COVID - 19 Community Resources

We know our doors are closed, but as a community we can still stay connected.


We know our doors are closed, but as a community we can still stay connected.


  • Gathering and Observances Guidance

    1 day ago

    Large events and mass gatherings can contribute to the spread of COVID-19 in the United States. It important to adhere to social distancing practices or provide accommodations for remote attendance to limit the spread of COVID-19.

    With upcoming observances in April, please continue to follow with the Stay Home Order as well as the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s Interim Guidance for Community & Faith Leaders.

    Large events and mass gatherings can contribute to the spread of COVID-19 in the United States. It important to adhere to social distancing practices or provide accommodations for remote attendance to limit the spread of COVID-19.

    With upcoming observances in April, please continue to follow with the Stay Home Order as well as the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s Interim Guidance for Community & Faith Leaders.

  • Get the Latest Minnesota COVID-19 Data

    2 days ago

    City staff have been fielding calls regarding data related to the number of COVID-19 cases in Edina and throughout the State. As a reminder, the Minnesota Department of Health posts information on the agency website, which is updated daily. Find the website here: https://www.health.state.mn.us/diseases/coronavirus/index.html

    Click on the 'Situation Update' link to get the latest data on the number of cases in Minnesota. The information is available to the public by County.

    City staff have been fielding calls regarding data related to the number of COVID-19 cases in Edina and throughout the State. As a reminder, the Minnesota Department of Health posts information on the agency website, which is updated daily. Find the website here: https://www.health.state.mn.us/diseases/coronavirus/index.html

    Click on the 'Situation Update' link to get the latest data on the number of cases in Minnesota. The information is available to the public by County.

  • Volunteer Opportunities - Help at your door!

    3 days ago

    Consider helping one of Edina's human service organizations, Help at your door.

    Volunteers are needed for the following:

    • Thursday or Friday morning Shoppers at the Cub Foods at 8421 Lyndale Ave S from 6-9:30 a.m.
    • Friday morning Grocery Helpers to pick up and deliver grocery orders from the Cub Foods at 8421 Lyndale Ave S at 9:30 a.m.
    • Anytime (day/eve/weekend) Client Connectors. Training and calling is done from the volunteer’s home, and time commitment is 1-2 hrs per week.

    Contact volunteer@helpatyourdoor.org or call 651-642-1892 to get started.


    Consider helping one of Edina's human service organizations, Help at your door.

    Volunteers are needed for the following:

    • Thursday or Friday morning Shoppers at the Cub Foods at 8421 Lyndale Ave S from 6-9:30 a.m.
    • Friday morning Grocery Helpers to pick up and deliver grocery orders from the Cub Foods at 8421 Lyndale Ave S at 9:30 a.m.
    • Anytime (day/eve/weekend) Client Connectors. Training and calling is done from the volunteer’s home, and time commitment is 1-2 hrs per week.

    Contact volunteer@helpatyourdoor.org or call 651-642-1892 to get started.


  • Group Play Banned - Please stay at home!

    3 days ago

    Effective 8 a.m. Monday, March 30, group activities that are not in compliance with obvious physical and social distancing, such as basketball, soccer and other non-individual sports, are not allowed in Edina order to comply with Gov. Tim Walz’s Executive Order 20-20 to help stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus. This ban will be in effect until further notice.

    “We had hoped we would see 100 percent compliance by residents and visitors with the Governor’s ‘Stay at Home’ order. However, this weekend, we have continued to receive many complaints and reports of large group gatherings, close-contact ball games and lack of social distancing,” said City Manager Scott Neal. “This is not optional. Failure of Minnesotans to comply with this order will result in the metro area reaching peak caseload sooner than medical facilities are able to handle. We all need to do our part.”

    Walz’s order, passed in response to the spread of the novel coronavirus which causes COVID-19, carries penalties of a fine up to $1,000 or 90 days in jail. The City will continue to try and educate people before Police issue tickets for the misdemeanor.

    Also, Neal and emergency personnel urge residents not to call 911 with routine questions about Walz’s order. These calls can jam the 911 lines used for actual emergency calls. Instead, please call the Minnesota’s State Emergency Operation Center’s hotline at 1-800-657-3504 between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.

    For more information about the City’s response to COVID-19, including what City facilities are open and closed, please regularly check the City’s website at EdinaMN.gov, sign up for City Extra emails at EdinaMN.gov/CityExtra or text EDINA to 57838 to receive text messages.

