News By Category: Public Works

The City’s Public Works Department wants to remind residents that the City is still under even-odd sprinkling restrictions until further notice. Read More

Residents are to be reminded that the City of Golden Valley is still under even-odd sprinkling conditions until further notice. The City is now included in a drought warning as defined by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Drought Action Plan. Read More

Effective tomorrow, July 21, the City of Golden Valley is implementing even-odd water sprinkling restrictions until further notice. The City is now included in a drought warning as defined by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Drought Action Plan. Read More

Minnesota’s abnormally dry and hot weather this summer has already broken multiple state records and all signs point to this weather continuing through the fall, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. Golden Valley residents can take steps to limit their water usage in between rainfall to avoid costly water bills. Read More

The metro area is experiencing a moderate drought because of extended hot and dry weather and long periods of time between rain events. To help take stress off the City’s water supply source, use your water wisely. Read More

The City’s Public Works Department is planning two water shut-offs June 4 and 7 in the neighborhoods south of Medicine Lake Rd, east of Douglas Dr, North of Duluth St, and west of Bassett Creek, to continue work on its valve replacement project. All affected residents have been notified in person. Please note some properties may receive multiple shut-off notices. Read More

The City’s Public Works Department is planning two water shut-offs June 2 and 3 in the neighborhoods south of Medicine Lake Rd, east of Douglas Dr, North of Golden Valley Rd, and west of Bassett Creek, to continue work on its valve replacement project. All affected residents have been notified in person. Read More

The City of Golden Valley recently installed ionization devices in almost all of its buildings as an extra measure to protect City staff and members of the public from COVID-19 and other airborne pathogens. Read More

Golden Valley has once again been named a Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation in honor of its commitment to effective urban forest management. Read More

Golden Valley’s recycling program includes a three-week curbside brush pick-up in May. The annual brush pick-up gives homeowners the opportunity to place tree limbs and brush at their curbs for collection and disposal.

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