Town Talks

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Residents are encouraged to learn and participate in discussions about important topics included in the City of Edina’s 2020-2021 Budget Work Plan at upcoming “Town Talks.”

The City has four primary budget goals:

  • Strong Foundation – Maintain physical assets and infrastructure
  • Reliable Service – Maintain service levels that best meet the needs of the community
  • Livable City – Plan for connected and sustainable development
  • Better Together – Foster an inclusive and engaged community

Town Talks are scheduled for 7 to 8 p.m. Staff will start each Town Talk with a formal presentation. An open forum will follow to allow residents and staff the opportunity to discuss the topic of the night together and ask questions.

Residents are encouraged to learn and participate in discussions about important topics included in the City of Edina’s 2020-2021 Budget Work Plan at upcoming “Town Talks.”

The City has four primary budget goals:

  • Strong Foundation – Maintain physical assets and infrastructure
  • Reliable Service – Maintain service levels that best meet the needs of the community
  • Livable City – Plan for connected and sustainable development
  • Better Together – Foster an inclusive and engaged community

Town Talks are scheduled for 7 to 8 p.m. Staff will start each Town Talk with a formal presentation. An open forum will follow to allow residents and staff the opportunity to discuss the topic of the night together and ask questions.

Discussions: All (6) Open (6)
  • Changing Demographics

    about 2 months ago
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    The July 26 Town Talks discussion focused on Changing Demographics.

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  • Sustainability, Climate Action Plan

    4 months ago
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    The May 19 Town Talks discussion focused on sustainability and the Climate Action Plan. 

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  • Organics Recycling

    7 months ago
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    The March 3 Town Talks discussion focused on organics recycling. 

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  • Public Safety

    about 1 year ago
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    Tonights handouts:

    Public Safety Presentation Body Cameras Handout Body Cameras FAQ's
    Fire FAQ's Fire Handout


    The Feb. 18 Town Talks discussion focused on trends in public safety, staying up-to-date with equipment and how safety remains a top priority in Edina.

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  • Affordable Housing

    about 1 year ago
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    The July 15 Town Talks discussion focused on the need for additional affordable housing across all spectrums, including for people who work in Edina, but are priced out from living here to the desire of residents to age in community. Affordable Housing Manager Stephanie Hawkinson also gave an update on new developments and programs and the work of the Housing Task Force.

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  • Transportation & Traffic

    about 1 year ago
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    This event was held on September, 16 and featured Transportation Planner, Andrew Scipioni. Andrew will continue the conversation here! 

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