News By Month: September 2020

The City of Golden Valley is conducting a study to better understand and plan for its long-term building needs and to determine how they can best serve the community while maximizing opportunities for a future downtown Golden Valley. To help with the study, the city is looking for residents to serve on a task force to provide insight and feedback to the facilities study discussion. Read More

The City of Golden Valley is no longer accepting applications for election judges for the Nov 3 general election due to the high volume of applications already received. Read More

The Golden Valley Business Council’s next meeting will be Sept 24, 8:30 am via Zoom. Read More

Absentee voting for the 2020 general election begins today and runs through Mon, Nov 2. Election Day is Tues, Nov 3. Read More

After gathering feedback from the SEA School-Wildwood Park Flood Reduction Study virtual open house in June 2020, the City created three concept plans for potential flood storage in the SEA School/Wildwood Park area. Now residents are ask to share feedback on the concepts. Read More

As part of its commitment to delivering high-quality, responsive services and ensuring the community remains welcoming for all, the City of Golden Valley continually reviews its practices and considers ways to improve. One of the City Council’s 2020 strategic planning action steps was to make the hiring process for the Golden Valley Police Department (GVPD) more efficient and equitable. Read More

To better understand and plan for its long-term building needs, the City is conducting a study of its facilities to determine how they can best serve the community while maximizing opportunities for a future downtown Golden Valley. The process will include identifying the City’s space needs for its various operations, facilitation of a community task force, and a phasing plan for improvements. Read More

“Our Town’s Story—Golden Valley,” a documentary produced by CCX Media through a partnership with the Golden Valley Historical Society (GVHS), debuts Sept 17 on Cable Channel 12, Comcast Channel 799, ccxmedia.org, and Facebook. Following the video presentation, CCX Media will host a virtual Q & A through Facebook. Read More

The Golden Valley Human Rights Commissions is sponsoring multiple programs through Robbinsdale Schools Community Education, and residents are encouraged to sign up and participate.

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The City is exploring how City-owned vacant land at 300 Turner’s Crossroad N, 504 Lilac Dr N, and 2415 Douglas Dr N could be used for single-family and multi-family affordable housing. Multiple engagement opportunities are now available for residents to share their thoughts.

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