Polling Places / Redistricting

On Election Day, you must vote at your precinct. 

Voting hours are 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Edina City Hall is not a polling place on Election Day.

Redistricting / Polling Place Changes

Your Polling Place May Have Changed for 2022

Before heading out to vote, please doublecheck your polling place. The boundaries changed in 2022.

Ways to find your correct polling place:

Precinct Map (click for PDF you can enlarge)

Precinct Map 2022

What Is Redistricting?

Redistricting is a process that occurs every 10 years after the U. S. Census is taken. The purpose of redistricting is to redraw district boundaries to ensure equal representation. This includes congressional, state legislative, city, county, soil and water conservation districts, hospital districts, school districts, etc. This is also good time to reexamine the functionality of each of our precinct and polling locations and make changes to adjust, add or remove precincts to accommodate population changes, as well as change polling places, and potentially reduce the number of precincts. 

Final Redistricting Plan 

See the Minnesota Judicial Branch Special Redistricting Panel redistricting plan. Edina’s Congressional Districts 3 and 5 are almost identical with a minor adjustment at the most northerly tip of TH-100, and a shift north from TH-62. The biggest change is that we are now House Districts 46B and 50A, with 46B being fully contained in the northwest quadrant of the city and the rest of the city being entirely 50A. Recall we were previously House Districts 49A and 49B.