News By Category: Physical Development

CenterPoint crews finished up work on the 2020 Winnetka Ave Beltline Line Project on Nov 12. In 2021 crews will return for mill and overlay work on Winnetka Ave north of Golden Valley. Read More

After years of planning and work to align funding, the City of Golden Valley will be able to move forward with improvements to the intersection of Hwy 55 and Douglas Dr after the project was funded in the bonding bill signed by Gov Tim Walz Oct 22, 2020. Construction could start as early as 2022. Read More

Theodore Wirth Pkwy will be closed between the Golf Clubhouse parking lot and the trailhead parking lot for a resurfacing project beginning Oct 5. Read More

Residents are encouraged to take a survey on the City’s three proposed affordable housing sites by Oct 1. Survey results will help the project team shape design plans for each site. Read More

To better understand and plan for its long-term building needs, the City is conducting a study of its facilities to determine how they can best serve the community while maximizing opportunities for a future downtown Golden Valley. To provide insight and feedback to the facilities study discussion, the City is recruiting 10–12 residents, business community members, and institutional representatives to serve on a task force with the City’s architectural consultant and a staff steering committee. Read More

The City of Golden Valley is conducting a study to better understand and plan for its long-term building needs and to determine how they can best serve the community while maximizing opportunities for a future downtown Golden Valley. To help with the study, the city is looking for residents to serve on a task force to provide insight and feedback to the facilities study discussion. Read More

After gathering feedback from the SEA School-Wildwood Park Flood Reduction Study virtual open house in June 2020, the City created three concept plans for potential flood storage in the SEA School/Wildwood Park area. Now residents are ask to share feedback on the concepts. Read More

To better understand and plan for its long-term building needs, the City is conducting a study of its facilities to determine how they can best serve the community while maximizing opportunities for a future downtown Golden Valley. The process will include identifying the City’s space needs for its various operations, facilitation of a community task force, and a phasing plan for improvements. Read More

Bassett Creek Dr will be shut down between Mary Hills Dr and Golden Valley Rd from 8 am–3 pm Aug 26 for removal of a storm-damaged tree. Traffic will be routed down Mary Hills Dr during the closure. Read More

The City is aware of many ongoing issues with the sod that was installed late last fall on the 2019 Pavement Management Program (PMP). Beginning Wed, Aug 12, City staff along with the contractor began walking door to door in the Phase 2 project area to discuss potential sod issues with homeowners and identify areas that need replacement. Read More