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Watch Eden Prairie's 4th of July Hometown Celebration video and fireworks show on the City website, Facebook page or EPTV.
07/03/2020 1:00 p.m.
In June, residents of all ages participated in the City’s first-ever 4th of July Hometown Celebration #ChalkYourWalk contest. Thanks to everyone who participated and painted the town with chalk! From a group of 24 finalists, online voters helped choose six winning entries. Congrats to the winners!
Jeopardy’s 2020 College Champion Nibir Sarma discusses growing up in Eden Prairie, competing in Quiz Bowl, the process of landing on a spot on Jeopardy and what he’s doing with his winnings.
Over the weekend, Police responded to three residential burglaries and four thefts from motor vehicles. To avoid becoming a victim: lock your vehicle, lock the doors to your home and be sure your overhead garage door is closed – report any suspicious activity by calling 911 immediately.
Eden Prairie residents can vote early for the 2020 State Primary Election now through Aug. 10.
Eden Prairie's summer entertainment series kicks off Tuesday, July 7.
City Council appoints students to serve on City commissions for 2020-2021 school year.
City Manager Rick Getschow's Friday Report — City Named Top 150 Workplace, #ChalkYourWalk Contest, Early Voting Begins Today, Student Commission Members Appointed, Discounted EAB Treatments, Summer Entertainment Begins July 7, New July-August Parks and Recreation Programs, Staff News, Holiday Hours
City of Eden Prairie once again recognized as one of the best places to work in Minnesota.
Citywide group discount available to treat healthy ash trees for EAB.
Online registration begins Wednesday, June 24 at 7 a.m. – you can also register in-person at the Community Center.
Former Eden Prairie City Attorney Ric Rosow touches on some of his fondest memories working alongside the City Council and staff, and details how his career path shifted from wanting to join the seminary to practicing law.