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On average, fireworks cause more than 18,500 fires per year according to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), and drowning is the third leading cause of unintentional injury-related death, accounting for 7 percent of all injury-related deaths, according to the World Health Organization. This July Fourth, take extra steps to ensure the safety of yourself and loved ones.
As part of its Pathways To Public Service program, the City of Golden Valley is partnering with BrookLynk in an effort to introduce young people to career opportunities in public employment. This summer, six young adults will each work a 10-week internship in various City departments.
The City’s police department has fielded several calls from concerned residents after Golden Valley was mentioned June 18 in a KSTP news story about home break-ins. Golden Valley Crime Analyst Joanne Paul provides additional context about the crimes, along with a reminder for everyone to lock their doors.
In 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 each summer. The first one of this summer will be June 20, 11 am, Gearty Park.
As an effort to make better connections with children and parents in the area, the Golden Valley Police and Fire Departments will make stops at parks around the city during the summer for an afternoon or evening of fun.