News By Category: Physical Development
At its Sept 3 meeting, the Golden Valley City Council will consider awarding bids to install bike lanes on five streets this fall. The proposed 2019 City Bike Lane Project is a component of Golden Valley’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan, which was developed starting in 2016 with help from a citizen task force to improve the local bicycle and pedestrian network as part of the City’s 2040 Comprehensive Plan.
In September, the Golden Valley City Council will consider a proposal by Hennepin County to install bikes lanes on Glenwood Ave between Hwy 100 in Golden Valley and Thomas Ave in Minneapolis as part of a resurfacing project the County will complete in 2020.
The City of St Louis Park is hosting an event Sept 13 and 14 that provides an opportunity to donate usable building materials to two local nonprofits, Better Futures Minnesota and Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity ReStore.
As a continuation of the fall 2018 project, street and signal improvements have been made to several streets in the Xenia Ave/Golden Hills Dr area over the last few months. Starting Aug 12, the work will require a road closure of Golden Hills Dr, just west of the Canadian Pacific Railroad to Colorado Rd. The road is expected to reopen Aug 16.
The City of Minneapolis project to repair seven catch basins and one manhole has been delayed and is now scheduled to begin Aug 19 with the completion date of Aug 23. During this time, the parkway will be closed to vehicle traffic between Golden Valley Rd and Plymouth Ave N.
CenterPoint Energy will begin replacing a gas main on the south side of Glenwood Ave between Maddaus Ln and Hwy 100 and on Natchez Ave N, beginning Aug 5. The work will take approximately three weeks to complete.
The City of Minneapolis is performing catch basin repair near the eastern border of Golden Valley that requires a full closure of Theodore Wirth Pkwy beginning Aug 1. The road is expected to reopen by Aug 5.
Weather permitting, work on the guardrails on Noble Ave (from Culver Rd north to the fire hydrant) is scheduled to begin the week of July 29. The road will remain open to traffic, but delays may occur during work hours.
Hennepin County is selling compost bins made of cedar and wire mesh for residents looking to be a little more green. Order yours here for only $50.