News By Category: Parks and Recreation

Three Rivers Park District is developing a revised vision for French Regional Park and is seeking input from neighboring communities, like Golden Valley, before updating the park’s master plan. Read More

As the current COVID-19 situation continues to evolve in Minnesota, the City of Golden Valley has been working to evaluate how to safely and effectively provide Parks and Recreation services while following Minnesota Department of Health guidelines. Based on new Executive Orders announced Nov 18, the Parks and Recreation Department has decided to alter or reschedule a few of it’s current and upcoming youth programs. Read More

The deadline to the apply for the Noah Joynes Youth Recreation Fund is a little over one month away. Applications can be found on the City website. Read More

The City of Golden Valley’s Parks and Recreation Department received the National Recreation and Park Association’s (NRPA) Innovation in Health Award for its at-home recreation program, HomeRECed. The award will be presented at the NRPA Virtual Conference Wed, Oct 28, 6 pm. Residents interested in watching the awards ceremony can stream it on the NRPA Facebook. Read More

Three Rivers Park District is developing a revised vision for French Regional Park and is seeking input from neighboring communities before updating the park’s master plan. Read More

The Noah Joynes Youth Recreation Fund is now accepting applications from local organizations that support youth-focused services, recreation programs, and facilities in Golden Valley. Established in 2020 by the Joynes family to celebrate the life of Noah Joynes, one priority of Noah’s Fund is to support the improvement or addition of community youth recreation facilities. Read More

The Noah Joynes Youth Recreation Fund is accepting applications from local organizations that support youth-focused services, recreation programs, and facilities in Golden Valley. Established in 2020 by the Joynes family to celebrate the life of Noah Joynes, one priority of Noah’s Fund is to support the improvement or addition of community youth recreation facilities. Read More

The City’s Parks and Recreation Department is constantly adding new programs to its catalog. Don’t forget to check out it’s wide range of virtual, take-home programs, and in-person programs like Skyhawks Basketball Camp and Active Solutions Fitness and Mind. Read More

Registration is now open for a variety of in-person and at-home youth Parks and Recreation activities. Check them out before classes fill up! Read More

Sign up the kids for youth fall soccer before the registration deadline Aug 21. Read More