Spring Clean Up In Golden Valley
Every spring after the snow melts, trash and other waste is often left on sidewalks and in streets and parks. City crews and volunteers do a great job keeping our parks and public areas picked up, and we encourage residents to help out if they see a need.
Golden Valley’s annual residential Spring Brush Pick-Up, running from April 29 to May 17, gives homeowners the opportunity to place tree limbs and brush at the curb for collection and disposal.
The Spring Curbside Brush Pick-Up is a component of the Golden Valley recycling program. For more information, visit the brush pick up page on the City website or call 763-593-8030.
City Street Sweeping
Last week crews began focusing on priority areas that drain directly into Bassett Creek or Sweeney Lake, so debris doesn’t end up in the local waterways.
From there, crews have been working through the city from one end to the other. The entire city usually takes about three weeks to sweep.
Adopt-A-Park is a public service program for volunteers to help Golden Valley keep its parks beautiful. Although the main focus is picking up litter, assistance is also needed to identify safety hazards and communicate other issues associated with each park.
Available parks include North Tyrol, Brookview, Golden Ridge Nature Area, and Pennsylvania Woods. For more information, visit the Adopt-A-Park page on the City website.