Welcome to the City of Edina!

The Irish and Scot families who settled Edina in the mid-1800s wouldn't recognize the city that 100 years ago boasted a profitable Minnehaha Creek gristmill and a Grange Hall. Today, Edina – named for that gristmill – boasts a population of 47,000, a nationally renowned  school district, a thriving business community and nearly 40 award-winning public parks. Edina's greatest asset, however, is the people who live and work here. Hundreds of residents volunteer in City-sponsored programs and on advisory boards. Many more take an active role in the community by donating their time through various local organizations. What does Edina mean to you?

Living Streets Champion
Bob and Susie Huff

When Bob Huff returned home to Edina after completing graduate school in New York, he assumed he’d be leaving traffic hazards and headaches behind in “The City...

Here Comes The Sun: Environmental Forum

Interested in clean, carbon-free energy independence? Join us for the 4th-Annual Edina Environmental Forum at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 8 at Edina High School's Fick Auditorium. Meterologist and entrepreneur Paul Douglas will be the keynote speaker. 

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New issue of Edition: Edina online

Edition: Edina is a monthly newsletter insert in the Edina Sun-Current, and contains City news and events, based on the City Council's priorities: infrastructure, commercial and mixed-use redevelopment, workforce, communication and engagement, community vision and aviation noise.

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Mayor Accepting Nominations

Edina Mayor James B. Hovland is accepting nominations for his annual Mayor’s Commendations. Hovland presents awards for volunteerism at the annual Volunteer Recognition Reception. Nominations are due 4:30 p.m. Friday, April 3. 

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