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Xcel Energy Performs Emergency Repair At Betty Crocker Dr And General Mills Blvd

Xcel Energy is performing an emergency repair today, Nov 25, to an underground primary line near the Betty Crocker Dr and General Mills Blvd intersection. Power to the traffic signal will be cut, so Xcel will install temporary stop signs until the work is complete, which is expected to be late afternoon.

Many Holiday Events Still Happening Around The City This Year

In a typical year there are many holiday themed events happening throughout the City. This year, many of them are still happening—they just look a little different. Read More

CenterPoint Work On Winnetka Ave Done For The Year

CenterPoint crews finished up work on the 2020 Winnetka Ave Beltline Line Project on Nov 12. In 2021 crews will return for mill and overlay work on Winnetka Ave north of Golden Valley. Read More

Golden Valley Voter Turnout Tops 89 Percent

With an 89.17 percent voter turnout, Golden Valley topped the Minnesota average of around 80 percent for the Nov 3 General Election. Read More

City Crews Repairing Water Main Break On Glenwood Ave

The City of Golden Valley’s utilities crew is repairing a water main break today on Glenwood Ave just east of Dakota Ave S that will affect 12 homes (see map). Read More

Three Rivers Park District Wants Residents To Help Shape The Future Of French Park

Three Rivers Park District is developing a revised vision for French Regional Park and is seeking input from neighboring communities, like Golden Valley, before updating the park’s master plan. Read More

Hennepin County Program To Help Small Businesses Affected By Latest State Restrictions

Hennepin County has allocated $8 million in CARES Act funds to support bars, restaurants, and other food service establishments and an additional $5 million to support gymnasiums, fitness facilities, and other indoor recreation and event and entertainment venues. Small businesses can apply now through Dec 1 at noon. Read More

Changes Coming Parks And Recreation Programs Per New State Restrictions

As the current COVID-19 situation continues to evolve in Minnesota, the City of Golden Valley has been working to evaluate how to safely and effectively provide Parks and Recreation services while following Minnesota Department of Health guidelines. Based on new Executive Orders announced Nov 18, the Parks and Recreation Department has decided to alter or reschedule a few of it’s current and upcoming youth programs. Read More

City Crews Repairing Water Main Break On Glencrest Rd

The City of Golden Valley’s utilities crew is repairing a water main break today on Glencrest Rd that will affect 16 homes (see map). Read More

Many Brookview Amenities Closing Following Governors Orders

To comply with Governor Walz’s latest executive order, many of Brookview’s amenities will close at least for the next four weeks. Read More