News By Category: Communications

In addition to the recently created City of Golden Valley Twitter account, the Golden Valley Police Department has rolled out its own Twitter account in hopes of keeping residents better informed about police activity, community events, and emergencies.

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Voting for the 2018 Views of the Valley People’e Choice Award is now open. Voting can be done online and will conclude on July 3 at noon. Read More

The deadline to enter in the Views of the Valley photo contest is Friday, June 15 at 4:30 pm. Don’t miss your chance to show off your photography skills and get rewarded for it! Read More

The City of Golden Valley is now on Twitter and is also exploring the option of creating even more social media accounts for specific departments, across multiple platforms.  Read More

The Views of the Valley Photo Contest is a great way for Golden Valley residents to show off their photography skills and get rewarded for it. This year’s theme focuses on action! Read More

CityNews, Golden Valley’s bi-monthly newsletter, is undergoing modifications to make it easier to read while still providing important information about City services and activities. Read More

Brookview’s Three One Six Bar + Grill has launched a Facebook page to help get the word out on happy hours, special offers, events, and services. Be one of the first to like the official page on Facebook! Read More

This summer, an anonymous Golden Valley resident gave the Golden Valley Community Foundation $10,000 for a pollinator garden at City Hall. The project is something the City has wanted to do for some time, says Tom Hoffman, water resources technician. Read More

Award-winning author Kao Kalia Yang will deliver a reading from her book “The Latehomecomer” this Monday, Sept 18, at Perpich Center for Arts Education starting at 6:30 pm. The event is part of the second annual Golden Valley Reads program.

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This year’s book selection for the second annual Golden Valley Reads program is “The Latehomecomer: A Hmong Family Memoir,” by award-winning Hmong-American writer Kao Kalia Yang. Golden Valley residents are invited attend free book-themed events in August and September.

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