Residential Redevelopment

A Construction Management Plan (CMP) for residential tear down projects has been implemented in response to concerns that neighbors of construction projects encounter.  The CMP is intended to hold permit holders accountable for their construction sites and minimize impacts on adjacent properties. An Ordinance has been adopted by the City Council to give staff the ability to monitor and enforce the CMP.

Redevelopment Process:

  • Permit holder hosts a neighborhood meeting for residents within 300’ of their construction site prior to demolition.
  • Signage on site is displayed for all demolition and new residential building permits providing residents with contact information for the permit holder and the City of Edina’s Construction Complaint Hotline.
  • Construction hours for demolition and new residential building permits are:
    • Monday through Friday - 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
    • Saturday - 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
    • Sundays and Holidays (New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas) - Construction is Prohibited. (Please note: These hours only apply to single and two-family residential demolition and new construction permits. All other construction-related projects are subject to the hours as indicated here.)
  • Permit holders are to comply with the CMP throughout the duration of their project.
  • Click here to request signage restricting parking to just one side of the street. This will limit all parking, not just construction vehicles.

Redevelopment FAQs for Neighbors: FAQs Neighbors will provide neighbors with information needed to prepare for and handle issues that may arise during the residential infull construction process.


  • Click here to file a complaint regarding a residential demolition or new construction site.
  • Please call the non-emergency Police line at 952-826-1600 if you are disturbed by work taking place outside of allowed construction hours.

Residential Redevelopment Coordinator:

Cindy Larson

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