News By Category: Finance Department

As part of its Pathways To Public Service program, the City of Golden Valley is partnering with BrookLynk in an effort to introduce young people to career opportunities in public employment. This summer, six young adults will each work a 10-week internship in various City departments. Read More

Property owners who have questions about their property valuation notices can come to the Open Book meeting April 23, 4-6pm, at the City Hall Council Conference Room. Read More

Every year, the City of Golden Valley works with Hennepin County to determine the market value of city properties. The County mails notices to property owners every March to show the market value that will be used to determine property taxes for the following year. Read More

Early voting is winding down for this year’s primary election. For those voting on Primary Election Day, here’s what you need to know, along with new information for voters in Golden Valley’s Precinct 3 and a reminder for those in Precinct 1. Read More

With two weeks until Primary Election Day, here are a few reminders regarding your voting options, as well as some special information for voters in Golden Valley’s Precinct 1. Read More

The Minnesota Department of Revenue reminds homeowners and renters to file for their 2016 property tax refund before it expires Aug 15, 2018. Learn more here.

The deadline to pre-register for the Aug 14 primary election is July 24, 5 pm. Read More

Last December the Golden Valley Council approved utility rate changes (water usage, sanitary sewer, storm drainage, street lights, and recycling) that became effective April 1. However, the company that mails the City’s quarterly utility bills forgot to insert the flyer explaining the rate changes in the residential billing for April. Read More

Property owners who have questions about their property valuation notices can come to the Open Book meeting April 24, 4-6pm, at the City Hall Council Conference Room. Read More

Franchise fee increases approved by the City Council in December 2017 to help fund infrastructure improvements are expected to provide approximately $1 million per year in additional revenue after 2019. The increases are part of the City’s strategic plan to outline infrastructure project priorities and provide financing solutions that lessen the use of long-term debt. Read More