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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 www.EdinaMN.gov/746/Watch-a-City-Meeting and www.facebook.com/edinamn.
You do not need to attend a meeting to provide comments or testify during a public hearing. Leave a comment or testimony on voicemail at 952-826-0377. Provide your feedback online at BetterTogetherEdina.org/public-hearings. Provide live testimony during a meeting by calling 800-374-0221 and using a unique conference code. It does not matter how you provide your comments or testimony and you do not need to provide it in more than one way. The governing body considers it all equally.
The Minnesota Department of Public Health (MDH) urges everyone to assume COVID-19 is everywhere and to act accordingly, practicing good hygiene, social distancing and staying home when sick.
You can view a dashboard of COVID-19 cases in Edina online on the City’s dashboard.
MDH reports the names of long-term care facilities of a certain size with one or more residents or staff with laboratory-confirmed COVID-19. Find the list online at https://www.health.state.mn.us/diseases/coronavirus/situation.html.
Please contact your hauler about any changes to trash collection.
All recycling materials must be inside of recycling carts 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:
Please check the State of Minnesota’s website for the latest updates on statewide restrictions.
There have been incidents of discrimination, bias and hate reported around the world during the pandemic.If you feel you have been discriminated against and the alleged act of discrimination occurred within the City of Edina with the last 365 days, please complete the intake form below or contact Race & Equity Coordinator Heidi Lee, HLee@EdinaMN.gov or 952-826-1622. You can also contact the Minnesota Department of Human Rights (MDHR) by calling 651-539-1133 or 1-800-658-3704, completing an online form, or by emailing email@example.com.
We’re grateful for all the interest in the “Clean Hands Across Edina” project and continue to get calls about hand sanitizer. By the end of April, all bottles had been distributed to congregate living facilities around the city. There are currently no plans for another round of production and distribution.
Read Edina Public Schools frequently asked questions at https://www.edinaschools.org/Page/5773.
The State Fire Marshal has developed a handout outlining occupant load for salons. Download it here (PDF).
The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development provides a COVID-19 Preparedness Plan template and industry guidance for several sectors. View it online at mn.gov/deed/newscenter/covid/safework/safe-reopening.
Many traditional Halloween activities can be high-risk for spreading viruses. The City does not regulate Halloween activities, but suggests residents follow guidance issued by the CDC.