News By Category: Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

The City of Golden Valley has received a $250,000 Pohlad Foundation public safety grant that will provide financial infrastructure to two City Council initiatives—the newly formed PEACE Commission and an equity audit of Police Department policies and practices. Read More

The Golden Valley Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Commission (DEIC) is accepting nominations for the 2021 Bill Hobbs Human Rights Award. The award recognizes members in the Golden Valley community who work to build an environment promoting fair and equal treatment for everyone. The deadline to nominate is Sept 30, 2021, 4:30 pm. Read More

If you’re a community member looking to get involved with the City, look no further than the newly created Golden Valley PEACE Commission. Read More

The Golden Valley Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Commission (DEIC) is accepting nominations for the 2021 Bill Hobbs Human Rights Award. The award recognizes members in the Golden Valley community who work to build an environment promoting fair and equal treatment for everyone. The deadline to nominate is Sept 30, 2021, 4:30 pm. Read More

At its Aug 4, 2021 meeting, the Golden Valley City Council voted to replace the City’s Civil Service Commission (CSC) with a Police Employment, Accountability, and Community Engagement (PEACE) Commission. The new commission is expected to hold its first meeting Oct 14, 2021 and on the second Thursday of the month thereafter. Read More

Register your block party before the July 23 deadline so the Police and Fire Departments can do their very best to send a representative to your party Aug 3. Read More

Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Quad Communities is hosting a Military-Connected Ice Cream Night, Aug 12, 7 pm at Lakeview Terrace Park (3769 Crystal Lake Blvd, Robbinsdale, MN 55422). Read More

Sign up now for the 2021 Golden Valley Human Services Commission’s (GVHSC) Greens Classic, Sun, Aug 8, 6–8 pm at Brookview. This year the event will only feature lawn bowling. Read More

Each year events like Run The Valley raise money for the City’s Human Services Fund. The Golden Valley Human Services Commission (GVHSC) then advises the City Council on how to allocate the fund to organizations that benefit Golden Valley residents in need, like the Sojourner Project. Read More

As the City begins the process of redesigning its website, residents are encouraged to share input on design elements. The City and its contractor, CivicPlus, will consider all feedback when making decisions. Read More