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Fingerprinting services are available on Wednesday evenings between 6:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. at the Edina Police Department. Services are only available to Edina residents or teachers. Bring proof of residency and/or proof of employment (for Edina Public Schools). There is a $15 fee for the first card, $5 for each additional card. For more information, please call 952-826-1610.
Please note, fingerprinting could be delayed or cancelled without notice due to the availability of the fingerprint machine.
Yes, call 952-826-0494 during business hours to arrange a tour, or fill out the online
Approximately 17,000 registered predatory offenders live in Minnesota as of January 2013. State Statute prohibits dissemination of most information about them, including place of residence, with the exception of Level III offenders. There are registered offenders living in Edina, but there are no Level III offenders at this time (August 2014). If a Level III offender moved in, a community notification meeting would occur and information would be put out on this website, in the Edina Sunday -Current newspaper and by other methods.
For more information, contact Detective Kenna Dick at 952-826-0491. For general information about predatory offenders, see the Minnesota Department of Corrections website and for information about noncompliant registered predatory offenders, see the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension site.
City Ordinance Chapter 8, Division 2, Section 8-241 states that a violation occurs when the animal noise happens repeatedly over at least a five-minute period of time, and there is one minute or less time lapse between each animal noise during the five minute period. If these conditions are met, call 952-826-1600, 24 hours, to report the violation. For more animal information, visit Animal Control.
Per Minnesota State Statute 169.225, people age 12 and older may operate a motorized foot scooter on the street and are subject to all traffic laws imposed on drivers of motor vehicles. In addition, all drivers under 18 must wear a helmet and no passengers are allowed.
Scooters may not:
Call Police Administration at 952-826-1610 during business hours (8am-4:30pm) if you lost something in Edina. Property that is confiscated can only be claimed by contacting Property and Evidence Technician Julie Norgren for an appointment at 952-826-0473. Unclaimed items are regularly auctioned at
The Edina Police Department uses Kustom Karriers towing for impounded vehicles.
For small quantities of medication, the Edina Police Department provides medication disposal bags residents can use in their homes to discard medication. Each bag allow for the disposal of up to 90 pills, 12 ounces of liquid medication of 12 transdermal patches. The bags contain activated carbon, which neutralizes the medication and prevents it from contaminating groundwater and drinking water
How to properly dispose of medication in the disposal bags:
Get a Medication Disposal Bag
Medication disposal bags are available for pickup Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Police Department and Fire Station Number 1.
Large or small quantities of medications can be disposed of at any of Hennepin County’s six drop-box locations.
View weekly incident and arrests reports here.
View and search an interactive crime map here.
View State of MN BCA uniform crime reports here.
Mandated reporters, designated facility reporters, law enforcement, counties, and lead investigative agencies must complete all required fields and submit the report when complete to meet a duty as a mandated reporter under MS626.5572 Subdivision 16. Fill out an online report.
The City required peddlers and solicitors carry and display a permit. Download the application and return it to the Edina Police Department, 4801 W. 50th St. Do not sign the application until you bring it into the Police Department. Make sure to have two passport-like photos, brochures/credentials, check or cash in the amount of $ 30 and your State-issued ID. Once the application is reviewed and approved, pick up your badge. Permits allow soliciting in the City of Edina for 14 consecutive days. If you would like to continue for longer than 14 days, you will need to re-submit everything again.
For more information, please contact the Edina Police Department's non-emergency line at 952-826-1610.
Dog licenses and Off Leash Collars for the dog parks can be obtained by mail, online or in person.
All City dog licenses expire Dec. 31. To renew by mail, send current rabies information and a check for the licensing fee to:
Edina Police Division4801 W 50th StreetEdina, MN 55424-1394
Cost is $20 per neutered or spayed dog. Licenses for dogs not neutered or spayed cost $30 each. Duplicate tags cost $6.License numbers are valid for the life of a dog. Request a new number only if the tag is unreadable.
When off the owners property, all dogs and cats must be leashed. This includes City parks. An exception is in the City's off-leash dog area (OLA) at Van Valkenburg Park and off-season at Strachauer Park. Purchase an Off Leash Collar.The off-leash area is open daily 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Dogs must wear an OLA collar.Dogs must be properly vaccinated and must be leashed when entering and exiting the OLA. No glass containers, smoking, female dogs in season, unauthorized motorized equipment or vehicles, bicycles or individual dogs known to be aggressive are allowed.Children under age 6 are not allowed within the OLA; children under 12 must be closely supervised by an adult. Dog owners are responsible for damage and injuries inflicted by their dogs and must properly clean up after them.Other rules are listed on signs within the park. OLA permits with collars cost $25 for residents and $50 for non-residents. Discounts are given for multiple dogs.Discounts are given on multiple Off-Leash Area collars only at:
Minnesota uses a service called VINELINK for electronic and telephone notification.
The Hennepin County Jail Roster lists inmates being held and is another good resource.
Payment can be made online, in mail, in person or over the phone with the Violations Bureau. If you would like to contest the citation you must also contact the Violations Bureau.
For more details about how to pay or contest a citation visit the Hennepin County Violations Bureau website.
District Court Administrator
c/o Violations Bureau
300 South Sixth Street
Minneapolis, MN 55487-0014