Bike Rack Cost Share Program

In an effort to make bicycle parking more accessible throughout Edina and to encourage bicycling for commuting, short trips and errands, the City is offering a program for business and organizations in Edina to share the cost of purchase and installation of bike racks.

Each year, the City devotes $10,000 to the bike rack program and requests will be honored on a first-come, first-served basis. The City of Edina will install the racks and will pay half the cost to purchase and installation. The property owner is responsible to any new concrete and site work required for installation. The City’s share is provided by the Pedestrian & Cyclist Safety (PACS) Fund, which is dedicated to the creation and maintenance of non-motorized transportation facilities.

Requests will be approved based on a set of criteria, such as location and placement and clearance. The City’s Public Works crews will install the bike racks. Once in place, the property or building owner must maintain them.

For more information or to apply, contact Transportation Planner Mark Nolan at 952-826-0322 or