What's Happening in Edina
  1. Kelsey Arneson stands outside Countryside home being rebuilt

    Rebuilding in More Environmentally Friendly Way
    Kelsey Arneson (pictured) and Tom Metzger had a nonprofit remove reusable materials, like every brick of the fireplace, from their Countryside home and then had the rest of the old structure's building materials sent to a recycler. A grant helped them pay for the deconstruction.
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  1. Edina City Council, HRA to Meet Tuesday, Dec. 1

    The Edina City Council will hold an electronic work session and meeting Tuesday, Dec. 1. Members will also meet as the Housing & Redevelopment Authority immediately after the City Council meeting. Read on...
  2. Join Commuter Services for the webinar, Telework and the Current Commute

    Telework has substantially influenced the work habits and commute patterns of employers and employees along the I-494 corridor in 2020. Read on...
  3. City of Edina to Close Facilities, Cancel In-Person Events and Classes After State Order

    The City of Edina will close its recreational facilities at the conclusion of their operating day on Friday, Nov. 20, and cancel or postpone in-person classes and events for at least four weeks. Read on...
  4. Police and Fire Stations to Serve as Toys for Tots Donation Sites

    The Edina Police and Fire departments will again serve as drop-off sites for the Toys for Tots holiday gift program. Donations are being accepted at the Police Department, 4801 W. 50th St., and Fire Station No. 1, 6250 Tracy Ave., through noon Dec. 14. Read on...
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