    Effective 8 a.m. Monday, March 30, group activities that are not in compliance with obvious physical and social distancing, such as basketball, soccer and other non-individual sports, are not allowed in Edina order to comply with Gov. Tim Walz’s Executive Order 20-20 to help stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus. This ban will be in effect until further notice.

    “We had hoped we would see 100 percent compliance by residents and visitors with the Governor’s ‘Stay at Home’ order. However, this weekend, we have continued to receive many complaints and reports of large group gatherings, close-contact ball games and lack of social distancing,” said City Manager Scott Neal. “This is not optional. Failure of Minnesotans to comply with this order will result in the metro area reaching peak caseload sooner than medical facilities are able to handle. We all need to do our part.”

    Walz’s order, passed in response to the spread of the novel coronavirus which causes COVID-19, carries penalties of a fine up to $1,000 or 90 days in jail. The City will continue to try and educate people before Police issue tickets for the misdemeanor.

    Also, Neal and emergency personnel urge residents not to call 911 with routine questions about Walz’s order. These calls can jam the 911 lines used for actual emergency calls. Instead, please call the Minnesota’s State Emergency Operation Center’s hotline at 1-800-657-3504 between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.

    For more information about the City’s response to COVID-19, including what City facilities are open and closed, please regularly check the City’s website at EdinaMN.gov, sign up for City Extra emails at EdinaMN.gov/CityExtra or text EDINA to 57838 to receive text messages.

  • Update From Parks & Recreation

    7 days ago

    Dear residents and valued customers,

    The COVID-19 pandemic has presented unprecedented challenges for us all. As we continue to respond to COVID-19, your health and well-being remain our top priority. Following guidance of the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) to help slow the spread of COVID-19 and the Stay at Home Order issued by Minnesota Governor Tim Walz, all Edina Parks & Recreation programs and events scheduled to begin in April will be canceled or postponed.

    If you registered for a program or event scheduled in April, refunds will be processed if a program or event can’t be rescheduled. Once the City determines the status of all programs and how long they will be suspended for, staff will provide an update and begin processing full refunds.

    The following facilities remain closed to the public until further notice:

    • Braemar Arena, 7501 Ikola Way
    • Braemar Field, 7509 Ikola Way
    • Braemar Golf Course, 6364 John Harris Drive
    • Braemar Golf Dome, 7420 Braemar Blvd.
    • Centennial Lakes Park, 7499 France Ave. S.
    • Edina Senior Center, 5280 Grandview Square
    • Edina Art Center, 4701 W. 64th St.
    • Edinborough Park, 7700 York Ave. S.

    Helpful reminders:

    • All playgrounds in City parks remain closed
    • Pickeball courts at Rosland Park are closed
    • Park restrooms are closed
    • Park drinking fountains are closed
    • Bredesen Park Trail has switched to counter-clockwise pedestrian movement
    • Please do not participate in gatherings of any size on City fields, courts and open spaces:
      • Park users should not participate in organized activities including basketball, football, soccer, lacrosse and ultimate frisbee.
    • Please be mindful of the Stay at Home Order effective March 27 at 11:59 p.m. through April 10 and put at least 6 feet of distance between yourself and others.

    While recreation facilities are closed and programs are canceled or postponed, there’s still plenty to do outdoors:

    • All Edina parks and trails remain open
    • Go for a walk, run or bike ride
    • Create chalk art on your driveway or sidewalk

    As events unfold, our plans will continue to change to address the new challenges. It is the mission of Edina Parks & Recreation to improve the quality of life for residents of all ages by developing and maintaining parks, open space and trails and providing recreational and cultural opportunities. We hope you’ll use our trails and parks in a safe manner, and we will continue to support you along the way.

    Sincerely,
    Perry Vetter
    Parks & Recreation Director

    Dear residents and valued customers,

    The COVID-19 pandemic has presented unprecedented challenges for us all. As we continue to respond to COVID-19, your health and well-being remain our top priority. Following guidance of the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) to help slow the spread of COVID-19 and the Stay at Home Order issued by Minnesota Governor Tim Walz, all Edina Parks & Recreation programs and events scheduled to begin in April will be canceled or postponed.

    If you registered for a program or event scheduled in April, refunds will be processed if a program or event can’t be rescheduled. Once the City determines the status of all programs and how long they will be suspended for, staff will provide an update and begin processing full refunds.

