Skip to page body Home Home City Government Community Doing Business Amenities I Want To...

In Eden Prairie, government business doesn’t happen behind closed doors, and we strive to use the latest in technology to make government records available to the public.

We are proud of how we put your tax dollars to work, and we want you to know about it.

We also keep the public informed of meetings where important decisions are made and make records of past meetings available. Below are public records that are currently available. This list will continue to grow as we are able to add new technology and functionality.

Meeting Notices
Public meetings are posted through an online Events Calendar, which allows users to sign up for CITY NEWS email notices and/or subscribe to RSS feeds. Subscribers receive notifications of schedule changes, when meeting agendas become available and, in the case of City Council and Planning Commission meetings, when the meeting video is available on-demand. Meetings can also be added directly to personal calendars.

Broadcasting Meetings
While the public is always welcome to attend any City meeting, we understand not everyone can always attend. So City Council and Planning Commission meetings are televised live on EPTV cable channel 16, streamed live on CITY TV and are available on-demand within 24 hours of each meeting.

Meeting Records
City Council meeting minutes
are searchable by date and keyword on the website via CITY DOCS. In addition, meeting minutes for each City Commission are available using this tool.

City Commissions
There is a page for each Eden Prairie commission on the website which lists the names of commission members who are appointed by the City Council. Also included are commission charter statements and information about what the commissions are working on.

Budget Information
Current budget documents are available on the City Budget page of the website, and historical budget information will soon be searchable by date and keyword via CITY DOCS.

In addition, Minnesota state law — Chapter 156 of the Session Laws of 2005 — requires that "a city or county with a population of more than 15,000 must annually notify its residents of the positions and base salaries of its three highest-paid employees."

The City of Eden Prairie provides this information here on the Transparency page of the City website, which is available 365 days a year.

*For the City of Eden Prairie, titles, names and salaries of the three highest-paid employees are:
City Manager Rick Getschow  $148,886 
Public Works Director Robert Ellis — $131,102
Police Chief Rob Reynolds — $128,024

*Updated June 17, 2013

Last updated: 3/5/2014 1:01:48 PM