News By Month: May 2018

The Golden Valley Orchestra kicks off Concerts In The Park for the 14th straight year June 4 at 7 pm, with a performance at Brookview Park. The Movies In The Park series will begin August 10. Read More

As part of CenterPoint Energy’s 2018 Belt Line Project, crews will close Theodore Wirth Parkway at Zenith Ave June 1-8 to install the natural gas main. Dates of week-long closure may vary a few days depending on the weather. Read More

The Golden Valley Firefighter Recruitment Expo on June 14 is an opportunity for residents to talk with current firefighters and learn more about becoming a paid on-call firefighter, and the Women’s Fire Service Expo, put on by the North Star Women’s Firefighter Association (NSWFA), on June 23 is a great event for women to network with current, experienced women in the fire service throughout the metro area. Read More

Starting Monday, June 4, the Golden Valley Rd Bridge (County Rd 66) over Bassett Creek will close for bridge replacement work. It will remain closed until August 31. Read More

For the past few months, crews have been working toward completing many final tasks on the Douglas Drive project. This work will include closing some lanes on Hwy 55 at the Douglas Dr intersection starting mid- to late-week May 28. Read More

The Golden Valley Parks and Recreation Department has a lot in store this summer for Golden Valley residents, and it wants remind you that many registration deadlines are approaching. Sign up now for a variety of fun summertime activities! Read More

CityNews, Golden Valley’s bi-monthly newsletter, is undergoing modifications to make it easier to read while still providing important information about City services and activities. Read More

This year’s selection for the third annual Golden Valley Reads program is “Vacationland,” by Minnesota author Sarah Stonich.  Read More

After years of preliminary work, Golden Valley’s 2040 Comprehensive Plan draft is ready for citizen review. Deadline for feedback is July 15, 2018.

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The Golden Valley Fire Department is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year and is more committed than ever to making Golden Valley a safer city. The City needs more paid on-call firefighters and the Fire Department wants to show you that becoming a firefighter is a challenge almost anyone can take on. Read More