Public Health Division
Edina's Public Health Division ensures access to a wide range of Public Health services that benefit residents, businesses and visitors. In addition, staff provide support for the Community Health Commission.
Issues licenses and conducts inspections for:
- Restaurants and other establishments serving food or beverages
- Lodging places such as hotels
- Public swimming pools and spas
- Rental housing
- Do body art, tattoo or massage operators or businesses need a license?
Yes. The City of Edina requires body art and massage facilities to obtain a business license to operate in the City. Inspections are conducted to insure sanitation and safety requirements are met.
For information about obtaining or renewing a body art or massage operator’s license, contact the Health Department at 952-826-0370.
If you have a health concern regarding one of these operations in Edina, please call the Health Department at 952-826-0370.
- I think I got food poisoning from an Edina restaurant. Who do I contact?
The City Public Health Division works with the Minnesota Department of Health to investigate complaints related to mold, radon, tobacco smoke, carbon monoxide and indoor air quality concerns. These pollutants can seriously impact public health, the environment and quality of life.