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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

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 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

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

To honor the legacy of Dr Martin Luther King Jr, the Golden Valley Human Rights Commission (HRC) hosts an annual contest asking local students to creatively respond to a human rights question or statement. This year’s was “What does it mean to be a good ally in the world today?” Read More

Many residents have already signed up for the new version of GV Emergency. Those who haven’t yet can sign up in just a few minutes. Read More

Due to the recent rain and snow, skating rinks are in poor condition and are currently closed. Park maintenance staff hope to have the rinks ready for use Sat, Jan 16. Read More

Residents have until 4:30 pm Jan 15 to request a free virtual ticket to the 31st Annual MLK Breakfast Jan 18, 8:30 am. Residents interested in attending the virtual event can email tromano@goldenvalleymn.gov. Read More

In August 2020, the Metropolitan Council and Hennepin County announced the METRO Blue Line Extension Light Rail Transit (LRT) project will no longer follow the initially planned route and will need to find an improved route location that does not use approximately 8 miles of freight railroad property as proposed. Public input and participation is needed to accomplish this goal and residents are encouraged to step up.

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