    The following facilities remain closed to the public until further notice:

    • Braemar Arena, 7501 Ikola Way
    • Braemar Field, 7509 Ikola Way
    • Braemar Golf Course, 6364 John Harris Drive
    • Braemar Golf Dome, 7420 Braemar Blvd.
    • Centennial Lakes Park, 7499 France Ave. S.
    • Edina Senior Center, 5280 Grandview Square
    • Edina Art Center, 4701 W. 64th St.
    • Edinborough Park, 7700 York Ave. S.

    Helpful reminders:

    • All playgrounds in City parks remain closed
    • Pickeball courts at Rosland Park are closed
    • Park restrooms are closed
    • Park drinking fountains are closed
    • Bredesen Park Trail has switched to counter-clockwise pedestrian movement
    • Please do not participate in gatherings of any size on City fields, courts and open spaces:
      • Park users should not participate in organized activities including basketball, football, soccer, lacrosse and ultimate frisbee.
    • Please be mindful of the Stay at Home Order effective March 27 at 11:59 p.m. through April 10 and put at least 6 feet of distance between yourself and others.

    While recreation facilities are closed and programs are canceled or postponed, there’s still plenty to do outdoors:

    • All Edina parks and trails remain open
    • Go for a walk, run or bike ride
    • Create chalk art on your driveway or sidewalk

    As events unfold, our plans will continue to change to address the new challenges. It is the mission of Edina Parks & Recreation to improve the quality of life for residents of all ages by developing and maintaining parks, open space and trails and providing recreational and cultural opportunities. We hope you’ll use our trails and parks in a safe manner, and we will continue to support you along the way.

    Sincerely,
    Perry Vetter
    Parks & Recreation Director

  • Stay Home, Minnesota

    8 days ago

    Stay home, except for essential needs is the order that Minnesotans received from Governor Walz on March 25, 2020. The stay home executive order starts on Friday, March 27 at 11:59 pm until April 10, 2020. The Office of Governor provides guidance such as:

    What does the Stay at Home Order mean?

    - All Minnesotans are ordered to stay home unless it is to performing the following essential activities such as:

    • Health and safety activities, such as obtaining emergency services or medical supplies
    • Outdoor activities, such as walking pets, hiking, running, biking, hunting, or fishing
    • Necessary Supplies and Services, such as getting groceries, gasoline, or carry-out
    • Essential and interstate travel, such as returning to home from outside this state
    • Care of others, such as caring for a family member, friend, or pet in another household
    • Displacement, such as moving between emergency or homeless shelters if you are without a home
    • Relocation to ensure safety, such as relocating to a different location if your home has been unsafe due to domestic violence, sanitation, or essential operations reasons
    • Tribal Activities & Lands, such as activities by members within the boundaries of their tribal reservations

    For more detailed information about the Stay Home Executive Order, go to the Office of Governor website.

    Stay home, except for essential needs is the order that Minnesotans received from Governor Walz on March 25, 2020. The stay home executive order starts on Friday, March 27 at 11:59 pm until April 10, 2020. The Office of Governor provides guidance such as:

    What does the Stay at Home Order mean?

    - All Minnesotans are ordered to stay home unless it is to performing the following essential activities such as:

    • Health and safety activities, such as obtaining emergency services or medical supplies
    • Outdoor activities, such as walking pets, hiking, running, biking, hunting, or fishing
    • Necessary Supplies and Services, such as getting groceries, gasoline, or carry-out
    • Essential and interstate travel, such as returning to home from outside this state
    • Care of others, such as caring for a family member, friend, or pet in another household
    • Displacement, such as moving between emergency or homeless shelters if you are without a home
    • Relocation to ensure safety, such as relocating to a different location if your home has been unsafe due to domestic violence, sanitation, or essential operations reasons
    • Tribal Activities & Lands, such as activities by members within the boundaries of their tribal reservations

    For more detailed information about the Stay Home Executive Order, go to the Office of Governor website.

  • CloverRide Update

    9 days ago

    In an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, but also provide necessary transportation, the CloverRide circulator bus will shift from scheduled stops to on-demand service with one rider per trip. Riders from anywhere in Edina can request a ride anywhere in the community on Fridays between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.

