more active in their city government by volunteering to serve on the City’s Advisory Boards and Commissions. Deadline for applications is March 26, 2018.

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Registration is open for Golden Valley’s Spring/Summer Parks and Recreation programs and activities. From arts and athletics to classes, lectures, and tours, there’s something for everyone.

Starting this spring, Golden Valley could be the first city in Minnesota to try out a new and innovative approach to public transportation: LimeBike. Read More

Join City of Golden Valley employees and Memorial Blood Centers (MBC) in giving the gift of life Tue, March 13, at City Hall, 7800 Golden Valley Rd, for the annual blood drive.

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City crews will begin plowing all Golden Valley streets curb to curb at 2 am Tuesday, March 6. No parking is allowed on any street until the storm has ended and plowing has been completed, and from 2 am to 6 am daily. Read More