The City of Edina provides police, fire and EMS services. According to the 2015 Quality of Life Survey, 21 percent of residents surveyed have contacted the Police Department in the last year. In addition, 98 percent of those surveyed rate fire and EMS services as “excellent” or “good.” Police services received an “excellent” or “good” rating from 90 percent and 87 percent gave those marks for crime prevention. About 4 percent of those surveyed said “safety” is the biggest issue facing Edina.
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Winter Parking & Snow Plowing
The City of Edina restricts on-street parking from Nov. 1 to March 31. During that time, vehicles are not allowed to park on a City street, highway or alley under the following conditions: when 1.5 inches of show has fallen, until it has been plowed to the curbline; for six hours after the snowfall stops, unless traffic signs specifically allow you to do so or if you are engaged in certain job-related activities as described in the City Code; and from 1 to 6 a.m. regardless of wintery conditions.
Cars parked on streets make snow removal difficult and prevent a street from being thoroughly plowed. Not only can vehicles be buried or plowed in, causing visibility and safety issues, the driver could also be subject to a ticket and/or tow.