    The City has partnered with DARTS to provide the CloverRide circulator bus service to Edina residents and visitors on Fridays. CloverRide is a reliable, continuous transportation service, providing accessibility from senior housing locations to amenities like groceries, retail and recreation.

    Residents interested in scheduling a ride on should call DARTS dispatch at 651-455-1560 to schedule a ride or to receive more information. Dispatchers are available weekdays between 7:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. Drivers will take the rider directly to their destination and set a return time. Drivers will also assist with loading riders with mobility devices (walkers, wheelchairs or scooters) as needed. Cost is $3.

    “The City of Edina and DARTS are prioritizing the health and safety of the community by closely following the recommendations of the CDC and the Minnesota Department of Health,” said Transportation Planner Andrew Scipioni. “We are fortunate that DARTS is continuing to provide this reliable service that will allow our residents to access grocery stores and retail for essential supplies.”

    For more information, visit EdinaMN.gov/CloverRide.

    In an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, but also provide necessary transportation, the CloverRide circulator bus will shift from scheduled stops to on-demand service with one rider per trip. Riders from anywhere in Edina can request a ride anywhere in the community on Fridays between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.

    The City has partnered with DARTS to provide the CloverRide circulator bus service to Edina residents and visitors on Fridays. CloverRide is a reliable, continuous transportation service, providing accessibility from senior housing locations to amenities like groceries, retail and recreation.

    Residents interested in scheduling a ride on should call DARTS dispatch at 651-455-1560 to schedule a ride or to receive more information. Dispatchers are available weekdays between 7:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. Drivers will take the rider directly to their destination and set a return time. Drivers will also assist with loading riders with mobility devices (walkers, wheelchairs or scooters) as needed. Cost is $3.

    “The City of Edina and DARTS are prioritizing the health and safety of the community by closely following the recommendations of the CDC and the Minnesota Department of Health,” said Transportation Planner Andrew Scipioni. “We are fortunate that DARTS is continuing to provide this reliable service that will allow our residents to access grocery stores and retail for essential supplies.”

    For more information, visit EdinaMN.gov/CloverRide.

  • Edina Non-Profits Helping during COVID-19

    10 days ago

    To meet the needs of individuals and families in the community who have been especially impacted by COVID-19, several Edina non-profits have come together: The Edina Community Foundation and the Meal Fund, supported by the Edina Education Fund and Edina Give and Go.

    COVID-19 has increased the demand for supplemental food and put extra stress on The Sheridan Story and VEAP, organizations that typically provide dinners and weekend meals to more than 300 families of Edina students. Recognizing that Edina is largely a community of abundance, community members came together to utilize the Meal Fund to meet the need.

    “The food support provided by the school district for breakfast and lunch is amazing, but we have an immediate need for dinner support for students and families. Dinners are not something the school district can pay for. That’s why we need community support to meet this need," said Amy Pampusch Olson, Co-Founder of the Meal Fund.

    The Meal Fund, which eases the burden of school meal debt on families in a time of crisis, such as employment instability, illness, death or food insecurity, determined that $75,000 is urgently needed to ensure that no family misses a dinner or weekend meal in Edina.

    “We are so grateful to the numerous community members who have asked us where they can help. If you are looking to help students and families in our community with food access, we hope you’ll consider supporting this Fund,” said Olson.

    Donations to support dinner and weekend meals for students and Edina families through the Meal Fund can be made at www.edinaedfund.org/s/meal-fund-covid-19. Donations support food, distribution and preparation costs.

    To fund grants to meet broader community needs, the Edina Community Foundation has created a Coronavirus Relief Fund. This fund allows residents to make donations to help a broad swath of the community. Funds will be distributed to organizations that are meeting emerging needs in vulnerable populations. The initial grant was made this week to Help at Your Door, a nonprofit serving seniors and individuals with disabilities. Help At Your Door will use the grant to purchase N95 masks for volunteers as they personally deliver food and other essential items to their constituents in need.

    “We take heart that while we are subject to social distance restrictions, the residents of Edina have this opportunity to be more connected than ever,” said Dick Crockett, Executive Director of the Edina Community Foundation.

    The Coronavirus Relief Fund grew from a request by Mayor James Hovland and State Rep. Heather Edelson to create avenues for residents to help each other.

