What's Happening in Edina
  1. Leslie Grothe and Tom Gump

    Meet the Heroes Behind Edina's July 4 Parade

    Leslie Grothe and Tom Gump have been named Hometown Heroes for leading the Edina Fourth of July Parade Committee, successfully expanding the parade and keeping the tradition alive with a 2020 virtual version you can stream or watch on TV.
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  1. More Detailed Citywide Masking Policy to Go Into Effect July 9

    To slow the spread of COVID-19, the Edina City Council has extended a citywide masking policy. Read on...
  2. ‘Town Talks’ to Continue with Discussion on Affordable Housing

    Affordable Housing Manager Stephanie Hawkinson will continue the City of Edina’s “Town Talks” with a virtual discussion about affordable housing from 7 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, July 15. Read on...
  3. Seeds of Change: Artwork by EHS Black Student Union to be Dedicated at 50th & France

    The City of Edina and 50th & France Business & Professional Association will host a dedication of “Seeds of Change” artwork created by members of the Black Student Union at Edina High School and young community artists. Read on...
  4. Three Longtime Employees Retire from City of Edina

    The City of Edina has said goodbye to three longtime employees. Building Inspector James Hall retired at the beginning of March, and Paramedic/Firelighter Todd Skatrud and Police Department Sgt. Kevin Rofidal each retired in June. Read on...
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