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Yes, you can still visit the off-leash area with your dogs. Please practice social distancing.
Residents can watch City Council meetings live on Comcast Channel 813 (high definition) and Channel 16 (standard definition) or CenturyLink Prism on Channel 1236 (high definition) and Channel 236 (standard definition). Meetings are also streamed live at https://www.edinamn.gov/746/Watch-a-City-Meeting and https://www.facebook.com/edinamn.
You do not need to attend a meeting to provide comments to the Council or testify during a public hearing. Comments submitted through the Council Correspondence form at https://edinadocs.edinamn.gov/Forms/contact are equally considered.
Updates from the City of Edina will be posted on the City website. Sign up for email updates at EdinaMN.gov/CityExtra or text EDINA to 57838 to get information via text.
The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) has regular updates on its website. Visit http://bit.ly/mncoronavirus for the most up-to-date information. Individuals in need of more information may call the MDH COVID-19 Hotline at 651-201-3920.
There are many rumors circulating online about COVID-19. To stay healthy and safe, make sure your COVID-19 information comes from reliable sources — like MDH or CDC — or your healthcare provider.
Read Edina Public Schools frequently asked questions at https://www.edinaschools.org/Page/5773.
City Hall is currently closed to the public. The City is no longer taking room reservations from outside groups for use of City Hall.
Yes. However, in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, but also provide necessary transportation, the CloverRide circulator bus will shift from scheduled stops to on-demand service with one rider per trip. Riders from anywhere in Edina can request a ride anywhere in the community on Fridays between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Residents interested in scheduling a ride on should call DARTS dispatch at 651-455-1560 to schedule a ride or to receive more information. Dispatchers are available weekdays between 7:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. Drivers will take the rider directly to their destination and set a return time. Drivers will also assist with loading riders with mobility devices (walkers, wheelchairs or scooters) as needed. Cost is $3.
The City of Edina is supported by several human service organizations will play a vital role in aiding in the relief and needs of Edina residents. Consider volunteering or donating to these organizations. Learn more at https://www.bettertogetheredina.org/covid-19-help-others.
You should not expect to see the numbers of laboratory-confirmed cases in Edina. The Minnesota Department of Public Health (MDH) is not publicly reporting cases by cities, only counties. When there is a death, MDH will only report the county of that person’s residence and decade of life (“a person in their 80s from Hennepin County,” for example). MDH urges everyone to assume COVID-19 is in every community and to act accordingly, practicing good hygiene, social distancing and staying home when sick.
Yes, City parks and trails remain open for exercise and fresh air. However, group activities and other non-individual sports have been banned until further notice and please review the closures FAQ.
Yes. Effective 8 a.m. Monday, March 30, group activities that are not in compliance with obvious physical and social distancing, such as basketball, soccer and other non-individual sports, are not allowed in Edina in order to comply with Gov. Tim Walz’s Executive Order 20-20 to help stop the spread of COVID-19. This ban will be in effect until further notice.
Walz’s order, passed in response to the spread of the novel coronavirus which causes COVID-19, carries penalties of a fine up to $1,000 or 90 days in jail. The City will continue to try and educate people before Police issue tickets for the misdemeanor.
We want voluntary compliance and do not want to overwhelm public safety by asking Police Officers to respond to reports of group play. Please do not feel you need to report your neighbors. We have reassigned several employees to serve as park ambassadors, looking out for this sort of thing. If they see lack of social distancing, they will ask the group to comply with the Governor’s order and break up play. If you absolutely must make a report, call the Police Department’s non-emergency line: 952-826-1610.
Tennis can be played at local parks as long as just two residents are playing at a time and they keep at least six feet from each other. Disc golf at Rosland Park is also allowed if just two people play at a time and keep at least six feet from each other.
Due to health and safety concerns over COVID-19, all camps, classes, events and programs have been postponed or canceled through at least April 30.
If you were registered, refunds will be processed if a program or event can’t be rescheduled. As soon as we can safely resume activities, we will do so. We thank you for your patience. Please stay safe through this crisis.
Yes, the pedestrian movement at Bredesen Park Trail should be counter-clockwise.
No, effective March 20, 2020 playgrounds in all City parks are closed until further notice. Please keep off the fencing around the play structures.
Please contact your hauler about any changes to trash collection.
All recycling materials must be inside of recycling carts starting Monday, April 6, as a measure to protect drivers during the coronavirus pandemic. Recycling truck drivers will no longer be allowed to leave the cab of their truck, so they will not be able to pick up any recycling left outside of carts, such as cardboard from shipping boxes. All items should be broken down so they fit in the recycling cart. Residents who need a second cart may request one by calling 952-941-5174 or 952-826-0463. This measure will be in effect until further notice.
Residents who have yard waste pickup should contact their hauler. Some haulers have delayed the start of spring pickup due to coronavirus concerns. Yard waste cannot be placed in trash, by state law. Residents with yard waste that isn’t currently being collected by a hauler should store it properly in their yard or take it to one of these sites that accept yard waste: