West 58th Street Reconstruction

The 58th Street Reconstruction project will be between Wooddale Ave and Xerxes Ave.

The City of Edina seeks feedback on the design of West 58th Street from Wooddale Avenue to Xerxes Avenue. This area is tentatively scheduled for reconstruction in 2020. We want to design this area to make everyone feel comfortable walking, biking and driving. In order to achieve this, we are gathering concerns, questions and suggestions about the project area.

Over the next several months, we will ask for feedback and would like you to participate however you feel comfortable. This site is designed to keep you involved and informed. Please feel free to ask questions related to the design at any time through the Q&A tab. Any concerns related to construction will be addressed at a later date. We look forward to hearing from all of you and thank you for your time!



The City of Edina seeks feedback on the design of West 58th Street from Wooddale Avenue to Xerxes Avenue. This area is tentatively scheduled for reconstruction in 2020. We want to design this area to make everyone feel comfortable walking, biking and driving. In order to achieve this, we are gathering concerns, questions and suggestions about the project area.

Over the next several months, we will ask for feedback and would like you to participate however you feel comfortable. This site is designed to keep you involved and informed. Please feel free to ask questions related to the design at any time through the Q&A tab. Any concerns related to construction will be addressed at a later date. We look forward to hearing from all of you and thank you for your time!



  • Next Steps - Final Design Concept

    5 days ago

    We have gathered lots of feedback thus far and will be looking for additional feedback on two alternative concepts and street lighting in the coming weeks. We expect to publish these refined concepts and additional surveys by the end of next week. In order to provide enough time for comments, we will be asking City Council at their June 4th regular meeting to extend the community engagement period. We have appreciated all of the comments we have received thus far, and we look forward to hearing from participants on the alternative concepts. Also posted next week will be information...

    We have gathered lots of feedback thus far and will be looking for additional feedback on two alternative concepts and street lighting in the coming weeks. We expect to publish these refined concepts and additional surveys by the end of next week. In order to provide enough time for comments, we will be asking City Council at their June 4th regular meeting to extend the community engagement period. We have appreciated all of the comments we have received thus far, and we look forward to hearing from participants on the alternative concepts. Also posted next week will be information on the additional dates for comment and the date of a future Council meeting for consideration of a final concept.


  • Design Review Closing Soon

    about 1 month ago

    We are nearing the end of the initial design review and plan to close the forum by the end of the business day on April 26, 2019. You may continue to ask questions through the Q & A tool. Thank you for your participation and stay tuned for final design.

    We are nearing the end of the initial design review and plan to close the forum by the end of the business day on April 26, 2019. You may continue to ask questions through the Q & A tool. Thank you for your participation and stay tuned for final design.

  • Design Review Starting Soon

    about 2 months ago
    Process timeline

    We have entered the review stage of this project and we are looking for your feedback on the initial design.

    To participate in the design review visit the "Initial Design Discussion Topics". In this tab you will find the various discussion topics along with questions for the City to gather input. Each discussion topic will have a hyperlink to the street map, legend, information on street widths and design examples. You can reference these documents as you provide input.


    We have entered the review stage of this project and we are looking for your feedback on the initial design.

    To participate in the design review visit the "Initial Design Discussion Topics". In this tab you will find the various discussion topics along with questions for the City to gather input. Each discussion topic will have a hyperlink to the street map, legend, information on street widths and design examples. You can reference these documents as you provide input.


  • Next Steps

    2 months ago

    Thank you to everyone who provided feedback through our maps and surveys. We have started to take all that information and begin the initial design. Next, we will be scheduling the small group discussions. If you expressed interest, either through the poll on this site or at the open house, we will be reaching out with an invitation to join those meetings. We look forward to working with you on the next stage of this project. If you have questions, you may continue to use the Q&A on this site.

    Thank you to everyone who provided feedback through our maps and surveys. We have started to take all that information and begin the initial design. Next, we will be scheduling the small group discussions. If you expressed interest, either through the poll on this site or at the open house, we will be reaching out with an invitation to join those meetings. We look forward to working with you on the next stage of this project. If you have questions, you may continue to use the Q&A on this site.

  • W 58th Street Open House Recap

    3 months ago
    Fig 1 map small

    An open house meeting was held on February 25, 2019 and we were able to listen to ideas and concerns from residents. We got great feedback and input. Thank you to everyone who attended. As we have stated previously, this website is designed to provide the same options for listening as the open house.

    We asked residents to place stickers on maps that highlighted their concerns and ideas for future use of W 58th Street. Similar functionality is available through the maps tab, simply click on “MAP”, go in, and drop a pin with your ideas and concerns.




    In addition we asked about people's experiences which is now available as a survey on this website.


    Residents were also given an opportunity to tell us if they would like to participate in small group discussions, if you are interested in this please respond to our poll and we will reach out once those dates and times have been established.


    An open house meeting was held on February 25, 2019 and we were able to listen to ideas and concerns from residents. We got great feedback and input. Thank you to everyone who attended. As we have stated previously, this website is designed to provide the same options for listening as the open house.

    We asked residents to place stickers on maps that highlighted their concerns and ideas for future use of W 58th Street. Similar functionality is available through the maps tab, simply click on “MAP”, go in, and drop a pin with your ideas and concerns.




    In addition we asked about people's experiences which is now available as a survey on this website.


    Residents were also given an opportunity to tell us if they would like to participate in small group discussions, if you are interested in this please respond to our poll and we will reach out once those dates and times have been established.


  • What are we looking for?

    4 months ago

    During the process, we ask that participants focus on decisions related to street design, storm water management, and multi-modal transportation while considering aesthetics. These items may include, but are not limited to:

    • Bike Facilities
    • Parking
    • Sidewalks
    • Shared-Use Paths
    • Storm Water Opportunities, i.e., rain gardens, tree trenches, etc.

    During the process, we ask that participants focus on decisions related to street design, storm water management, and multi-modal transportation while considering aesthetics. These items may include, but are not limited to:

    • Bike Facilities
    • Parking
    • Sidewalks
    • Shared-Use Paths
    • Storm Water Opportunities, i.e., rain gardens, tree trenches, etc.