News By Month: January 2021

Last year, smoking was the leading cause of fatal fires in Minnesota according to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety (DPS). Now the State Fire Marshal Division is working to raise awareness about the dangers of careless smoking. Read More

The Golden Valley City Council is expected to hold a first consideration of an updated pet leashing ordinance at its Feb 16 regular meeting. The draft ordinance will be published on the City website Feb 12. Read More

The Golden Valley Human Services Commission’s annual Run the Valley has been scheduled for Sept 11, 2021. The event was pushed back this year in hopes of being able to host it in-person. Read More

Registration just opened up for many new winter in-person, virtual, and take home youth recreation programs. Registration is also open for popular summer youth recreation programs like Mites Playground Adventure, Camp Valley, and more. Hurry and sign up the kids before spots fill up. Read More

Golden Valley Arts’ annual Artist Showcase is going virtual this year and the online exhibit open tomorrow, Jan 22. Read More

Residents and community members are invited to join a conversation on the impacts of inequitable access to a clean, healthy environment and environmental amenities at the virtual event “Climate Change in Minnesota: Implications and Disparate Impacts” Jan 28, 6:30–7:30 pm. Read More

Due to high winds expected in the next few days, the City’s approved contractor, North Country Tree Solutions, will now be performing tree removal on Regent Ave N, Tue, Jan 26 and Markay Ridge, Wed, Jan 27.

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Due to compacted snow and icy conditions, the multi-use winter recreation trail at Brookview will not be groomed at least until the next major snowfall. Read More

The City of Golden Valley is repairing the water main on the 2100 block of Aquila Ave N Jan 12. Homes in the area will be without water for approximately 4–6 hours beginning at 8 am. Read More

Recent updates to the State of Minnesota’s COVID-19 guidelines have allowed for the reopening of bars, restaurants, and places of public accommodation with limited capacity, and since then Three One Six Bar + Grill and Brookview’s Outdoor Pub Curling have reopened. Read More