News By Category: Police Department
In addition to the recently created City of Golden Valley Twitter account, the Golden Valley Police Department has rolled out its own Twitter account in hopes of keeping residents better informed about police activity, community events, and emergencies.
As an effort to make better connections with children and parents in Golden Valley, the Golden Valley Police and Fire Departments make frequent trips to parks around the city during the summer. Since its inception in 2010, Public Safety In The Parks has become a popular tradition that is helping strengthen relationships and communities every year.
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Proper disposal of medications cuts down on the chance of them falling into the wrong hands and is better for the environment. To help residents do just that, the City of Golden Valley will host a prescription Drug Take-Back Day April 28, from 10 am to 2 pm, at the Public Safety Building lobby, 7700 Golden Valley Rd.
Crews will be out in the early morning Tuesday, Jan 23 plowing all City streets. Please keep in mind that the City’s winter parking ordinance does not allow on-street parking between midnight and 6 am daily from Nov 1 through March 31. Also, parking is prohibited on any public street after a snowfall of at least two inches until the snow has been plowed to the curb line.
The Golden Valley Police Department’s Toys for Tots collection runs through 3 pm Thurs, Dec 14. If you want to help, bring new, unwrapped toys to the GVPD at 7800 Golden Valley Road (open 24 hours a day). Don’t forget gifts for older kids and teens.
In an emergency, dialing 911 is a call for help. But people with hearing loss or those who must remain quiet in a dangerous situation aren’t able to place a call safely or at all. Text-to-911 offers a solution.
As people give thanks during the holidays, many often think of ways to give back to their community. The City of Golden Valley is involved in four outreach programs to help community members in need. Read on if you’d like to participate.
The Golden Valley Police Department (GVPD) is hosting an open house Thursday, Dec 7, so citizens can learn more about the use of body-worn video cameras in police departments and provide feedback.