Resident Input Requested

The Federal Communications Commission, the federal agency that regulates communication including radio, television, wire, satellite, and cable, is requesting input from residents about their broadband access.  This new tool allows the public to input their address and find out who serves their area and report inaccurate information in the current maps.

To ensure that the maps are constantly improving, the system allows consumers and others to challenge inaccuracies and provide feedback. Individuals who see that the information on the maps does not match up with what they know from their lived experience will be able to submit challenges, or request corrections, directly through the map interface.

Federal broadband grants will be distributed based on the new map. Please provide your input to help improve broadband access in Medina.

Medina’s 2021 Annual Report

2021 Annual Report Cover Page

Medina’s 2021 Annual Report provides an overview of the City’s activities, accomplishments, and fiscal responsibility for 2020. The report outlines activity for each of the city departments including administration, planning, public works, police, and fire as well as statistics and charts demonstrating trend history.

We invite you to review Medina’s 2021 Annual Report to learn more about your community. This report also includes a snapshot of the important events and projects completed in 2020, a preview of 2021 goals, and sections recognizing our contributors, service providers, elected officials, appointed representatives and staff.

View Medina’s Annual Reports from previous years at:  https://medinamn.us/citygov/history-vision/ 

 

Opportunities to Help the People of Ukraine

On February 24, 2022, the Russian military began their invasion of Ukraine.  An ensuing humanitarian crisis has followed with millions of refugees being forced from their homes, below are ways Medina Residents can support the people of Ukraine.

International Red Cross:  https://www.icrc.org/en/donate/ukraine

UNICEF: https://www.unicefusa.org/stories/unicef-children-crossfire-ukraine-crisis/