Neighborhoods

Edina has 45 distinct neighborhoods.

Take a look at the Neighborhood Map to see to which neighborhood you belong!

Want to learn about what is happening in your neighborhood?

Sign up for City Extra by neighborhood and receive emails from the City about projects and news impacting your neighborhood.

Interested in forming a recognized neighborhood association?

Organize your neighborhood!

Work with other neighborhood residents and property owners to make your neighborhood a better place to live, learn, raise a family and do business! Click here to learn more.

Recognized neighborhood associations foster communication by:

  • Distributing information so that residents can make informed decisions;
  • Enabling two-way communication between neighborhoods and city government on matters of interest, such as zoning changes, redevelopment projects, park projects and small area plans;
  • And creating smaller venues for interaction.

Recognized neighborhood associations also build community through cooperative action by:

  • Organizing voluntary projects based on community interests;
  • Supporting other City programs such as Adopt-a-Park, Neighbors Home Watch and Nite to Unite;
  • Promoting social activities;
  • And ensuring neighborhood safety and security.

Recognized neighborhood associations receive the following City benefits:

  • Website landing page;
  • Copying services;
  • About Town listing;
  • Free meeting space in City facilities;
  • Guest speakers from City staff;
  • And annual City-wide neighborhood workshop.

Attend a free workshop to learn how to organize your neighborhood.

Learn more about these benefits and how to become a recognized neighborhood association by reviewing the City’s Neighborhood Association Policy or contacting Assistant Planner Kris Aaker at 952-826-0461 or kaaker@EdinaMN.gov.

What’s next?

The City Council approved the Neighborhood Map and Neighborhood Association Policy on April 16, 2013. During the remainder of 2013, the City will add resources to this site to assist residents and neighborhood associations. Watch for more information on Edina’s first neighborhood workshop this summer!

You can learn more about the history of Edina’s Name Your Neighborhood project here.

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