News By Category: Physical Development
After receiving feedback from residents about complications with the original Downtown Study Phase II survey, a new survey has been created to fix the issues that arose. The deadline for the new survey is Dec 3, 4:30 pm.
The Minnesota Board of Water and Soil Resources (BWSR) is looking for people who want to help raise awareness about pollinator habitats through its Lawns to Legumes program. Interested parties can apply through an upcoming Request for Proposals (RFP) process.
At its Nov 6, 2019 regular meeting, the Golden Valley City Council passed the first consideration of the new Waste Hauling Ordinance with an amendment to include Monday, in addition to Friday, as a waste pick up day. The Council will consider the ordinance a second time at its Nov 19, 2019 meeting. Public comments will be taken at that time.
Prepare for construction activity Mon, Nov 4, approximately 9:30 am–2 pm, on Mendelssohn Ave N between the exit to northbound Hwy 169 (just north of Plymouth Ave) and Winsdale St N. Flaggers will be stationed to ensure traffic stays flowing.
At its Oct 2, 2019 meeting, the Golden Valley City Council authorized a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the City and Golden Valley Garden Club to outline a cooperative relationship between the two entities. The partnership is hoped to enrich the Garden Club’s efforts in improving the general health and welfare of the Golden Valley community.
From Nov 1-March 31, parking is prohibited on Golden Valley public streets and alleys from 2-6 am daily. Parking is also prohibited on any public street after a snowfall of at least two inches until the snow has been plowed to the curb line.
Since Oct 8, northbound Winnetka Ave between Western Ave and Laurel Ave has been closed as CenterPoint Energy wraps up its 2019 Beltline Replacement Project. The road is expected to reopen the week of Nov 11.
The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train will make a stop in Golden Valley Wed, Dec 11, at 4:45 pm. The free event is great for all ages and will support PRISM, Golden Valley’s local food shelf. Attendees are encouraged to bring healthy food donations.
At its Oct 10 Council/Manager meeting, the Golden Valley City Council directed staff to prepare a new waste collection ordinance based on public input, hauler comments, and Environmental Commission recommendations.