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First Reformed Church SOUP SUPPER

Wednesday, October 4, from 5-7pm. Serving BBQs, a variety of soups, and delicious desserts! Pig-in-the-blankets will be available for purchase. Proceeds of your free will donations will go to mission trips.


Qualified applicants may be eligible for grants and/or low-interest loans to make needed repairs to their property.  If you're a homeowner, click on this How the Home Repair Program Works link to learn more about the application process.  If you're a business owner, click on this Commercial Property Rehab link to learn more about what it takes to qualify. Application deadline is December 16.


Edgerton City Council meetings are now available on our YouTube channel.  Log on to YouTube and search for City of Edgerton Minnesota. Or you can click here.

Edgerton Community Food Shelf

Edgerton's Community Food Shelf is open on the 3rd Saturday of each month from 9am-noon.  The FoodShelf is located at First Reformed Church, 230 Maple Street West.  There are no qualification processes, so anyone in need is welcome to participate. Please help spread the word.

Farmer's Market

Be sure to head down Main Street Edgerton to check out the local produce and baked goods available on Wednesday evenings.  The vendors will be set up on the sidewalk near the Post Office across Main Street from First State Bank.  If you'd like to be a vendor at the Market, please stop by City Hall for a permit.

Spraying for Mosquitos this summer

Our least favorite flying creatures are back. Please be advised that the Public Works department will be spraying for mosquitos on Tuesday or Wednesday evenings after 8pm this summer.

Edgerton receives Extra Mile Award

Doug Brands and Jeff Snyder, our Public Works Supervisors, accepted the award presented by the MN Rural Water Association at their annual training conferences in March.  The award is presented to only one entity in Minnesota each year "for efforts above and beyond for water & wastewater systems".  Way to go, Doug and Jeff - you make a city proud!