50th & France, Edina’s downtown, has a long history as a successful retail area. Current-day 50th & France is home to a variety of business, shops and restaurants. It is also the center of several annual events, including the Edina Art Fair, Open Streets on 50th, Pumpkin Fest and more. The City of Edina owns and maintains the parking ramps in the district and maintains the sidewalks. One of Edina Liquor’s three locations is also located at 50th & France.
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50th & France
2017 Capital Improvements
The City of Edina has a biennial process to identify long-term capital improvement priorities that we call the Capital Improvement Plan, or CIP. Capital improvement projects include large, one-time investments like vehicles, buildings, parks and streets. Capital improvements do not include ongoing expenses like new staff positions or services. Edina's last CIP was completed in the fall of 2014 and covered the construction period from 2015-2019. A summary of that plan can be found here (the full version is available here). During summer and fall of 2016, the City will work on the next CIP for the 2017-2021 construction period. We want to know what you think should be included in the 2017-2021 CIP. Speak Up, Edina!
The City of Edina currently provides single-hauler recycling pick-up for residents. Residents are provided with a rolling cart to store recyclables, and recycling is picked up every other week. If needed, residents may request a second cart at no additional charge. Residents are charged $6 per quarter for recycling services, payable with their quarterly utility bills from the City.