News By Month: January 2020

The City of Golden Valley will present its 2020 State Of The City Fri, March 6, 10:30 am, at New Bohemia Wurst + Bier House, 8040 Olson Memorial Hwy. All members of the community are invited to attend. Read More

An informational open house is being held April 8, 5:30–7:30 pm at Brookview for community members to learn about the Sweeney Lake Water Quality Improvement Project. The open house is hosted by the Bassett Creek Watershed Management Commission (BCWMC), in cooperation with the City of Golden Valley and the Sweeney Lake Association. Read More

The Golden Valley Human Rights Commission is co-sponsoring an event titled “A Conversation about Race in Our Neighborhoods” with the Golden Valley League of Women Voters Sat, Feb 8, 9:30–11:30 am at Brookview. Read More

The Golden Valley Fire Department was recently profiled by the American Lung Association for its participation and large fundraising efforts in the annual Fight For Air Climb. Read More

The Golden Valley Fire Department (GVFD) has partnered with North Memorial Health and Safe Kids Northwest Metro Minneapolis to host a free car seat safety clinic Sat, Feb 8, 10 am–1 pm, at Fire Station One (7700 Golden Valley Road). Read More

Golden Valley Boards and Commissions are advisory bodies to the City Council, charged with the responsibility of researching, reviewing, and making recommendations on related issues. Currently, more than 55 Golden Valley residents volunteer their time to serve the community. In a world where people can volunteer anywhere, we asked “Why for the City of Golden Valley?”
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The City would like to remind residents to go the extra mile to ensure the safety of snowplow drivers and the general public. Read More

Salt used to melt ice on roads and sidewalks has the ability to pollute local waterways as it runs through sewers and into streams. The Bassett Creek Watershed Management Commission (BCWMC) wants to remind residents of best practices when using salt. Read More

Golden Valley residents can apply to be reimbursed for establishing a pollinator garden in their yards with the Blue Thumb’s Lawns to Legumes program. Apply before the Feb 28 deadline. Read More

Beginning Jan 1, 2022, Hennepin County is requiring all a cities with more than 10,000 residents make curbside organics recycling available to those living in single-family to fourplex households. Prior to then, the City is looking into what an organics program could look like in Golden Valley. Read More