News By Category: Community

The Golden Valley Human Rights Commission (HRC) is honoring the birthday and legacy of Martin Luther King with the third annual Dr Martin Luther King Jr Literary Contest. The deadline for students to enter in Jan 3, 2020, 4 pm. Read More

The Golden Valley Fire Department (GVFD) recently received 100 carbon monoxide (CO2) alarms and 100 smoke alarms from Kidde through its 2019 Operation Save A Life program.

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After receiving feedback from residents about complications with the original Downtown Study Phase II survey, a new survey has been created to fix the issues that arose. The deadline for the new survey is Dec 3, 4:30 pm. Read More

The City of Golden Valley is beginning a website redesign process and wants input from the community. Roll-out of the new site is set for Summer 2020. Read More

The Minnesota Board of Water and Soil Resources (BWSR) is looking for people who want to help raise awareness about pollinator habitats through its Lawns to Legumes program. Interested parties can apply through an upcoming Request for Proposals (RFP) process. Read More

The Golden Valley Police Department (GVPD) is co-hosting an event with The Inner Hero Tue, Nov 19, 5–7 pm, at Dover Hills Apartments, 2400 Rhode Island Ave N. The goal of the event is to build upon the positive relationships between the police and diverse communities. Read More

Comedy is coming back to Brookview with a performance by comedian Tim Harmston, Jan 18, 2020.

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Golden Valley City Hall is no longer accepting batteries for recycle, but some residents continue to drop off their used batteries. The City of Golden Valley cannot and will not accept used batteries due to safety concerns.

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Golden Valley’s Open Space & Recreation Commission will hold an open house Mon, Nov 25, 6:30 pm at Brookview, for residents to learn and share thoughts about the proposed additions of an off-leash pet exercise area and a community garden to the City’s park system. Read More

The City of Golden Valley’s equity task force, Rising TIDES, still has two openings, and residents are encouraged to apply.

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