News By Category: Physical Development
Every spring after the snow melts, trash and other waste is often left on sidewalks and in streets and parks. City crews and volunteers do a great job keeping our parks and public areas picked up, and we encourage residents to help out if they see a need.
A recent audit of Golden Valley’s recycling done by Republic Services, the City’s recycling provider, showed a contamination of needles in the material. The contamination caused a shutdown of operations at the recycling facility due to a health and safety concern for employees. The City of Golden Valley and Republic Services would like to take this opportunity to remind residents about what can and cannot be recycled.
Plow crews will be out early Thursday morning, and the Golden Valley Public Works Department wants to remind residents that parking is prohibited on any public street after a snowfall of at least two inches until the snow has been plowed to the curb line.
The City of Golden Valley and the Bassett Creek Watershed Management Commission are hosting a final open house meeting for the DeCola Ponds B and C Improvement Project April 10, 5-7:30 pm, at Brookview’s Bassett Creek Room.
The City of Plymouth’s annual tree sale features a variety of trees, shrubs, and fruit plants selected for their resistance to pests and diseases and their adaptability to local growing conditions.
Golden Valley residents can order plants from the sale through May 1. Quantities are limited, so order early.
In the spring it is nearly impossible to take a drive and not see a pothole, and if drivers aren’t careful, rolling over one can do significant damage to a car. City crews work hard this time of year to help rid Golden Valley of these nuisances.