News By Category: Physical Development

At its May 11 Council/Manager meeting, the Golden Valley City Council decided to not move forward with a speed limit reduction on Golden Valley residential streets. Read More

There are only a few spots left for the May 12, 6 pm Metro Blooms virtual workshop, Planting For Pollinators. Hurry and sign up now. Read More

The City is seeking input to help evaluate proposed concepts for both the Facilities Study and the Downtown Study. Community members are invited share thoughts and feedback through May 23 using the interactive survey tools linked below. Read More

Three Rivers Park District, in coordination with Golden Valley, Robbinsdale, and the Bassett Creek Watershed Management Commission, is assessing the sub-watershed in Sochacki Park to identify potential improvements to its wetlands. Read More

Before moving forward with the Medley Park Stormwater Improvement Project, the City needs feedback from residents on project concepts. Watch the virtual open house and share your comments by May 7. Read More

The City will conduct a controlled burn in the Pennsylvania Woods Nature Area in the next few weeks, as conditions allow. Because the burns are wind and weather dependent, burn dates are determined 24 to 48 hours before work begins. Work will be completed by the City’s contractor, Landbridge Ecological Corporation. Read More

The United States Small Business Administration (SBA) recently launched the Restaurant Revitalization Fund (RRF) to provide funding to help restaurants and other eligible businesses keep their doors open. Read More

The City is looking for feedback on its concepts for the Medley Park Stormwater Improvement Project. Residents are asked to watch the virtual open house and share feedback online. Read More

Residents are encouraged to take time to watch two virtual open houses on Speed Limit Changes and the SEA School-Wildwood Park Flood Reduction Project and share feedback online. Read More

Changes to flood storage are coming to the SEA School/Wildwood Park area and the City needs resident input before moving forward with any decisions. Watch the virtual open house and submit your thought below by the end of April. Read More