Groups or individuals renting a Brookview Park Pavilion who wish to serve beer or wine must purchase a special permit for $50, payable at the time the reservation is made.
To stage a block party, neighbors must present the Police Department with a petition (PDF) signed by all residents affected by the street closing at least two weeks in advance. If the petition requirement cannot be met, neighbors must obtain City Council approval for the street closing. Upon approval, City Public Works staff will deliver street barricades the last working day before the street closing. Barricades will be left with the responsible person listed on the petition, and that person is in charge of placing and removing the barricades. City crews will pick up pick up the barricades on the nearest work day following the street closing.
- Dog Kennel - City Clerk, 763-593-8012
- Fireworks Sales - Fire Department, 763-593-8057
- Gambling - City Clerk, 763-593-8012
- Gasoline Stations - Fire Department, 763-593-8057
- HVAC Contractor - Inspections Department, 763-593-8090
- Massage Therapist - City Clerk, 763-593-8012
- New/Used Vehicle Sales - City Clerk, 763-593-8012
- Pawnbroker - City Clerk, 763-593-8012
- Precious Metals - City Clerk, 763-593-8012
- Sexually-Oriented Business - City Clerk, 763-593-8012
Anyone wishing to do door-to-door sales or fundraising must obtain the Peddlers & Solicitors License from the City, carry the license with them, and show it on request. Residents should check for the appropriate license.
Home-based businesses have special regulations. Please see City Code 113-88, Subdivision 17. Questions? Call the Planning Department at 763-593-8095.
When spring load restrictions are in effect on City streets, traffic on all City streets is limited to a maximum weight of 6 tons per axle. The City may issue a load limit waiver for a single trip with a maximum load of 7 tons per axle. Only one waiver will be issued per project per season. Please submit your waiver application (PDF) to the Physical Development office (7800 Golden Valley Rd) in person or email it to email@example.com. Be sure to include a sketch showing the project location and proposed haul route.
The City of Golden Valley, Minnesota is now accepting license applications for Shared Mobility (micromobility) providers for 2022. Golden Valley is located immediately west of Minneapolis and has welcomed shared mobility providers since 2018.
Please submit an application and review the license agreement to be considered for a Golden Valley Micromobility License. The City will review completed applications and select up to two vendors to provide micromobility services in Golden Valley. Up to 200 total vehicles may be deployed throughout the City. The license fee is a flat $250. The City’s ordinance regulating micromobility operations can be found here.
Applicants will be evaluated based on their alignment with the City’s strategic priorities, equity plan, Comprehensive Plan, and Bike and Pedestrian Plan, as well as their safety record and responsiveness to consumers. License applications received by Fri, April 1, 4:30 pm Central Time will be considered for approval by the City Council Tue, April 19, 2022. Successful applicants will then have 10 days to enter into a license agreement with the City. If the license agreement is not signed within 10 days, the approval may be revoked so that other applicants may be considered. Applications received after the above date will be considered only after applications received by the above date have been considered, and only if a license is available. Where a license is denied, the City will provide an explanation, including the basis for the denial.
Golden Valley City ordinance requires all residential property owners who rent out their property to have a rental license. This includes single family homes, townhomes, duplexes, condominiums, and group homes.