News By Month: October 2018

Golden Valley Rd between Decatur Ave N and the Hello Apartments will be closed from Tuesday, Oct 23 to Friday Oct 26 (weather permitting).

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A local Veterans Day event Sun, Nov 11, will honor the centennial of the World War I armistice, which ended fighting on land, sea, and air between US allies and their last opponent, Germany.

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The Golden Valley Human Rights Commission (HRC) is honoring the birthday and legacy of Martin Luther King with the second annual Dr Martin Luther King Jr Literary Contest. Read More

After months of planning by City staff and fundraising by Golden Valley resident and Hopkins High School student Eve Clarkson, the Peace Pole has been installed on City Hall campus adjacent to the water tower parking lot. A dedication ceremony is scheduled for Tue, Oct 16, 6 pm, at the Peace Pole. Read More

With 100 percent of the natural gas main installed for CenterPoint Energy’s 2018 Belt Line Project, crews are now restoring the areas affected by the construction and expect to finish in October. Read More

The Duluth St ramp to northbound Hwy 100 will be closed beginning Oct 12, 9 pm, as crews continue the Metropolitan Council Environmental Services (MCES) Golden Valley Interceptor Rehabilitation sewer project. The ramp is expected to reopen by Oct 15, 5 am. Read More

The Golden Valley Human Rights Commission (HRC) has extended the deadline to nominate individuals for the Bill Hobbs Human Rights Award until Oct 31. The award recognizes members in the community who work to build an environment that promotes fair and equal treatment for everyone. Read More

Go behind the scenes with the Golden Valley Police Department (GVPD) at one of the upcoming Citizen’s Academy classes Nov 15, Jan 17, and Feb 21. Read More

Gather your family, a group of friends, or head out yourself and start exploring Golden Valley’s beautiful parks as part of the Golden Valley Parks & Rec Challenge before the Oct 19 deadline. Read More

The bridge that carries the Bassett Creek Trail between Crystal and Golden Valley has reopened after being closed for handrail painting.  Read More