Edina, MN PLUS

Open Issues: 11 Closed Issues: 598 Acknowledged Issues: 77
  • RecyclingAcknowledged
    6721 Galway Dr Minneapolis, MN, 55439, USA - Edina

    This isn't a problem, but I do have a question. We were wondering if we can arrange for off week recycling pickup for an extra fee. We missed our last week and have been cleaning out our house so have a lot of recyclables.

    Thanks!

  • OtherAcknowledged
    6316 Waterman Ave Edina 55343, United States - Edina

    Hello - I own 512 John Street and I have been looking at a “construction zone” for over a year at what I believe is 6316 Waterman. I know this lot has been for sale based on illegal permitting activities by the owners but I’m getting really tired of staring at orange and black fencing on my property line. Is there anyway you could remove at least the orange fencing?

    Thanks,
    Dan Kelly
    952-221-9534

  • OtherOpen
    302 Van Buren Ave S Hopkins, MN 55343, USA - Edina
    a large amount of discarded furniture has been on the curb for over 2 weeks. screen on door has been torn for 9 months. this house continues to make the neighborhood look poor. address is 301 Van Buren Avenue South
  • 6620 Field Way Minneapolis, MN, 55436, USA - Edina
    The water in my house is brown.
    I’ve tried troubleshooting and running the cold water for over 20 minutes.
    Is this a problem happening throughout Edina right now?
  • 5005 Oakbend Ln Minneapolis, MN, 55436, USA - Edina
    There is a public walking path at the end of oak bend lane that connects to the adjacent street,the gray gravel rocks have been getting a little thin thru the years and perhaps it could be made a little wider in a few spots?
  • OtherOpen
    6809 Indian Hills Rd Edina 55439, United States - Edina
    In the Beginning of the winter the plow driver dumped a ton of salt on our lawn. I tried raking it off but it obviously didn’t help. He also hit our mailbox three times the city came out and fix the mailbox for us, thank you. Our neighbors lawn was also affected. I’m worried that the salt has seeped into the soil so just putting grass seed down won’t work. I will send you the picture of the salt on the lawn separately because I couldn’t figure out how to send two photos in one report.
    Thank you
    Joyce Fossey
  • 4300 W 42nd St Minneapolis, MN, 55416, USA - Edina
    In the ponding area behind 4300 W 42nd St there are two plastic lawn chairs and piles of cement and piles of branches other than those fallen off the pond trees.
    My family pulled the chairs and are putting them in our trash pick up.
  • Green Farms Rd & Larada Ln Minneapolis, MN, 55436, USA - Edina
    Tall vehicles will start rubbing against this tree if they meet another car along this stretch of road.
  • 6015 Walnut Dr Minneapolis, MN, 55436, USA - Edina
    There is a lot of downed tree limbs along this area before and after Walnut Drive. There is also a wooden fence laying there. A utility company came last fall and trimmed trees. They took some of the limbs but left some and there were already old limbs laying there. Can that be cleaned up? As a neighbor, I would be willing to move everything into a large pile IF the City would send someone to load it up and take it away.
  • 7715 Tanglewood Ct Minneapolis, MN 55439, USA - Edina
    North sidewalk on w 78th st west of Gleason. photo from last summer. This area is neglected and becomes un walkable by mid summer. several scrub trees and bushes as well. Would like to see this stretch cleared and covered with woodchips.
  • 7715 Tanglewood Ct Minneapolis, MN 55439, USA - Edina
    North sidewalk on w 78th st west of Gleason. photo from last summer. This area is neglected and becomes un walkable by mid summer. several scrub trees and bushes as well. Would like to see this stretch cleared and covered with woodchips.
  • 5205-5217 Interlachen Blvd Minneapolis, MN, 55436, USA - Edina
    At the east side of the Hankerson Ave and Interlachen Blvd--at the stop sign on Hankerson Ave--there is a pine tree growing that blocks the view to the east. Its also right next to a fire hydrant. Can it be removed?