News By Category: Physical Development

The Plymouth Avenue Pavement Rehabilitation Project will begin the week of Aug 20 between Mendelssohn Ave and Winnetka Ave. Read More

Despite weather challenges, such as heavy rains this summer, crews have kept the Golden Valley Rd (County Rd 66) bridge project on schedule. Last weekend, they successfully completed the concrete foundation for the new bridge over Bassett Creek, the most time-intensive step of the project. Read More

On July 25, the invasive Asian beetle Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) was found in an ash tree in Stockman Park and is the first confirmed case of the beetle in Golden Valley. Read More

The next stage of CenterPoint Energy’s 2018 Belt Line Project has crews installing natural gas main along Golden Valley Rd between Bassett Creek and Duluth St. Starting July 26, that section of road will be restricted to one lane. Read More

Lime is bringing its first shipment of dockless bikes to Golden Valley Fri, July 20. Look for them at City Hall, Brookview, Brookview Park, and other selected spots–the bright lime green bicycles are hard to miss! Read More

Hennepin County is looking for 50 households to participate in the Zero Waste Challenge and take an in-depth look at the goods they buy and the waste created in hopes of finding new opportunities to recycle and reduce waste. Read More

Golden Hills Dr between Colorado Ave S and Xenia Ave S will be closed July 9-12, 2018 to replace the railroad crossing. Traffic will be detoured around the work area via Xenia Ave, Laurel Ave, and Colorado Ave.

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The City of Golden Valley received its GreenStep Step 3 status June 21, recognizing its advancement and commitment in the Minnesota GreenStep Cities program. Read More

The bridge that carries the Bassett Creek Trail between Crystal and Golden Valley is set to be closed the week of June 25th due to construction. Work is scheduled to last about a month and the bridge is expected to reopen by August 31.  Read More

The State of Minnesota has declared the week of June 18 as Pollinator Week. This week is meant to inform people about the valuable ecosystem services provided by birds, butterflies, bats, bees, and other insects. Read More