News By Category: Parks and Recreation

It’s time to start planning summer activities for the kids, and the City of Golden Valley offers plenty of fun things for youth of all ages! 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

The Golden Valley Parks and Recreation Department is looking for volunteers to help with the annual Supper With Santa event Dec 7, 6-7:15 pm. Read More

Golden Valley Parks and Recreation offers a variety of indoor and outdoor volleyball leagues for adults throughout the year and registration is now open for the winter women’s and co-rec leagues. Read More

Along with adopting a new City Code, on Oct 16 the Golden Valley City Council passed an ordinance prohibiting residents from feeding wild animals.

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The City’s Parks and Recreation Department has some fun holiday-themed programs coming up. Register before it is too late! Read More

With guidance from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (MN DNR), the City’s Open Space and Recreation Commission (OSRC) has developed a Turkey Management Plan (TMP) and Goose Management Plan (GMP) in hopes of addressing public safety concerns and community nuisance issues. Read More

Join the Parks and Recreation Department at 9:45 am Oct 24 for Coffee Talk, and learn how World War I still affects Minnesota’s society today.  Read More

Gather your family, a group of friends, or head out yourself and start exploring Golden Valley’s beautiful parks as part of the Golden Valley Parks & Rec Challenge before the Oct 19 deadline. Read More

This year’s selection for the Golden Valley Reads program is “Vacationland,” by Minnesota author Sarah Stonich. Stonich will be holding an author discussion Oct 11, 6:30 pm, at Brookview. Read More