    Donations to support broader community needs through the Coronavirus Relief Fund can be made at edinacommunityfoundation.org or by mailing a check made
    payable to the Edina Community Foundation at 5280 Grandview Square, Edina MN 55436. Donors may also give using the Foundation’s Venmo account @EdinaCommunityFoundation-Edina. Please specify “Coronavirus Relief” in your note or memo line so the funds can be channeled appropriately.

    For more information about the Meal Fund, contact Kathy Rendleman at 952-848-4222. For more information about the Edina Community Foundation, contact Crockett at 952-833-9573 at edfoundation@EdinaMN.gov.

    Edina Community Foundation Committee

    Neighborhood leaders in housing, senior advocacy, disability resources, education, faith and the Chamber of Commerce have agreed to serve on the committee that will oversee the distribution of grants. Its members include co-chairs Jon Barnett and Caroline Correia, Maggie McCracken, Hope Melton, Stephanie Zahrbock, Stephanie Pierce, Arnie Bigbee, Shelly Loberg, Rebecca Sorensen, Lori Syverson and Eli Groenendyk.

    Edina Meal Fund Response Fund Team

    The collaborative group focused on food access for students and families includes school district representation, Edina Meal Fund, Edina Education Fund, Edina Give and Go, Parent Teacher Organization and community member representation. Its members are Carynn Roehrick, Amy Pampusch Olson, Caroline Correia, Karen Gabler, Regina Neville, Kathy Rendleman, Cathy Cella, Maggie McCracken, Sarina Khariwala, Eleni Glerum, Chris Rofidal, Erica Allenburg and Julie Greene.

    To meet the needs of individuals and families in the community who have been especially impacted by COVID-19, several Edina non-profits have come together: The Edina Community Foundation and the Meal Fund, supported by the Edina Education Fund and Edina Give and Go.

    COVID-19 has increased the demand for supplemental food and put extra stress on The Sheridan Story and VEAP, organizations that typically provide dinners and weekend meals to more than 300 families of Edina students. Recognizing that Edina is largely a community of abundance, community members came together to utilize the Meal Fund to meet the need.

    “The food support provided by the school district for breakfast and lunch is amazing, but we have an immediate need for dinner support for students and families. Dinners are not something the school district can pay for. That’s why we need community support to meet this need," said Amy Pampusch Olson, Co-Founder of the Meal Fund.

    The Meal Fund, which eases the burden of school meal debt on families in a time of crisis, such as employment instability, illness, death or food insecurity, determined that $75,000 is urgently needed to ensure that no family misses a dinner or weekend meal in Edina.

    “We are so grateful to the numerous community members who have asked us where they can help. If you are looking to help students and families in our community with food access, we hope you’ll consider supporting this Fund,” said Olson.

    Donations to support dinner and weekend meals for students and Edina families through the Meal Fund can be made at www.edinaedfund.org/s/meal-fund-covid-19. Donations support food, distribution and preparation costs.

    To fund grants to meet broader community needs, the Edina Community Foundation has created a Coronavirus Relief Fund. This fund allows residents to make donations to help a broad swath of the community. Funds will be distributed to organizations that are meeting emerging needs in vulnerable populations. The initial grant was made this week to Help at Your Door, a nonprofit serving seniors and individuals with disabilities. Help At Your Door will use the grant to purchase N95 masks for volunteers as they personally deliver food and other essential items to their constituents in need.

    “We take heart that while we are subject to social distance restrictions, the residents of Edina have this opportunity to be more connected than ever,” said Dick Crockett, Executive Director of the Edina Community Foundation.

    The Coronavirus Relief Fund grew from a request by Mayor James Hovland and State Rep. Heather Edelson to create avenues for residents to help each other.

    Donations to support broader community needs through the Coronavirus Relief Fund can be made at edinacommunityfoundation.org or by mailing a check made
    payable to the Edina Community Foundation at 5280 Grandview Square, Edina MN 55436. Donors may also give using the Foundation’s Venmo account @EdinaCommunityFoundation-Edina. Please specify “Coronavirus Relief” in your note or memo line so the funds can be channeled appropriately.

    For more information about the Meal Fund, contact Kathy Rendleman at 952-848-4222. For more information about the Edina Community Foundation, contact Crockett at 952-833-9573 at edfoundation@EdinaMN.gov.

