News By Category: Surface Water Management
October 20, 2020
September 17, 2020
After gathering feedback from the SEA School-Wildwood Park Flood Reduction Study virtual open house in June 2020, the City created three concept plans for potential flood storage in the SEA School/Wildwood Park area. Now residents are ask to share feedback on the concepts.
July 13, 2019
March 12, 2019
The heavy snowfall this winter, combined with warmer temperatures and rain in the forecast, has resulted in an increased concern for potential springtime flooding throughout Minnesota. The City of Golden Valley is taking measures to be prepared, with crews working overtime to clear the City’s 3,000 catch basins of snow and ice to help manage snowmelt runoff and prevent flooding.
December 28, 2018
The City of Golden Valley is now taking public comments on the Environmental Assessment Worksheet (EAW) for its DeCola Ponds B & C Improvement Project, which will reduce flooding and improve water quality through expanding existing stormwater ponds.
April 3, 2018
The City of Golden Valley will host an open house April 11, 5 to 7:30 pm, at Golden Valley City Hall, to provide residents with information about options for flood mitigation in the DeCola Ponds area.
January 11, 2018
November 9, 2017
At the end of October, the City installed road sensors and cameras on Winnetka Ave south of Hwy 55, one in the northbound lane and one in the southbound. This technology will help City crews respond to changing pavement conditions more proficiently while reducing environmental impacts.
April 24, 2017
Learn how to create a weather resilient yard Thursday, May 4, 6-9 pm, at a workshop presented by Metro Blooms and sponsored by the West Metro Watershed Alliance and the Cities of Golden Valley, Crystal, New Hope, and Robbinsdale. The workshop will be at the Crystal Community Center, 4800 Douglas Dr N, Crystal.
October 7, 2015
Four Golden Valley citizens were among 10 volunteers recently recognized by the Bassett Creek Watershed Management Commission (BCWMC) for their hard work in helping the BCWMC achieve its mission: “Stewardship of water resources to protect and enhance our communities.” They include Jonathan Burris, Shanna Hanson, Linda Loomis, and Cara Rickenberg.