News By Category: Community

Getting the streets of Golden Valley clear and safe for traffic is a top priority for snow plow drivers during a storm, and sometimes the public makes plowing more difficult than it needs to be. Public awareness of these hazards of can make the process better and safer for all involved. Read More

City crews had a packed spring, summer, and fall of road construction projects, completing some and making progress on others. Meanwhile, City engineers are already planning and designing projects to begin as early as spring 2019. Read More

Do you have dirtiest den in the West Metro? The grimiest garage in the state? The 2019 West Metro Home Remodeling Fair is looking for ugly rooms that need to be rescued. The eighth annual Operation Rescue Room contest will give $1,000 to the homeowner whose room is voted most in need of help by visitors to the Home Remodeling Fair on Feb 10, 2019. Read More

The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train will roll into Golden Valley Tue, Dec 11, at 4:50 pm, stopping at the railway crossing at Golden Hills Dr. Its 14 rail cars will be decorated with hundreds of thousands of LED lights and holiday designs. Read More

In honor of the birthday and legacy of Dr Martin Luther King Jr, the Golden Valley Human Rights Commission (HRC) is sponsoring the second annual Martin Luther King Literary Contest. Read More

About 80 percent of what gets thrown away this time of year can be recycled or even reused, according to the United States Environmental Protection Agency. Help Golden Valley minimize its waste with these simple steps. Read More

As the holiday season approaches, many often think of ways to give back to their community. This year the City of Golden Valley offers multiple holiday outreach programs to help community members in need. Read More

The City’s Adopt-A-Park program relies heavily on volunteers when it comes to keeping its parks clean and beautiful. In 2019, the department is hoping that a few dedicated individuals step up to adopt its last few remaining parks—like the group who has adopted Lions Park. Read More

As the event approaches, the City wants to advise attendees of the 2018 Canadian Pacific Holiday Train to follow signs for parking and road closures, to avoid major traffic issues. Read More

The Golden Valley Human Rights Commission (HRC) sponsored exhibit, Green Card Youth Voices, is now open at Brookview.
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