    Edina Community Foundation Committee

    Neighborhood leaders in housing, senior advocacy, disability resources, education, faith and the Chamber of Commerce have agreed to serve on the committee that will oversee the distribution of grants. Its members include co-chairs Jon Barnett and Caroline Correia, Maggie McCracken, Hope Melton, Stephanie Zahrbock, Stephanie Pierce, Arnie Bigbee, Shelly Loberg, Rebecca Sorensen, Lori Syverson and Eli Groenendyk.

    Edina Meal Fund Response Fund Team

    The collaborative group focused on food access for students and families includes school district representation, Edina Meal Fund, Edina Education Fund, Edina Give and Go, Parent Teacher Organization and community member representation. Its members are Carynn Roehrick, Amy Pampusch Olson, Caroline Correia, Karen Gabler, Regina Neville, Kathy Rendleman, Cathy Cella, Maggie McCracken, Sarina Khariwala, Eleni Glerum, Chris Rofidal, Erica Allenburg and Julie Greene.

  • Challenge the Stigma

    10 days ago

    As the spread of COVID-19 continues, it is important to stay aware of updates from reliable and accurate resources such as Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Minnesota Department of Health.

    Sharing facts and accurate about COVID-19 helps challenge rumors and stereotypes that have been negatively associated with racial and cultural groups or people wearing facemasks. There have been incidents of discrimination, bias, and hate reported due to COVID-19 throughout the globe.

    - If you believe you are a victim of hate crime of a hate crime because of fear around COVID-19, please contact the Edina Police Department

    - If you feel you have experienced discrimination within the City’s services, facilities, or institution, contact the City’s Race and Equity Coordinator, Heidi Lee or call 952-826-1622. You can also contact the Minnesota Department of Human Rights.

    As the spread of COVID-19 continues, it is important to stay aware of updates from reliable and accurate resources such as Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Minnesota Department of Health.

    Sharing facts and accurate about COVID-19 helps challenge rumors and stereotypes that have been negatively associated with racial and cultural groups or people wearing facemasks. There have been incidents of discrimination, bias, and hate reported due to COVID-19 throughout the globe.

    - If you believe you are a victim of hate crime of a hate crime because of fear around COVID-19, please contact the Edina Police Department

    - If you feel you have experienced discrimination within the City’s services, facilities, or institution, contact the City’s Race and Equity Coordinator, Heidi Lee or call 952-826-1622. You can also contact the Minnesota Department of Human Rights.

  • Drop Off Sites for Needed Items

    11 days ago

    Hennepin County has created drop-off locations for items needed to protect people responding to the COVID-19 crisis.

    Staff working in quarantine operations, as first responders, in public health, and in clinics and hospitals are running low on supplies that keep them safe and help them continue their work protecting our community.

    Priority items needed include:
    * Protective face wear – N95 or N100 respirators, PAPRs and surgical masks
    * Nitrile gloves
    * Tyvek coveralls
    * Tyvek foot covers
    * Eye protection (wrap arounds or chemical splash)

    Drop off sites starting Monday, March 23:

    Hours: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily

    Southdale Library
    7001 York Ave. South
    Edina, MN 55435

    Hennepin County
    Department of Community Corrections and Rehabilitation
    3000 North Second Street
    Minneapolis, MN 55441

    Adult Correctional Facility
    1145 Shenandoah Lane North,
    Plymouth, MN 55447

    For donation questions contact: Michael Tupy, 763-614-0503, Michael.Tupy@hennepin.us

    For more information or questions about Hennepin County COVID-19 resources, visit its website.

    Hennepin County has created drop-off locations for items needed to protect people responding to the COVID-19 crisis.

    Staff working in quarantine operations, as first responders, in public health, and in clinics and hospitals are running low on supplies that keep them safe and help them continue their work protecting our community.

    Priority items needed include:
    * Protective face wear – N95 or N100 respirators, PAPRs and surgical masks
    * Nitrile gloves
    * Tyvek coveralls
    * Tyvek foot covers
    * Eye protection (wrap arounds or chemical splash)

    Drop off sites starting Monday, March 23:

    Hours: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily

    Southdale Library
    7001 York Ave. South
    Edina, MN 55435

    Hennepin County
    Department of Community Corrections and Rehabilitation
    3000 North Second Street
    Minneapolis, MN 55441

    Adult Correctional Facility
    1145 Shenandoah Lane North,
    Plymouth, MN 55447

    For donation questions contact: Michael Tupy, 763-614-0503, Michael.Tupy@hennepin.us

    For more information or questions about Hennepin County COVID-19 resources, visit its website.