News By Category: Public Works

The City of Golden Valley wants to remind residents to not install yard signs or other items in public right-of-way (ROW), as it violates Golden Valley City Code Section 105-8 (g). Read More

Due to increased deterioration and foot and bike hazards, the City of Golden Valley will reconstruct the Laurel Ave Greenbelt Trail, just south of Louisiana Ave to Laurel Ave between the East and west ring roads, beginning Aug 17. The trail will be closed for approximately two weeks, weather dependent. Read More

Theodore Wirth Parkway between Golden Valley Rd and 29th Ave N is closed for Phase 1 of a City of Minneapolis resurfacing project that is expected to last four weeks. Traffic will be detoured via Golden Valley Rd, Penn Ave, and 29th Ave N (see detour map below). Read More

The Winnetka Ave/10th Ave N area will see a lot of activity in the next two weeks as an Xcel Energy project will close 10th Ave N between Winnetka and Rhode Island Ave, and CenterPoint Energy’s Belt Line Project continues with significant work on Winnetka between 10th Ave N and Duluth St. Read More

Beginning June 11 and lasting for approximately one week, CenterPoint Energy crews will be performing natural gas work at Olympia Ave and Winnetka Ave. While northbound and southbound traffic is being maintained on Winnetka Ave, drivers won’t be able to turn onto or from Olympia Avenue. Detour routes are posted on site.

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The 2020 virtual Vehicle Fair is this Sat, June 6 on the City of Crystal’s website. Read More

Similar to the Bike Rodeo and Run The Valley, this year’s Vehicle Fair will be held virtually. The event will take place Sat, June 6 online. Read More

As part of a valve and hydrant replacement project near Mendelssohn Ave and Duluth St, the City will shut off water to several business and the Medley Park Townhomes north of Kings Valley Rd along Mendelssohn Ave N and Hillsboro Ave N on Monday, May 18, 8:30-11:30 am, weather permitting. Read More

At its May 5 meeting, the Golden Valley City Council proclaimed May 6, 2020 as Arbor Day and May as Arbor Month. Read More

Public Works crews will begin cleaning the sanitary sewer mainlines Thu, April 23. Read More