Showing its commitment to “living streets,” the City of Edina has made substantial improvements to its transportation network in recent years, making the streets better for all users – motorists, bicyclists and pedestrians. The City has also worked to educate the public about laws related to use of the streets.
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City of Edina is making it easier for the public to communicate feedback and receive information. City of Edina is a way for you to find out about ongoing Projects, join in on topical Discussions, create/share/vote on citizen-generated Ideas, and connect with others that share your interests. You can also learn about public Meetings and take Surveys that will help us, as a community, shape the future of how we work. The more public input we receive the better City of Edina can become.
Street User Public Education
Centennial Lakes Park Farmers Market
In June, the Centennial Lakes Park Farmers Market will kick-off its seventh season. The weekly market allows consumers to purchase directly from farmers, growers and producers, ensuring a high level of freshness and quality. Approximately three dozen vendors set up along the walkways outside Hughes Pavilion and sell items such as fruits, vegetables, meats, jams, honey, cheeses, breads, confections and more. The Market is held 3-7 p.m. Thursday June 16 to Sept. 29, 2016.