What's Happening in Edina
  1. James Pierce and Jessi Kingston

    Champions of Race Equity and Community Inclusivity

    Jessi Kingston and James Pierce, co-chairs of the Race & Equity Task Force formed by the Edina City Council, have worked tirelessly for years to use their experience, leadership qualifications and unique perspectives to influence and affect key changes in racial inequalities within the community. 
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  1. Solar Twin Cities Reaches First Goal, Lowering Solar Pricing

    Solar Twin Cities 2.0 combines volume purchasing with education to make solar accessible. Edina will hold a Solar Power Hour 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 9 at City Hall to teach the basics of solar, financial implications, and how the program lowers costs. Read on...
  2. $1,000 Reward Offered in Normandale Park Vandalism

    The Edina Crime Prevention Fund is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and charging of the person or persons responsible for recent damage caused by graffiti at Normandale Park, 6501 Warren Ave. S., Edina. Read on...
  3. Artists Selected to Develop Student Artwork into Public Sculpture

    The City of Edina’s Arts & Culture Commission (ACC), Edina Public Schools and the Edina Community Foundation selected artists Alan and Nicole Milligan to develop student artwork for a public art sculpture in Edina. Read on...
  4. $1,000 Reward Offered in Bredesen Park Vandalism

    The Edina Crime Prevention Fund is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and charging of the person or persons responsible for recent damage caused by graffiti at Bredesen Park, 5901 Olinger Blvd., Edina. Read on...
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