Archives for March 2018

Board of Appeal and Equalization Meeting

Board of Appeal and Equalization Meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 4, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. at Medina City Hall. Property owners desiring to appeal your 2018 valuation or classification to the Medina Local Board of Appeals and Equalization must follow the three steps outlined below:

  • Step 1: Contact the City Assessor at (763) 473-3978. Contacting the City Assessor will allow you the opportunity to work out a valuation or classification change prior to the Local Board meeting. It will also allow the City Assessor time to bring any information or analysis on your property to the Local Board meeting.
  • Step 2: Complete the 2018 City Application prior to the Local Board meeting. If you have trouble accessing the PDF application, contact Jodi Gallup at or call (763) 473-8850.
  • Step 3: Submit supporting evidence for a valuation or classification change. Supporting evidence may include comparable properties in your neighborhood or an appraisal.

More Information regarding appealing your valuation or classification can be found in this handout: Board of Appeal and Equalization – 2018 Article

Spring Clean-up Day: 600 Clydesdale Trail

cleanup400x250The City’s annual Spring Clean-up Day will be held on Saturday, April 28, 2018 from 8:00 AM until 12:00 PM (rain or shine). The event will take place at the Public Works/Police Facility at 600 Clydesdale Trail. Event details, pricing, and a list of accepted/non-accepted items can be found on the attached Medina Spring Clean-up Day brochure.

Medina Police, along with Hennepin County Sheriff’s office, will conduct a prescription drug take back program at this years’ Spring Clean-up Day. Proper disposal of prescription drugs helps reduce crime, addresses the opioid epidemic and reduces the environmental effects on our water supply. Please bring in your unused and expired      prescription drugs for free disposal. No needles, sharps or syringes will be accepted. If you have questions, please contact the Medina Police Department at 763-473-9209.

Hennepin County offers medicine disposal drop box sites all year round. For program  locations, hours, rules and additional options, visit:

Residents that are interested in planting milkweed in their yards to help the Monarch butterflies can pick up a bag of seeds, free of charge, while supplies last, at our annual Spring Clean-up Day on Saturday, April 28th from 8 a.m. to Noon at 600 Clydesdale Trail. More information on milkweed and the Monarch butterflies can be found here: