Tree Services in Golden Valley

Tree Services in Golden Valley

Tree Services in Golden Valley

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Below is some general information about Golden Valley:

Golden Valley is a city in Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States. It is a western suburb of Minneapolis and is the main corporate headquarters of General Mills and Pentair. Golden Valley is also the home of NBC affiliate KARE, the Perpich Center for Arts Education and Breck School. The population was 20,371 at the 2010 census.

According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 10.55 square miles (27.32 km2), of which 10.20 square miles is land and 0.35 square miles is water. The 45th parallel north runs through Golden Valley, coinciding approximately with Duluth Street. Interstate 394, U.S. Highway 169, and Minnesota State Highways 55 and 100 are four of the main routes in the area.

Golden Valley is a statutory city, where the Mayor votes with the City Council. Golden Valley operates under the council/manager form of government. This means the City Council sets the policy and overall direction for the city and appoints a city manager to serve as administrator. The city manager directs city staff in carrying out council decisions and providing services. The Mayor serves a four-year term. There are four council members serving staggered four-year terms. Two council seats are up for election every two years, in odd-numbered years. The council members run citywide; there are no wards. The current Mayor is Shep Harris. The current City Council is Joanie Clausen, Paula Pentel, DeDe Scanlon and Steve Schmidgall.

Most children who live in Golden Valley attend the Robbinsdale School District or the Hopkins School District, as all of the territory of the city belongs to one or the other school district. Some students attend public schools in other school districts chosen by their families under Minnesota’s open enrollment statute. Golden Valley High School was founded in 1957 and the adjacent Golden Valley Middle School was opened in 1964, and were closed in the early 1980s after the Golden Valley School District merged with Hopkins School District. Carl Sandburg Junior High School opened in 1959. In 1988 it became Sandburg Middle School. In 1981, the Breck School, a private Episcopal school, purchased the former Golden Valley High School and Middle School property and moved from Minneapolis to the campus of the former Golden Valley schools.

Major employers in the city include: Tennant, General Mills, Pentair, KARE, NBC Affiliate for the Twin Cities, Bluestone Garden, Room & Board, Honeywell, UnitedHealth Group, and Even though the population of Golden Valley is only around 20,000, more than 30,000 people work in Golden Valley. This is because of the presence of large employers such as General Mills, Hon

Source: Golden Valley on Wikipedia