- 7 p.m.
- 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month
- Council Chambers
Edina City Hall
4801 W 50th Street
- City Council meetings are open to the public.
Meetings of the Edina City Council are shown live, and are rebroadcast on Edina TV at 3 a.m. and 11 a.m. Sundays and Wednesdays, and 7 p.m. Tuesdays and Saturdays until the group's next meeting.
Edina TV is available to Comcast subscribers on channel 813 (high definition) and channel 16 (standard definition). Edina TV is available to CenturyLink Prism subscribers on channel 1236 (high definition) and channel 236 (standard definition).
About the Council
The Edina City Council comprises a mayor and four Council members who serve four - year staggered terms with elections in even - numbered years.
- Kevin Staunton, Council Member
- Bob Stewart, Council Member
Contact the Council
The Mayor and Council are responsible for the efficient operation of the city government through policies and ordinances that are carried out by the Council-appointed City Manager.
Specifically, the Council is responsible for budgeting, taxation and management of City property. The Council is accountable to the residents of the Edina.
The Council holds other special meetings from time to time. Meetings are aired live on Edina Community Channel 16 and are replayed at 3 a.m. and 11 a.m. on Sundays and Wednesdays, and at 7 p.m. on Tuesdays and Saturdays until the following meeting. They are also available online.
Agendas for meetings are available before each meeting. The agenda includes time for public hearings on subjects such as proposed ordinances, planning and zoning matters, assessments and public improvements. Routine business is placed on a “consent agenda,” which is considered and approved by one motion at the beginning of each meeting. Any member of the Council may remove an item from the consent agenda for discussion and action. Other agenda items include community comment, bid awards, recommendations and reports, and comments by Council Members and the City Manager.
To conduct business, the Council must have a quorum. Three Council members constitute a quorum. A majority vote of the Council is needed to approve most motions, ordinances and general resolutions. Improvement Hearings for which petitions meeting statutory requirements have been presented require three affirmative votes. When there is not a petition, four of five affirmative votes are required. Street or easement vacations for which petitions have been filed require three affirmative votes. However, vacations originated by the Council require four affirmative votes for approval, as do zoning ordinance actions. The second reading of any ordinance may be waived with four affirmative votes.
Download the "Welcome to a Meeting of the Edina City Council" brochure (PDF).