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March 6, 2020 Friday Report

Post Date:03/06/2020

Southwest LRT UpdatesCity of Eden Prairie logo

Pier construction will be taking place near Purgatory Creek Park. The innermost lanes both north and south on Prairie Center Drive between Technology Drive and Singletree Lane are closed until mid-April.

Starting this month, drivers on Flying Cloud Drive between Eden Road and Valley View Road will experience four phases of different traffic impacts – specifically lane reductions and closures – as crews build LRT infrastructure along the northwest side of the roadway. Learn more at You can also sign up for weekly project updates from the Metropolitan Council and follow the project on Twitter @SouthwestLRT. For urgent Southwest LRT construction-related issues, call the 24-hour hotline at 612-373-3933.

Coronavirus Response and Resources

While no confirmed cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) have been reported in Minnesota, Eden Prairie's Emergency Management Team is working closely with public safety officials in neighboring cities and schools, along with our EMS, county and state partners to be fully prepared to protect our community. The City is proactively working to minimize public health risk. Get tips for prevention and resources at

2020 Home, Landscape and Garden Show

Stop by the City of Eden Prairie's Water Resources booth while you're enjoying the Eden Prairie Chamber of Commerce Everything Spring Expo to learn more about what the City is doing to manage stormwater and improve our water resources. The expo runs Saturday, March 21 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Grace Church. The expo features more than 100 exhibitors, activities for the kids, free seminars and door prizes. Admission is free.

Arbor Day Tree Sale for Residents

The City is partnering with Tree Trust to offer large shade trees for sale to residents. Trees purchased through this program range in size from 4–8 feet tall, depending on the species, and must be planted on private property. Tree orders must be picked up at the City's Arbor Day Walk and Green Fair event Saturday, May 2, at Round Lake Park. Learn more about the program and order trees.

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