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Submit your comments on a Draft Police Portable Audio/Video Recorder (Body-Worn Camera) Policy – The City of Eagan is seeking public feedback regarding its draft Portable Audio/Video Recorder Policy, which will govern the Police Department’s use of body-worn cameras. The Eagan City Council will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. at Eagan City Hall, 3830 Pilot Knob Road, Eagan. Members of the public are welcome to attend the public hearing to provide feedback on the policy and the City’s intent to purchase body-worn camera equipment. Community members can also provide feedback to the...... More


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2019 Scams Show 44 Victims with $811,735 Total Loss – Last September, we shared all the scams that had taken place up to that point in the year. At that time, there were 26 victims for a total loss of $470,313. Since our post, we have seen an additional 18 victims lose $341,422. One man wired $285,000 to China after he believed his boss was requesting the funds be transferred through an email scam. Below is a break down on the types of scams, dollars lost, and payment methods. It also shows that scams affect...... More



2018 Performance Indicators –  The Council on Local Results and Innovation, in concert with the Minnesota Legislature and the Office of the State Auditor has created a series of local performance indicators that residents can use to monitor city performance. The Eagan City Council has embraced indicators in the areas of police, fire, streets, water, sanitary sewer, parks and recreation, and overall performance, and every year adopts a resolution regarding the performance indicators to be measured and posted for the public by the end of the year. So how are we doing? Below are some of the results of the survey reflecting the most recent specific performance indicators established in the voluntary statewide program: Save Save Save Save Save  ... More



Eagan Adopts 2020 Budget – City adopts budget focused on community priorities: public safety, local economy and natural environment  Eagan is continually rated as one of the best communities to live in nationwide. The City invests in the community’s priorities such as public safety, the natural environment, and the local economy. The City is committed to maintaining award-winning service levels.   On Tuesday, December 3 the City Council adopted the 2020 budget, and it will again reflect community priorities and standards. Specifically, efforts to not only maintain, but increase levels of...... More


Public Invited to Diffley Road Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Open Houses – Open houses scheduled for Dec. 11 and Dec. 16 at Eagan Community Center The public is invited to learn more about Diffley Road (County Road 30) pedestrian and bicycle safety at the following open houses: 5:30–8 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 11 4–6:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 16 Both open houses will be held in the Eagan Community Center Oak Room, 1501 Central Parkway. The same information will be available at both open houses, so residents can attend at their most convenient date and time. The purpose of...... More





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